Some said it couldn't be done, but the Currabubula 100 Mile Dinner didn't just sell out, all 92 tickets flew out the door in under 10 hours.
Organiser Veronica Martin-Filby isn't sure whether it is the special guest, or the special menu that caused the record rush, but has been blown away by the community support the event has received.
The event is being held at the Currabubula Pub on Friday June 14, with Paul West from SBS's River Cottage Australia heading back to the country as special guest.
"There was a few people who doubted that we could do it in Currabubula, but we were blown away by the response," Mrs Martin-Filby said.
"The 100 Mile Dinner idea has really taken off over the last 12 months, and it seems like there are a lot of Paul West fans, as well as a lot of fans of quality local produce and foods."
"Paul grew up in Murrurundi, so he is pretty much a local as well - I think he is more excited to come here than I am to meet him - it's a brilliant show."
The menu is the perfect mix of traditional north west produce, and new age products with buffalo from Kitty Crawford Estate served alongside Piallamore lamb and Arc-en-Ciel trout.
A range of desserts are also being made with fresh eggs from the Currabubula Public School chickens, and fresh dairy products from Peel Valley Milk, while the olive oil is being supplied by principal James Steel from his Duri grove.
"The night is going to be all about sustainable agriculture, and also about community," Mrs Martin-Filby said.
"How neighbours and locals can band together and utilise their skills for the good of the community."
Organisers have also worked hard to keep the ticket price to an incredibly reasonable $35.
"It is always about trying to support local producers, but at the moment farmers and people in towns are all suffering because of the drought.
"We tried to keep it affordable so people suffering could afford to come and have a great night while supporting the local community."
The local primary school are also getting involved by hosting their own 100 mile lunch for about 100 students from local small schools.
"We are going to be cooking butterflied lamb over hot coals at the school, and also have some special guests from Landcare and the Aboriginal Local Land Service, as well as yoga instructors and a few others," Mrs Martin-Filby said.
"It is going to be a massive day in Currabubula."