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Cured Port Phillip Bay Snapper, Pickled Rhubarb and Avocado

Cured Port Phillip Bay Snapper, Pickled Rhubarb and Avocado

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 24/02/2016

This recipe from the team at Port Phillip Estate offers delicate flavours that enhance the local fish, and with local avocadoes that ripen slower and have richer creamier texture it is even better!


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Heirloom Tomato and Puffed Grain Salad

Heirloom Tomato and Puffed Grain Salad

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 16/02/2016

Pick up some local tomatoes in all sorts of colours from Peninsula Fresh Organics in Baxter to make this pretty and delicious salad. If you are really organised you can buy your own plants from Heronswood in Dromana and pick them fresh off the bush. Best enjoyed on a summers day with a spectacular view and a glass of wine. 

Use this recipe to recreate your own Wine Food Farmgate menu, then share all of your delicious creations with #winefoodfarmgate

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Thai Style Caramelized Pork Belly

Thai Style Caramelized Pork Belly

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 6/02/2016

A succulent and sticky recipe from the winemakers at Phaedrus Estate - how pork belly should be. And goes down a treat with a Pinot! Use this recipe to recreate your own Wine Food Farmgate menu, then share all of your delicious creations with #winefoodfarmgate. We would love to see what you create

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Lemon Verbena Creme Brûlée

Lemon Verbena Creme Brûlée

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 4/02/2016

Green Olive grow lemon verbena at their farm and this delicious dessert makes the most of the fragrant herbs subtle flavour. They also grow olives, grapes, herbs and vegies, raise sheep, chooks and fish and turn amazing produce from local farmers into a range of goodies you’ll love.

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Lamb Meatballs

Lamb Meatballs

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 24/01/2016

A simple meatball recipe from the team at Green Olive at Red Hill that focuses on the flavours of the lamb and fresh herbs that are intensified by roasting.
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