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Portsea Fig Frangipane Tart

Portsea Fig Frangipane Tart

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 12/01/2016

Stringers Stores, Sorrento is an institution and a true favourite of locals and visitors alike, and this tart is bound to become one of your favourites.

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Roasted local vegetables salad with cracked freekeh & Red Hill fresh curd

Roasted local vegetables salad with cracked freekeh & Red Hill fresh curd

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 4/01/2016

Built in 1924, the Merricks General Wine Store has transformed from the traditional concept of a ‘general-store’ to a culinary must for discerning travellers, locals and wine enthusiasts. This recipe uses the best local produce in a way to showcase the flavours.

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Vanilla Panna Cotta with Strawberries

Vanilla Panna Cotta with Strawberries

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 10/12/2015

A delicious and light summer dessert featuring fabulous strawberries from Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm.  For an 'adults only' version, substitute the orange juice for strawberry port or liqueur. Delish!

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Vinocotto Figs with Prosciutto

Vinocotto Figs with Prosciutto

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 12/11/2015

Figs ripened in the late summer sun never tasted so good with this home made Vinnocotto from the talented team at Foxeys Hangout Winery. Figs ripen gradually on the tree so they are around for a while, but at their most delicious when picked ripe and warm from the tree. Sweet succulent figs ripened in the sun and local grapes make this simple dish from the team at Foxeys Hangout Winery all the more delectable. And if you grab some Proscuitto from Wollumbi Farm it's all the more delicious. Use this recipe to create your own Wine Food Farmgate menu, then share all of your delicious creations with #winefoodfarmgate. We would love to see what you make!


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Crispy skinned Port Phillip Bay Snapper

Crispy skinned Port Phillip Bay Snapper

by Mornington Peninsula Tourism - 10/10/2015

Try this crispy skinned Port Phillip Bay Snapper - served with sesame scented soba noodles floated in Asian broth. 

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

Top Tip - pick up your Port Phillip caught snapper from Peninsula Fresh Seafood in Safety Beach and your vegies from Peninsula Fresh organics in Baxter or Benton Rise Farm in Tyabb.

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