Longing for the weekend: Produce to Platter

Last month, I was really lucky to be able to offer copies of Produce to Platter, by Jonette George and Daniele Wilton (Smudge Publishing) to two lucky readers of TBYL News: All Things Bookish…

It’s a stunning book, featuring the most choice treats to be found on the Victorian Mornington Peninsula:

Friends, families, vignerons and producers welcome you to the Mornington Peninsula.

You will find a treasure trove of gourmet delights and indulgent wines as you travel the back lanes and the country biways throughout this region.

Local chefs share their favourite recipes and open their doors for a peek. Vignerons welcome you to taste their lovingly prepared wines, distinctive of the terroir of their soil and this region…

Produce to Platter is quite the ‘triple threat’. It’s a practical guide exposing incredible hidden treasures, it’s a recipe book sharing favourites from an amazing range of regional cooking luminaries and thirdly, it’s a beautiful collection of photography.

Images are from Charlie Brown and a range of talented local photographers, the collation offers an true sense of the region’s landscape, produce and people.

My copy is a coffee table book, and it’s always being picked up and flicked through. It distracts me from my work and makes me long for lazy weekends spent shopping, eating and drinking in regional Victoria. You can also pick up a copy in softcover, perfect to take with you as you explore the Peninsula, it’ll help you not to miss a thing.

You can find out more about this gorgeous book at the Smudge Publishing website.

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