An indulgent feast!

Most weekends Cherry, me and the family escape Melbourne city and head down to our holiday house to relax, unwind and eat way too much! On Sunday nights we usually say “we’re all going on a healthy diet starting tomorrow morning!”

A couple of weekends ago we invited over a few friends for an indulgent feast. This is what we made…

Yummy dukkah & fresh olive oil from Foxeys Hangout Winery in Red Hill

Local Flinders tomatoes with mint leaves hand picked from our garden.
Rainbow ribbon pasta with Mornington Peninsula basil infused olive oil.
Local organic asparagus with preserved artichoke roses.

We’re so lucky that our place is just a short drive from a beautiful town called Red Hill. Mum and I love driving there as we think it’s the best place to shop for groceries and pantry essentials. Our favourite one stop shop is Cellar Pantry. We’re weekend regulars there and let me just say it’s a foodies paradise!This is where we shop – 141 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South – 5989 2411

Cheese glorious cheese!

Cheeses from around the globe

Fresh, daily baked artisan breads

All the cold cuts you could possibly think of!

Organic fruit and veggies. You have got to try the Flinders tomatoes. They are the best tomatoes  you will ever taste!

Beautiful pastas imported from Italy

Owners Jo and Dee have just opening a Mediterranean & Middle eastern cafe in Dromana – Dee’s Kitchen. Defiantly worth checking out!

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1 Response to An indulgent feast!

  1. Try Capellini Pomodoro capellini pasta a thin spaghetti like pasta with fresh roma tomatoes, basil, garlic and fused together with the highest quality extra virgin olive oil.

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