Chefs of the Margaret River Region
Margaret River – a place that immediately conjures a vision of world-class wine, beautiful surroundings and an almost endless supply of quality dining rooms. Featuring the profiles and a recipe from each of nineteen acclaimed chefs from the region, the book not only takes you on a culinary journey but shares with you the natural beauty of the region.
About the Book
Most chefs featured in this publication have been the head of their kitchens for quite some time now, and have learned how to bring together the best of local produce, presenting us with food that perfectly enhances the award-winning wines of their own venue or those of neighbouring estates.
Through the beautiful photography of renowned local photo-journalist Sue-Lyn Aldrian-Moyle, the breathtaking sights and localities of the region and its culinary excellence have been captured in all their beauty. As you will discover, Sue-Lyn’s passion for photography is much like the recipes shared with you by our chefs; fresh, alive, vibrant and forever memorable.
This book shares what is special about these chefs and this region.
Listen to Tony Howell, Executive Chef at Cape Lodge which once again made the Conde Nast Traveller Gold List 2012 - Best Food.
Reviews and Press
Read the latest review by CJ, aka Perth Munchkin : http://perthmunchkin.com/2012/09/20/margaret-river-press-chefs-of-the-margaret-river-region/
The Food Pornographer gives the Chefs book a raving review and encourages the publication of a second edition. View her review : The Food Pornographer
Lisa Hill from the ANZ LitLovers LitBlog says, ” I expected the book to feature gorgeous photos of scrumptious dishes and spectacular scenery, and it didn’t disappoint. Browsing through the pages made me want to pack my suitcase and take the next flight over so I could sample the restaurants in person!” Read her full review at ANZ LitLovers Lit Blog
Alison Middleton featured the book in the April edition of Superliving.
SlyonBooks reviews Chefs book, view it at Slyonbooks
Vicki Sly reviews the book on page 113 in the inaugural edition of the magazine Destinations.
Scoop, Autumn Edition page 192 , ” this glossy title celebrates the food and chefs in Margaret River”, http://scoop.realviewtechnologies.com/
Robert Broadfield, The West Australian, December 22, 2011, “Anything that assist getting tourists back to Margaret River has to be a good thing and this glossy beautifully photographed book is also a brillant advertisement for the region.”
WA’s peak writing body, writing WA review says, “If you can’t actually be in Margaret River, having a copy of this book in your home is probably the next best thing.” The West Australian, 31/1/2012