The Bellarine has an amazing producer of goat cheese. Drysdale Cheeses.
Situated in Drysdale, this small farm is loved by many a chef, and you can see why when they can put together dishes like this!
Starting off nice and relaxed with this tempting looking pizza at Mr Grubb.
Pumpkin, Drysdale Cheeses fetta and roasted cashew. If you haven't visited this groovy place yet, make sure to stop into Oakdene Winery where it offers a casual dining option to visitors.
The view is always good at the Vue Grand. This foraged plate includes Drysdale Cheeses smoked shev, beetroot, lemon aspen, native succulents and orange oil sorbet. Sitting down in the Grand Dining Room and looking at this dish is sure to keep a smile on anyone's face.
The very creative chefs at Terindah Estate are often seen using all varieties of the Drysdale cheeses. This pretty dish was shared on Instagram by one of their chefs @willmoyle23. He obviously has an eye for photography as well as creating beauty on a plate.
Heirloom tomato salad with Drysdale Cheeses.
Who wants breakfast?
Sometimes simple is best. Corn fritters, poached eggs, slow roasted tomato, basil pesto and Drysdale Cheeses fettina. A regular foodie snapper @pretty.bygeorgie captured this when visiting the ever popular Elk Horn Roadhouse.
Annies Provedore put together this yogurt panna cotta for a recent Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event held in Barwon Heads. Imagine the oooing and aaahing when this came out.
This dish included Drysdale Cheeses yogurt. Delicious!
And as for the creatures that do all the hard work. Could they be any cuter?
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