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Date: 07-04-2020

Flavoursome Food + Wine + Family = True Happiness

Creating a memorable Easter Sunday Lunch to enjoy is as special as ever this year.
We've collaborated with 'Young Chef of the Year' finalist John Laureti
and boutique 'Saddler's Creek Wines' Head Winemaker Brett Woodward to bring you 
some exceptional Easter menu ideas to add joy and flavour to your perfectly styled table.

Traditional Recipes with a twist by John Laureti


Recognised by the Australian Good Food Guide as a Top 5 Finalist for the Josephine Pignolet Young Chef of the Year, 2019. John Laureti’s impressive resume has seen him cook in some of Australia’s most prestigious fine dining restaurants; Aria, Bridge Room, RockPool and now Pt Leo Estate, where he has risen to Sous Chef under the guidance of @masterchefau guest Chef Phil Wood.
John produces flavoursome traditional recipes with a twist, perfect for a special Sunday lunch or dinner.


Your Chef Rendered Menu with

Premium Complimenting Wines to Match


Slow Cooked Roast Beef in Salt Brine


Download the Recipe here


Whole Roasted Cauliflower


Cauliflower is not a hugely rich vegetable however when roasted it matches lovely with wines such as Saddler's Creek Alessandro Reserve Chardonnay or Saddler’s Pinot Noir which both display vibrant fruit characteristics but also a delicate weight. The acidity of these youthful wines will also help cut through the spice. Should you be a little heavy handed on the curry powder, or prefer your dishes with more “get up and go” I would suggest you swap to either the Saddler’s Verdelho or Wild White. The slightly sweeter wines are much better placed should you be a spice fiend.

Download the Recipe here


Whole Snapper with an Asian Twist


Download the Recipe here


The Side Dishes...


Recipes that compliment any of the flavoursome mains. 

Click here to Download



Easter Table Styling Tips

Styling just got simple ... creative ideas using the best of what you have at hand
means you can curate a memorable scene without leaving the house 
(or blowing the budget) 

Empty your cupboards and create an eclectic look this Easter!


1. Start with a freshly ironed table cloth (or natural linen if rustic is more your vibe)

2. Mix and match your favourite bowls and plates 

3. Opt for reusable fabric napkins to add texture, colour and a sense of occasion

4. Pull out your special cutlery 

5. Add wine glasses that double as water glasses 

6. Old bottles used for chilled water (or something naughtier) add charm
7. Add greenery using simple clippings from your garden (or your neighbours - sshhhhhhh)
which can be displayed in some old decorative pots or utensil holders.
A pair of these placed about 60cm in from each end is ideal. 

Alternatively you could make an impressive greenery 
centerpiece using various blooms and heights.


8. Add ambience with tea lights in old glasses or coffee cups 

9. Add your own personal touch to your family Easter table - cute bunny dishes, 
a smattering of mini easter eggs, or Great Aunt Betty's crystal candelabra
10. Now just add good food, wine, love and laughter for a truly memorable day!




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