We celebrated my Grandma’s 80th Birthday at Wild Cattle Creek Winery on the weekend.
The area is beautiful and surrounded by many vineyards, trees and gorgeous open spaces. The autumn leaves were stunning and the sun blessed us with it’s rays during the afternoon.
We all enjoyed sharing platters for entree and I chose the salmon as my main meal.
The variety on the patter was wide, with olives, feta, cold meats, herb crusted cheeses, prawns, bread sticks & marinated vegetables.
I filled my plate with prawns, cheese, olives and some of the cold meats.
Each platter came with a side of warm herb bread with garlic butter.
I was glad to see the green beans with my salmon as I am crazy for them at the moment.
We all posed for some family photos before dessert.
Haha this is a fun one with my cousin and Aunt!
Wild Cattle Creek is located in Wandin in Melbourne. It is a quaint, pretty place with the most amazing staff members- they call you Madame or use Sir & are very polite and genuine.
The gardens give that mystical feel and are so pristine and neat. Wild Cattle Creek also makes the perfect wedding venue, the photos would be amazing.
And by that I don’t mean Christmas!
Wraps are a great alternative to bread and are quick and easy to create.
I’d cooked some salmon for dinner so I added a few pieces to some salad greens and wrapped it all up in a light rye wrap.
Be aware of the calorie content of wraps though, they can be quite high in salt too.
Flat breads can be kept fresh in their pack for a few days but freezing them works too & are perfect once defrosted.
There are many varieties available & include gluten free options too.
Slicing them up and baking them in the oven make a more nutritional ‘chip’ too.
Making them another option for dips or nachos!