Partnership puts spotlight on Mandurah food


Peel Development Commission chairman Paul Fitzpatrick, Nadine Heinen from MAPTO and Bernie Worthington from Drakesbrook Wines.
Peel Development Commission chairman Paul Fitzpatrick, Nadine Heinen from MAPTO and Bernie Worthington from Drakesbrook Wines.

MANDURAH and Peel Tourism Organisation (MAPTO) has partnered with Channel 7’s Mark Gibson and Manuka Woodfire Kitchen chef Kenny McHardy in the WA Celebrity Signature Dish competition.

Presented by the Department of Agriculture and Food’s Buy West Eat Best program, the competition is part of WA Day celebrations.

Four personalities will compete in a 60-minute cook-off.

Gibson will represent the Peel region as one of the state’s four major food producing regions.

He will prepare and cook a dish that represents the flavours of our state on a plate using the best of WA produce.

Visit www.buyweseatbest.org.au or www.waday.com.

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