Baw Baw’s Finest Produce Features on Good Chef/Bad Chef

Published on 17 January 2019

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Baw Baw Shire will showcase as the ultimate foodie destination on television screens nationwide in an upcoming episode of Channel 10’s Good Chef/Bad Chef.

Due to air from late February, the episode features host Rosie Mansfield creating a selection of dishes using some of our region’s best produce. Dairy, tomatoes and honey were sourced from local businesses including Gippsland Jersey and Flavorite Tomatoes.

Filming took place over two days last in November at the Noojee Trestle Bridge, Vue at Jindivick and the Harvest Fest event held at Lardner Park.

This opportunity has been made available through Council’s Economic Development Strategy in partnership with Hsquared, the Good Chef/Bad Chef team and our local producers and businesses.

Quotes attributable to Mayor Cr Mikaela Power

“We’re thrilled to have had the opportunity to showcase some of Baw Baw’s finest local producers with Rosie Mansfield and the Good Chef/Bad Chef team.”

“We eagerly await the episode to air in homes across Australia shining a light on Baw Baw as an outstanding destination to visit, explore and dine.”

Quotes attributable to Good Chef Bad Chef Executive Producer, Leigh Redlich

“We recently had the pleasure of filming in Victoria’s Baw Baw Shire for our Channel Ten series, Good Chef/Bad Chef. The entire team were blown away by the sheer beauty of the location and rich fresh produce available. Our hosts loved cooking on location and felt very welcomed by the incredibly friendly and supportive local community.”

“Being so close to Melbourne, Baw Baw Shire proved to be quite a surprise and will no doubt feature as a highlight of the series which is set to air from late February 2019.”

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Image: Host Rosie Mansfield and Gippsland Jersey co-founder Steve Ronalds.

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Image: Dishes featuring Baw Baw’s finest local produce including dairy, tomatoes and honey.