Take a group of local cookbook authors, add food, wine and conversation, and you’ve got Cook the Vineyard!, a panel discussion-meets-lunch event sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard Magazine.

The second annual Cook the Vineyard! will be held Monday, July 20, at Lola’s in Oak Bluffs, starting at noon. Tickets are $65 for a multi-course wine-paired lunch and can be purchased in advance at cookthevineyard.brownpapertickets.com.

The luncheon menu, prepared by the chefs at Lola’s, will feature recipes drawn from the cookbooks of participating authors. The meal will begin with summer corn fritters from Little Bites, by Sarah Waldman and Christine Chitnis, and green bean salad with Dijon vinaigrette from Karen Covey’s cookbook, The Coastal Table.

The main course of salmon with sorrel sauce is from Joan Nathan’s Quiches, Kugels and Couscous: My Search for Jewish Cooking in France. This will be accompanied by roasted cauliflower popcorn with cucumber yogurt sauce from The Family Cooks, by Laurie David and Kirstin Uhrenholdt, and tomato, corn and leek potato gratin from Susie Middleton’s Fresh From the Farm.

Chris Fischer’s new book, The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook, is the source for the dessert course, blueberry cobbler.

A selection of wine to accompany each course has been chosen by Channing Daughters Winery, an artisanal vineyard in Bridgehampton, N.Y., that grows and creates wines from more than two dozen grape varieties.

Television personality Sissy Biggers will lead a lively discussion and question and answer session with the authors. Jan Pogue of Vineyard Stories will be on hand to talk about the mechanics of getting a cookbook published.

A new feature of this year’s event is Cook’s Pantry, sponsored by Leroux at Home, featuring a selection of must-have items for every Vineyard kitchen. The Bunch of Grapes will also be on site to sell cookbooks, signed by the authors.

For information about Cook the Vineyard!, visit vineyardgazette.com/events.