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Adelaide Central Market is much more than a meeting place for friends, a place to purchase fresh local produce, and a place to get a bargain on Saturday morning. Adelaide Central Market also offers activities every Friday, always food centred, often focussing on local produce.
This Friday 6th of July at 5pm, four greats of the Australian food and wine community will be at the south-west corner of the Adelaide Central Markets for ‘Beef, Butter, Truffles and Wine’. Until 7:30pm there will be an opportunity to talk with them and taste their produce. Beef, Butter, Truffles and Wine promises to be an excellent display of food and wine… and the best bit? It’s all free!
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Do you know that heart disease and cancer together account for nearly two out of three deaths in South Australia each year?
Now there’s a new way that we can all help to raise more than $2 million for better treatment and cures, with registrations now open for go the distance.
Participants are required to raise a minimum of $1,500 with the money raised going towards the research programs supported by four South Australian charities who have joined forces for this fundraising drive: the Flinders Medical Centre Foundation, Heart Foundation, Leukaemia Foundation Australia and Little Heroes Foundation.
Tasting Australia has become Australia’s most significant food, wine and lifestyle event. Adelaide’s eight-day festival showcases top culinary talents and the best that the nation has to offer in food products and produce, wines, beers, hospitality and tourism.
The Feast for the Senses is the highlight of the festival, held on Saturday 28 April & Sunday 29 April, 11am – 5pm, in Elder Park,
Once again, more than 30,000 visitors are expected to attend this FREE event which has a staggering 100 food and drink experiences on offer. Besides the fantastic variety of food to purchase and enjoy by the river, there are also great wines, beers and other beverages to whet your appetite. There are also a number of special events to inspire and stimulate food lovers, span both days of the festival…
Two fabulous wine events, both part of Tasting Australia, are set to bring great wines and their makers into two of Adelaide’s coolest city destinations.
Mussel Mania, Adelaide Central Market, Friday 27th April, 5 – 7.30pm, will see many of those legendary Winemakers without Borders flexing their wine muscles, with help from Australia’s finest mussel men and women, from Spring Bay Seafoods in Tasmania.
#EASTENDWINEDOWN, Thursday 3rd May, 5 – 8pm, will see 14 winemakers from across South Australia converge on East End Cellars in Adelaide’s East End.
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The Sunday Mail Home Living Expo, on in Adelaide this weekend Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd April, showcases the latest in renovation and decorating products, furnishings, home entertainment, and gardening and landscaping ideas, with more than 200 exhibitors across two massive pavillions and outdoor areas.
The three-day extravaganza also incorporates the Animal Expo with Australia’s favourite vet, Dr Harry Cooper, in the Wayville Pavilion, which will also house a fun kids activity area. The Autumn Gardening area will feature displays and expert advice about developing, enhancing and maintaining gardens and outdoor …
The inaugural A+ Australian Wine Celebration is chance for wine lovers all around Australia to participate in events that celebrate the great wine created in their own backyard, with close to 100 events taking place across the country during April 2012.
Held in Adelaide and all other capital cities, and across many of Australia’s most beautiful wine regions, this exciting collection of events includes wine, food and music festivals, meet the winemaker opportunities, gourmet dining events and exclusive tasting opportunities.
To find out what A+ Australian Wine Celebration events are happening near Adelaide, see below.
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What are you doing this Easter Long Weekend? We’ve started a list that you can add to! If you’re going out to see some live music, or there’s a special sporting event on in your local area, a special Easter celebration or service, or anything in or near Adelaide… add it to the list. You can vote up the events you like or are planning to attend. Don’t forget to share this page with your friends!
Shane Berketa ate at the Hotel Tivoli in Adelaide recently and writes about it here:
It seems you and I have a little bit of a problem. I’ve been living in this town for about three years now and I’m struggling to find a good fish and chip shop anywhere. I was also having trouble finding a place that sells great tasting Mexican food, but I managed to solve that little dilemma when my wife and I stumbled onto the Hotel Tivoli.
Why Adelaide? Why did you keep the Hotel Tivoli’s …
The philosophy of thinking about where I put my food dollar extends from my home into the restaurants at which I like to eat. So many wonderful South Australian restaurants are now proudly boasting the free range, organic and sustainable origins of their produce. There are still many that boast grain-fed of course, and sadly, those who do not offer any information at all, let alone train their staff in this field.
After long and considered planning, a new Pizza Bar had finally opened in the Adelaide CBD and I was so thrilled that I made a time for dinner in between my crazy Adelaide Fringe show viewing schedule as soon as I could.
Etica: Ethical Pizzeria e Mozzarella Bar is the brain child of Melissa Merola and Federico Pisanelli…
Shane Berketa writes about his recent meal at The Gov.
Forgive me adelaidetweet readers for I have sinned. It has been at least three years since my last ‘different’ meal at a pub as I have mainly stuck to the ‘holy trinity’ of pub meals: chicken parmigiana, pub burger and pizza.
My reasoning behind this decision was due to a few bad meals (in a row) that I ate three years ago at a few pubs I had visited. In one instance the pub’s curry was watery and had no flavour, in …
You know you’re in for a good meal at a restaurant when everything on the menu looks good. That’s the problem I had at the Grace (or more formally Grace the Establishment). What was I supposed to choose? The Jerk Chicken, Pulled Pork Tacos, Coca Cola Pork Spare Ribs or the much talked about, recently awarded (‘Best Plate’ Norwood Food & Wine Festival 2012) Mini Wagyu Cheese Burger.
Each dish sounded more mouth-watering than the next, but alas my lunch time decision was none of the above… continue reading dear viewer to find out the gastronomic conclusion to this menu mystery.
It’s been 12 months since we enjoyed the inaugural Cellar Door Wine Festival at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Following the first event’s success, the cream of South Australia’s wine industry are ready for another epic 3-day wine event, February 24 – 26.
The 2012 Cellar Door Wine Festival gives Adelaide wine lovers an unrivaled opportunity to explore the wares of over 150 South Australian wineries.
Master Classes including Tastes of the Barossa, and a Wine and Chocolate Tasting, will tempt enthusiasts and there are Spiegelau Beer Glass Tastings too. At the Farmers Market visitors can sample and purchase regional delights from boutique producers, and beer and cider fans will find brews from craft brewers and iconic Coopers Brewery…
Launched in Adelaide last week, Callum Hann’s The Starter Kitchen helps the inexperienced cook get started on their cooking journey, the journey of a lifetime.
We asked Callum why he chose to write a book for cooks who are just starting out.
“When I moved out of home four years ago,” he told us, “I was surprised that, considering how many books are out there, nothing really catered to my specific need.”
“There is often a lot of assumed knowledge, which can be quite daunting for people new to cooking. I have written the book to include all my tips and tricks on starting in your own kitchen,” he said…
The Tasting Australia 2012 program and website were launched on Thursday 16th February with South Australian food favourite Simon Bryant and Tasting Australia festival director Ian Parmenter, at the Adelaide Central Market.
Tasting Australia has been running here in South Australia since 1997 and is not only the country’s premier food and wine festival but, according to Ian, is unique. It attracts celebrity chefs and food lovers from around the world and some of the biggest names in the Australian food industry.
Held over eight days and including over 80 public events, this year’s festival, from 26th April until 3rd May, is promising to be the most interactive yet. It will showcase the best South Australia has to offer…
This Sunday 19th February, The Parade Norwood will highlight the eclectic mixture of foods, wine and music South Australia has to offer at The Parade Food, Wine and Music Festival 2012. An annual event, it showcases the finest in food and wine alongside five stages providing a range of entertainment options for festival-goers.
Catering to the ‘food’ part of the Festival, numerous Parade establishments will be presenting their signature dishes on the day. These include Madame Wu’s Noodle Bar, Maxim’s Wine Bar, and Grace The Establishment.
As this is also a wine festival, a number of winemakers will have their wares on show at the event. Each participating venue has partnered with different wineries and some with cider makers…