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Outback Pride Fresh – Unique Native Australian Foods Available in the Supermarkets Now!

13/10/2017 | By

We’ve been enjoying their unique and sustainable range of native foods in restaurants for years – now we can cook with Outback Pride Fresh products at home!

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For more years than they care to remember, Mike and Gayle Quarmby of Outback Pride Fresh have been producing a diverse range of premium, fresh, native food.

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Sweet Corn Chowder with Scallops and Bacon

29/09/2017 | By

My Sweet Corn Chowder with Scallops and Bacon is rich in the sweet/salty flavour profile we all love, and perfect for any time of year.

Sweet Corn Chowder with Scallops and Bacon, fresh scallops

Image from Wikimedia Commons.

Followers of my Instagram account will be well aware that I was in Scotland recently, chowing my way around the Highlands.

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Made Fresh Every Day – Handmade Noodles at Adelaide’s Bakmi Lim

15/09/2017 | By

Noodles are one of the earliest fast foods, but they aren’t all created equal. The handmade noodles at Adelaide’s Bakmi Lim Noodle Project are a cut above the rest.

bakmi lim noodle project Handmade noodles

Probably one of the original Asian fast foods, noodles have always been popular with diners on a budget, because noodles, especially handmade noodles, are quick, filling and relatively healthy. 

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Limestone Coast Fine Dining – Eating Well in South Australia

11/09/2017 | By

Gourmet meals aren’t always associated with country travel in Australia, but South Australia shows how it’s done with Limestone Coast fine dining options.

 Limestone Coast fine dining, Gather house made bread

Tom Tilbury’s house-made bread and butter at Gather

 

Regular country travellers in Australia will know that getting a really good meal can sometimes be a bit of a hit or miss affair.

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Future Food at Adelaide’s Open State Festival

08/09/2017 | By

Future Food, at Adelaide’s Open State Festival from 28 Sept – 8 Oct 2017, explores a diverse range of aspects around the future of our food.

Future Food

If there’s one thing we know how to do really well here in South Australia it’s celebrate – hardly a month goes by without some form of festival.

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FERMENT the FESTIVAL – OCTOBER 20 – 22, 2017

21/08/2017 | By

FERMENT the FESTIVAL is an evolution of Adelaide’s acclaimed Cheesefest and a celebration of a process critical to many of our favourite foods.

FERMENT the FESTIVAL wine

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The fermenting of food has been going on for millennia โ€“ with some of the earliest records of fermentation going back to 6,000BC โ€“ but most people simply donโ€™t realise the amount of fermented foods they pop into their mouths on a daily basis.

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