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Bulgaria’s Gift to the World – Lactobacillus Bulgaricum

October 2, 2013

I’ll come clean right from the get-go here and tell you that prior to a couple of months ago my ignorance on the subject of Bulgaria was almost absolute. If pressed, I could say that it was in Eastern Europe and had once been part of the Eastern Soviet Bloc – and that was really [...]

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The Flavours of Campbelltown Food Trail – A Heavenly Foodie Day Trip

August 9, 2013

There’s a wonderful foodie secret tucked away in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide. It’s not really a secret for most of the local food tragics who are happy to drive from one side of town to the other for some of their specialties, but I suspect many tourists to Adelaide, foodie or otherwise, are completely [...]

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Provi To Your Dore – a Brilliant South Australian food idea

August 6, 2013

Dearest Reader, I’m sure you know me well enough by now to know how lazy I am. A quick glimpse through my listed recipes should be enough to demonstrate to anyone that, while I adore good food and appreciate great flavours, I’m reluctant to put myself to too much trouble in preparing it. The tedium [...]

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Food From Kangaroo Island Source and a Recipe from Kate Sumner

August 2, 2013

  It’s a bloody long way from London to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island, and the world of hotel management and event marketing in the former is a far cry from everyday life in the latter. However, it’s been a transition that popular cooking school, caterer & gourmet producer Kangaroo Island Source‘s Kate Sumner has made [...]

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South Australian Food – Taking it to the World!

July 16, 2013

The outstanding level of quality of  South Australian produce comes as no surprise to the locals, but is also becoming increasingly obvious to the rest of the world. The exceptional variety and quality of the food products which we grow, breed and process here, along with our reputation for clean, safe, seasonal and sustainable food [...]

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Chicken, Leek, Fig and Fennel Ragout – a Winter Solstice Celebration

June 24, 2013

Winter has been nipping at our heels in the Adelaide Hills of late, with a notable sartorial focus being placed by the locals on fleecy track pants, flannelette pyjamas, fluffy slippers or uggies and woolly hats.  This is a time of the year when comfort takes precedence over elegance (for anyone over the age of [...]

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