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Attention Adelaide Food Entrepreneurs – Adelaide Central Market Wants You!

27/03/2015 | By

Adelaide Central MarketHave you been quietly nursing a food business dream? Are  you keen to get into the food scene in Adelaide but worried about starting out on your own?

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Food Tours – Adelaide’s Central Market Tour

09/02/2015 | By

Mark Gleeson of Central Market Tours (image by Grant Nowell)

Mark Gleeson of Central Market Tours (image by Grant Nowell)

I’ve been hanging around food markets for more years than I care to think about. Wherever I travel, I make it a point to check out the local fresh food markets and I do food tours wherever possible as I believe they are the quickest way to get to know any local food scene.

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Han Market – Da Nang

01/09/2014 | By

Warning – some graphic images.

So – even though I was on vacation and fully committed to lying around in the resort as much as possible, and the 8.00 am start was outrageously early – when I was offered a chance to pay a visit to Han Market, the major market place in Da Nang, I think you could guess my answer. There I was, camera ready, first on the bus, but alone.

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Wish You Were Here Postcards – Real Food

23/04/2014 | By

I love to visit the local markets whenever I travel and one of my favourites in Italy is the central market in Florence.

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Vancouver Shares It’s Gourmet Secrets

24/02/2014 | By

I love Australia and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else but, if someone held a gun to my head and forced me to chose, I’d opt for Canada and most certainly Vancouver. This is truly one of my most favourite places in the world. It has a population of around 600,000 souls thus is not so large that it is unfriendly, it’s not too hilly, so therefore very walkable, a mild (if slightly wet) climate and, with the glittering harbour on one side and snow-capped peaks on the other, it is breathtakingly beautiful. And they love food.

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Montreal Mange – A glimpse at How Montreal Eats!

18/11/2013 | By

Sitting on an island in the St. Lawrence River, Montreal is the worlds second largest French-speaking city – and damn proud of it. The French architectural influence makes it a gorgeous looking city and it is very user friendly, with 47 square kilometres of green space, 500 kilometres of bike paths and over 5,000 restaurants. Really, if you can’t find a good feed in this town you are doing something seriously wrong.

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