This recipe showcasing quandongs, our very own native wild peach, by Taste The Yorke is just right to enjoy alongside a cup of tea in a spot of sunshine or by your fireside on a chilly evening.
There’s a chill in the air at long last, and it’s time to get cosy with some great South Australian produce at your favourite Eat Local SA venue. From Adelaide city and suburbs, to Coonawarra down south, and north to the Flinders, we’re all set for some fine feasting, plus our feature recipe from Taste the Yorke will get your creative mojo going in the kitchen.
Summer. It ain’t over til it’s over. The kids might be back at school but those warm weekends are still happening. We recommend seeing out the season by venturing to the Yorke Peninsula for some fresh sea air and maybe a brownie, nipping over to Norwood for food + art, heading to the hills for a relaxed meal, or whipping up a super fresh kingfish ceviche with our feature recipe from Dennis Leslie.
This recipe from Dennis Leslie is super fresh and super easy – perfect for lunch or an elegant evening meal under the stars.
Rilka’s Christmas turkey recipe is around 100 years old and it never fails. She’s kindly shared it with us so we can share it with you, along with a few ideas for great South Australian ingredients you can use. If you need more inspiration to feed loved ones with food intolerances, Rilka presents Flavours of SA on 5AA every Wednesday night.
Creating your own exclusive version of an Eat Local SA platter for a spot of Spring entertaining couldn’t be easier. Start with a selection of cured, smoked, air-dried and fresh smallgoods from San Jose and you too will have a winner on your hands.
Or you could try this tasty recipe, provided especially for Eat Local SA for us by San Jose Smallgoods.
Let us put a spring in your step with news of the latest venues to join us in the Eat Local SA program, introduce our tempting new app, and tickle your competitive streak with the chance to win a delicious dinner for two at Windy Point Restaurant.
Need to add a little fresh air and delicious food to your life? Well buckle up, South Australia’s wilderness coast, fizzlingly fresh seafood and wide open spaces are calling you. Just think of it – fresh sea breezes, open vistas stretching across rolling farmlands to the wide blue sky.
All South Aussies should be justly proud of the hard work and dedication shown by our fishing industry. A great example is the wild caught Spencer Gulf king prawn fishery who have achieved Marine Stewardship Council certification for sustainable practices. At Gill Fisheries in Port Victoria on the Yorke Peninsula, the team at Gill Fisheries love to talk recipes for these sweet, juicy shellfish with their customers.
Eat Like a Local is back in the Barossa this month. Why? Because as soon as the nights start to cool and those autumnal tones appear, our thoughts turn to relaxing with friends over a dish or two just bursting with rich, full flavor. Don’t miss the autumn flavours from one of South Australia’s favourite playgrounds.
A crisp autumn day calls for easy entertaining and great flavour. This salad from Novotel Barossa Valley Resort makes the most of the last of summer’s tomatoes and creamy Udder Delights’ Goat Curd.
It’s true that most local produce-loving foodies have a favourite place (or three), where all the pieces come together to create much more than a meal. These places become an experience, where the food, plus the service, plus the unique characteristics of that venue deliver a treat for all the senses.
Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre Roast Free Range Greenslade Chicken with Green Sauce, Zucchini and Barossa Valley Cheese Company Feta
Fresh with all the flavours of a Summer kitchen garden, enjoy this feast of local Barossa producers with Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre’s Roast Free Range Greenslade Chicken with Green Sauce, Zucchini and Barossa Valley Cheese Company Feta.
Or perhaps a delicate morsel to keep you going through the dog days of January (and the last weeks of the school holidays). Naturally, a morsel made with locally produced ingredients is our preferred option and, happily, there are many cafes scattered across the state who agree. So, we say happy new year and thank…
Calm your fear of missing out on something wonderful with a platter of local goodies. They’re easy to create and serve, and nothing says premium South Australian produce quite like a loaded platter ready to share. Here’s how Monkey Nut Café make theirs.