Dan Moss from Terrior Auburn has shared this sweet surprise, Mocha Panna Cotta with White Pepper Churros.
It’s time to go up country, people. The Clare Valley is an easy 90 minute drive from Adelaide and it’s a haven for a food-loving soul in need of some R&R. Yes, you can do it in a day, but why would you? When a long weekend comes calling, this is the place to be.
More than 160 quality South Australian venues, hungry for culinary tourists and local visitors, have joined Eat Local SA – and three new categories have been introduced to broaden the program.
Come walk with me in the leafy Adelaide Hills. I’m having a little break from the weather down on the plains, 20 minutes’ drive (and a world) away. The Hills are alive as we visit Haus Café + Bar + Kitchen, The White House, Woodside Cheese Wrights, Walk the Talk Kitchen, Harrisville Orchards and Udder Delights.
Become a Masterchef at home, and cook up this Haigh’s Chocolates Dark Chocolate Orange Tart.
The clever folk at The Highway have teamed up with Robern Menz to create a range of FruChoc cocktails.
At Hahndorf’s Haus Café + Bar + Kitchen, they source vegetables from their friends at Hahndorf Fruit and Veg Market. There are talented fruit and vegetable growers all through the Adelaide Hills and local farmers markets too. Check them out for more inspiration to eat locally and seasonally.
Trying to capture eating local in Adelaide in a few paragraphs is like trying to pick up the raw egg that hit the floor during one of your more cheffy moments. It’s a slippery little sucker. Our plate-licking adventures take us to some of Adelaide’s most interesting foodie haunts. Enjoy!
Eat Local SA is starting a blog! We’ll be getting on our bike and taking you on regular culinary tourism adventures across South Australia’s regions visiting our Eat Local SA venues
Food lovers and tourists will now be able to access information on where to taste local produce in regional eateries, thanks to a new initiative launched by Food Minister Gail Gago in McLaren Vale today.
It’s even easier to Eat Local in South Australia with a new app and mobile phone website released to help foodies and travellers access Eat Local venues.