Featuring the famed local mead produced by Maxwell Wines in McLaren Vale, the Salopian Inn serve this with a chocolate sorbet.
The Fleurieu could be the one exception to my rule that, if you can’t say it properly, you can’t go there. You can sort of mutter it under your breath, but that would be cheating. Practice with me: “Flu-ree-oh”. Got it? Now we can go visit to taste the richness of the local produce firsthand.
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.
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.