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Orana, Blackwood and Low & Slow come together for Tiger Mountain

This Fringe, at a little food stall outside the Exeter, you will be able to buy a $12 meal personally cooked by Orana and Blackwood chef Jock Zonfrillo.


Sauvignon blanc confessions

Whitey admits to another tasting travesty – one that can give a magic lift to all sorts of random reds.

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Adelaide diners won over by cheesy food trend

The theatrical food trend of 'cheese wheel pasta' – pasta tossed in flaming cheese wheels – is proving popular in Adelaide, with two local restaurants vying to melt diners' hearts with their different versions of the novelty dish.



Black Bean Burger with Cheddar and Caramelised Onions

This mouth-watering meat-free burger recipe comes from a new vegetarian cookbook by self-proclaimed 'cabbage butcher' Martin Nordin.


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On the road: Robe Town Brewery

CityMag escaped the Adelaide city limits to meet Maris and Kristi Biezaitis, a couple who emigrated from Latvia to escape the cold winters and now run a thriving and innovative craft brewery in the state's south-east.


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Tasting Australia launches national spirit awards

This year’s Tasting Australia will introduce a national spirit awards event to recognise the success of the burgeoning distilling industry and offer South Australians a chance to taste top products from around the country.

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Multigrain, wholegrain, wholemeal: which bread is best?

Wholemeal, wholegrain, multigrain, sourdough, rye, white, high-fibre white, low GI, gluten-free ... with so many choices of bread available, how are we to know which is best for our health? Dietetics lecturer Leah Dowling reports.


Jolleys Boathouse: still shining after 30 years

The story of Jolleys Boathouse began when chef Belinda Hannaford saw the potential of a tumbledown kiosk on the river and turned it into an iconic restaurant. Thirty years later, it's still one of Adelaide’s most perfect places to dine, writes Nigel Hopkins.