Lobethal Road Winery’s off-grid cellar door now offers a hearty weekend lunch menu, created by newly appointed chef Frank McWilliams, formerly of Magill Estate.
Upcoming food and wine happenings, including vegan treats from OMG Donuts at the Adelaide Central Market, Sparkke at the Whitmore’s monthly Sunday long brunch, and Shōbōsho popping up for a wine party at Oddio in Bowden.
Kent Town coffee company Octeine has expanded its reach further, opening up a café on the grounds of Barossa winery Seppeltsfield.
Sailing through the night, standing alone as lookout on the bow of the One & All with 42 metres of two-masted, square-rigged brigantine behind you, it’s easy to let your mind slip back a couple of centuries.
The trick with this delicious meat-free family meal is to make sure the veggies are well roasted before you build the lasagne.
Executive chef Tony Carroll, formerly of Jolleys Boathouse, says Adelaide needs a great seafood restaurant, so he’s created one in the beautiful ground floor tenancy of 2 King William Street.
Encouraging home cooks to embrace native ingredients, Andrew Fielke’s new book Australia’s Creative Native Cuisine promotes “edible reconciliation” by bringing indigenous produce from the outback to household dinner tables.
Moonbeam’s Blend is a just-launched blend of Colombian and Ethiopian beans roasted by Adelaide’s Soho Coffee Roasters in support of Operation Flinders – and with a special connection to the youth charity’s founder.