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Green Salad with Quinoa, Lemon, Feta & Mint

Who says it’s not easy being green? This crunchy fresh spring salad recipe is shared by the Adelaide Central Market, along with more tips for cooking with beans and peas.


This is real outback Australia

Driving off the beaten track in far north South Australia is not for the faint-heated – especially when your adventure takes you underground. But there are plenty of hidden gems to discover in the strangely Mars-like landscape, writes Stephanie Richards.

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Wined Bar role a perfect fit for runner somm

Runner James Boden started his wine career as a fast walker – ferrying bottles from cellar to restaurant floor. Now he’s overseeing the National Wine Centre’s Wined Bar, diversifying its range of wines and encouraging visitors to challenge their tastebuds.

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Luxury hotel tipped to boost McLaren Vale tourism

A new $30-million-plus, five-star hotel planned by McLaren Vale winery Wirra Wirra and Adelaide-based developer Greaton will have a health and wellness theme and is being touted as a major boost for tourism in the region.



Adam Liaw’s King George Whiting & Chips

This classic fish and chip recipe – made using a pale-ale-batter – is inspired by chef and TV host Adam Liaw’s childhood holidays on the Eyre Peninsula, home of what he considers some of the best seafood in the world.



The Kimberley's many trails to paradise

A scenic flight over El Questro Wilderness Park offers unparalleled views over the Kimberley’s charred and crumpled earth.


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The best places to cheese out in Adelaide

Ahead of CheeseFest’s return from hiatus next month, CityMag caught up with four hospitality friends in fromage for tips on their favourite cheeses and SA cheese shops.

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What is fake honey and why didn’t the official tests pick it up?

The controversy over ‘fake honey’ has many people wondering what they’ve been eating. Emma Beckett looks at the potential contaminating sugar syrups and explains why some aren’t detected by official Australian tests.