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McLaren Vale wineries are taking bookings for the long weekend

With many wineries reopening under easing restrictions, the June long weekend provides an opportunity to enjoy McLaren Vale at your own pace, without the crowds normally associated with the now-defunct Sea & Vines Festival.


Tasting Australia won’t go ahead in 2020

The planned spring edition of Tasting Australia has been cancelled, with organisers blaming ongoing uncertainty over when restrictions on mass gatherings will lift and the fact that businesses need to focus on recovery after the COVID-19 shutdown.

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Pea and lettuce soup

As the weather cools down, there’s nothing more comforting than a steaming bowl of wholesome, homemade soup.

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Quorn on track to bush tucker capital

New funds to build a bush tucker trail in the Flinders Ranges are helping one small town with its tourism rebrand.

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Moroccan chicken drumsticks, chunky tabouli and garlic yoghurt

Dinnertime shouldn’t mean cooking one meal for the grown-ups and a separate one for the kids. Gather the whole family around the table for this finger-licking favourite.



Callum Hann on MasterChef Australia's new reality

Adelaide chef Callum Hann’s return to MasterChef Australia is not much like his first stint – with new judges, coronavirus restrictions, and his own new-found sense of purpose in the competition.

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Barossa Eats is a response to a hunger for regional food delivery

Founded out of a need to connect restaurants with isolated local customers in the Barossa, a new regional delivery app could have a life beyond COVID-19 restrictions.