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Gilles at the Grounds and a barbecue feast at Prancing Pony Brewery

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Upcoming food and wine happenings, including Gilles at the Grounds markets, Prancing Pony Brewery’s Beer-n-Bones festival, and Comida Hahndorf teams up with Sunny’s Pizza and Oddio.

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Seasonal Pickling & Fermenting Workshop – August 20

Bowden’s My Grandma Ben is hosting a 2.5-hour hands-on pickling and fermenting workshop, with all the tips and tricks needed to start pickling and fermenting like a pro from your own kitchen. From preserving peak season vegetables to making classic sauerkraut, you’ll leave this workshop with the confidence to turn anything from your spring market haul into something remarkable. Tickets limited.

Beer-n-Bones – August 22

Prancing Pony Brewery will host The Grilltop Hoods – a competitive barbecue team and catering service – to cook up a feast for a one-day event called Beer-n-Bones. Head to the Prancing Pony’s Adelaide Hills brewshed between 10am to 10pm for live music, mouth-watering barbecue food, and beers. All ages are welcome, with activities for the kids.

Gilles at the Grounds – August 23

Gilles at the Grounds will be held this Sunday at the Brick Dairy Pavilion at the Adelaide Showground. The event hosts local sellers in fashion, vintage, art and craft, with a range of local food vendors and live music across indoor and outdoor spaces. The Adelaide Farmers’ Market will be held concurrently in the Stirling Angas Hall, with entry from Goodwood Road, Leader Street or Rose Terrace.

Comida x Sunny’s x Oddio – August 23

Spanish-inspired restaurant and wine bar Comida Hahndorf will host an afternoon of paella, pizza and wine in the Adelaide Hills on August 23. Comida has invited along Sunny’s Pizza, who will be slinging pizzas, and Bowden winery Oddio, showcasing new release wines from Frederick Stevenson and Delinquente Wine Co. Tickets are limited.

Stirling Market – August 23

The monthly Stirling Market will be held this Sunday from 10am to 4pm at Druid Avenue, Stirling. Organisers have moved stalls back by three metres to create extra space, and encourage market-goers to practice social distancing. The market boasts a wide range of offerings, from plants to fresh local produce, home-made preserves, baked goods, gifts, arts and crafts, with plenty of food and beverages on offer.

Wine Dinners return to National Wine Centre – August 26

With a delayed start to the annual series of wine dinners, the National Wine Centre of Australia has announced the return of these culinary experiences for 2020. A Kangaroo Island wine dinner will be held on August 26, featuring a four-course set menu created by the centre’s catering team, led by executive chef Steven Clark. The dinner will also feature pairings of Kangaroo Island wines hand-selected by head sommelier James Boden.

The Maker & Me – August 26

The Fruitful Pursuit has brought back its long-running intimate wine tasting series, The Maker & Me. The event has moved from its original location of Alfred’s on Peel Street to Yiasou George on East Terrace, but the concept remains the same – a limited group of 20 people guided through a range of wines (unreleased samples, museum stock, as well as core range) by some of South Australia’s best and most interesting winemakers. The series kicks off on Wednesday, August 26, with The Mysterious Mr Black, and there are also tickets for the following week, hosted by Jauma. See more information here.

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