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The Stag Public House: Switched on upstairs

The Stag Public House has launched the third and final aspect of the pub’s reinvention: a refurbished upstairs function room and balcony with lush parklands views.

Recipes

Summer Garden Tart

Vegies and herbs such as courgettes, peas, beans, spring onions, chives and mint are the stars of this simple tart from UK chef and food writer Gill Meller – but it’s open to interpretation and variation.

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‘A new, kinder way of choosing where to eat’

SA cafés and restaurants feature strongly among the more than 200 Australian places lauded for their efforts to make the world a better place in a new guide to ethical and sustainable eateries edited by food writer Jill Dupleix.

Wine

Recipes

Chocolate and Labneh Cake with Slivered Pistachios

This simple chocolate cake recipe from new Palestinian cookbook Baladi is made with labneh – a soft, creamy cheese made from strained yoghurt – but you can use extra thick Greek yoghurt instead.

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Travel

Top regions and countries to visit in 2019

GALLERY: Australia’s Red Centre has been named alongside places such as the Scottish Highlands, Northern Peru, Russia’s Far East and the Catskills in the US in Lonely Planet’s new guide to the top travel destinations for 2019.

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Twenty Third brings Renmark distillery experience to North Adelaide

Renmark distillery Twenty Third Street has carved an Adelaide home base for itself with new bar Twenty Third on Melbourne in North Adelaide, offering VR tours, tasting flights and take-home bottles.

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It’s Indian cuisine – but not as you know it

The opening of his new Indian restaurant on King William Road marks the realisation of a long-held dream for Mumbai-trained chef Prashant Penkar – and he’s serving dishes the likes of which you probably haven’t seen anywhere else in Adelaide.