Upcoming food and drink happenings in SA, including this weekend’s Bonjour Barossa festival at Seppeltsfield, more French fare at the National Wine Centre’s Bastille Day Brunch, a regional Thai feast at Hellbound, and a Pisco Sangria Party at Cumbia.
Artist James Tylor gives context to SA Food Month in light of the state’s first food culture with a short encyclopedia of indigenous edible foods and agriculture in the Tarntanya Adelaide region.
Going out in winter is never difficult if you know where to go and what to order. Use CityMag‘s Winter Eating Guide to find new and old favourites to fill up on at breakfast, lunch or dinner during SA Food Month.
With SA Food Month kicking off in a week, InDaily sat down with the celebrated chef and restaurateur to discover his most loved local food products and how he likes to prepare them.