Category Archives: Adventures

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Winter Wine & Food Festival, National Wine Centre

A few weeks ago I popped into the National Wine Centre for it’s first Winter Wine and Food Festival.  It was late August but a surprisingly warm, blue-sky spring day. Maybe not everyone’s cup of tea, but I reckon...
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Tasting Australia: Fan Girl Reminiscing

(Disclosure: I was a guest of SATC at the two day, Words To Go 2014 Blogger Forum on 28-29 April.  I also provide Pro Bono support to the awesome food rescue business OzHarvest, which included the Tasting Australia...
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36 Hours on the Pen’: Mornington Peninsula

It was a flying visit, just over 36 hours – but for another night on the Mornington Peninsula I would do it all over again. Oh I’d been before, day trips mostly while living in Melbourne...
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..and then this: Jamface by Poh

Nestled in a quiet corner of the not so quiet Adelaide Showground Farmers Market newcomer Jamface is staking out ground. True, I went looking for them, although the logo was easy to spot: large white...
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Tasting Kangaroo Island: Food Lover Adventures

We’ve tripped around a bit over the years and between us we’ve seen a few things, but Kangaroo Island is something else. No, it’s not the shoulder-bumping pull of Wan Chai at midnight.  Nor the...
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OzHarvest CEO Cookoff With Qantas

No words for the OzHarvest Qantas CEO Cookoff Event this year.  Humbled and grateful on a such a personal level.  Thankyou, every one of you, for coming.  
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Kangaroo Island Source Market Tour & Cooking Class

If there were a category for most picturesque cooking school, Kate Sumner’s Kangaroo Island Source would be very hard to beat. Perched high on windswept farmlands above Penneshaw, looking down towards the oceanic blue waters...
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