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Forgotten Flavours – Dry Aged Beef

Disclosure = The producers of this doco are my clients South Australian Cattle Co / A Hereford Beefstouw / A Hereford Dry Aged Beef.  I was not involved in the production of this documentary.  
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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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OzHarvest Cooks for a Cause with James Henry

(Disclosure = I provide ProBono support to OzHarvest in SA, which includes marketing, communication and events) As Charity Partner for Tasting Australia OzHarvest supported several across the program, and held a signature event – Cooking for...
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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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French Cheese Tasting: Bottega Rotolo

I’ve written before Bottega Rotolo and I’m still an avid fan.  I was delighted to be an invited guest (DISCLOSURE) at their French Cheese Experience in the new King William store; immensely proud when they quoted my blog on...
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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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