The Multicultural Eid Festival is returning to Adelaide Showgrounds this weekend and we have some free passes to give away!
Hosted by award-winning cabaret queen Victoria Falconer and featuring a smorgasbord of world- class cabaret, fierce drag and jaw-dropping circus performers, all in the surrounds of the gorgeous Spiegeltent in The Garden of Unearthly Delights – your favourite meal of the day just got glitzier.
Four interactive ‘Somm for a Day’ sessions focus on what it takes to be a sommelier and will cover different aspects of the job while exploring six of National Wine Centre’s Head Sommelier James Boden’s favourite Australian wines at each event.
Showcasing 80 prominent food producers and chefs between Port Noarlunga and Cape Jarvis, ‘Faces & Food of the Fleurieu’ details their stories, favourite recipes and expert tips.
Sommeliers of premium reserve laughs Damian Callinan and Paul Calleja – aka The Wine Bluffs – are bringing their unique label of comedy straight to your remote corporate function.
Perhaps sometime in the future you’ll find yourself sipping an Aperol Spritz on the Amalfi Coast…but for now, let’s see what SA has to offer.
Good time powerhouse, Thunderbus Road, is ready to switch up their game plan this year by stepping away from their ‘non-wine-tour wine tour’ project and charging into a more rewarding venture.
Local Hawthorn café The Pantry on Egmont has been listed in the RSPCA’s top three South Australian Human Food Eateries as a part of their Choose Wisely directory.
Like many other businesses, their café and restaurant income has decreased significantly due to the pandemic and while the business is adapting as much as it can by teaming up with some customers doing home delivery, supermarket demand has plateaued post Easter.
We are met each evening by a kitchen full of jolly people, gathering for no other reason than a love of food. People-vs-people drama is minimal. Remarks of support, hugs and smiles are in abundance. MasterChef gives us a time and place to be every evening.