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Adelaide Food Central by Adelaidefoodcentral - 21h ago

I have heard quite a bit of talk regarding The Messy Tomato, the new identity to the former Luigi’s Delicatessen. With an impressive street presence on Flinders Street I was a little taken aback by the few tables that sit in what is essentially an office building foyer. Weather permitting it would be lovely sitting...
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To spice up this mundane month of June, The Highway are offering two weeks of amazing creations sourcing ingredients from native Australia in their Native Creative Menu which will be available from 12th-26th June. The menu offers five innovative dishes that dives in deep and brings homage to some of Australia’s most remarkable native foods...
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With almost twice the BBQ vendors and well over double the menu items than last year, the 2019 Beer & BBQ Festival (BBF) BBQ line-up is sure to satisfy having just dropped the country’s biggest brewer line-up last week! In a festival first, BBF will be presenting Mal & Mates, a stall where chef Mal...
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IKEA Australia is collaborating with Australian food icon and television personality, Matt Preston, for a series of cooking workshops at 10 of their stores this year. In an event exclusive to media and IKEA family members, Matt shares his secrets on how to create 6 simple everyday dishes using Swedish Food Market ingredients. From cooking...
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Passion and patience – two of the key ingredients in Twenty Third Street Distillery’s exciting new interactive offering. The iconic South Australian Distillery now offers whisky lovers an ‘Age your Own’ experience, available from their Renmark, Melbourne Street and interstate outlets. The exclusive experience allows customers to personalise their own whisky by the barrel, selecting...
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Adelaide Food Central by Adelaidefoodcentral - 4d ago

South Australian wines were proudly poured at the 2019 Adelaide Wine Festival this weekend. Some of the best wineries of the state came together; filling red, white and rosé coloured glasses with the intent to build a stronger international bond between Australia and China. What better way to celebrate future growth within wine tourism than...
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Adelaide Food Central by Adelaidefoodcentral - 5d ago

Things change rapidly in the city. With Adelaide’s consistent desire to emulate Melbourne, the streets and alleys morph more and more into something that is unrecognisable. East Terrace is not exempt from this metamorphosis. Charlick’s on East Tce had only been open for two months before its doors were closed and replaced with the new...
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Cabaret isn’t just entertaining, it’s a healthy, social and confidence building activity. The lovely ladies at Choo La La live by this ideal, that cabaret and burlesque can be an expression of freedom and self-love. Having expanded their classes across Adelaide and the country Choo La La has become a symbol for ladies everywhere to...
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Sweet, sexy and delicious. These are all appropriate words to describe Michelle Pearson and her show, Just Desserts. Coming off the back of an award-winning performance at the Adelaide Fringe, Michelle, a stunning vocalist who runs a catering and event management business, has found a way to merge her love of sugary sweets and sultry...
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The debut cabaret from Adelaide-based performer Millicent Sarre educates and entertains on the subject of feminism with a guiding hand. The original score and personal stories invite feminists, at any level, to consider their relationship to feminism and for skeptics to look deeper at equality concerns. While it would be impossible to cover the history...
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