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Barossa Valley, South Australia: Foodie’s Guide

Croquet, cheese & wine sessions, scooting around vinyard lined roads on scooters, farmers markets, gourmet food tasting, chateaus with perfect ...
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Crumpets with Vege-Butter

I urge you to try making your own crumpets just once. The aroma of them baking and the  crisp yet fluffy texture when they are served fresh ...
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SAusage Rolls (with Fritz)

What's more South Australian than fritz? A "manufactured meat product in the shape of a sausage"; why not use it in a sausage roll for Australia ...
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Carbonara with Cracked Pepper Egg Noodles

A good Carbonara's main feature is pepper. These organic egg noodles I found at the Barossa Farmers markets are also available at supermarkets (see ...
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Lemon Meringue Pavlova Platter

Create your own  "messy look"pavlova share platter designed for 8 people. Do it the Aussie way with minimal effort for a unique dessert. ...
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Healthy Themed Dip Jars

Double Dip and save a container. Pop your dip at the bottom of a shallow jar (or glass) and place crudites on top. Theming up the jar is ...
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fermentAsian Review (Tanunda SA)

Only the BEST dining experiences are showcased on this Food & Travel website. I don't publicly review everything therefore you must be convin...
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Blue Cheese & Ricotta Peaches

A simple dessert for those who prefer a less sweet option. Marinated peaches with a ricotta topping which is slightly infused with the flavour of ...
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French Individual Picnic Boxes

Perfect for a picnic, Moonlight Cinema or just a treat for yourself on your lunchbreak.  Kmart sell mini wooden boxes for only $4 and also ...
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January 2017; All things Australian, SA Produce & the Barossa Valley

Start the New Year by chucking some fresh juicy pineapple on the BBQ! Lightly charred it is delicious with a light sprinkling of fresh lime and ...
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