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SLOW Food Hunter Valley will celebrate Terra Madre Day 2010 by meeting at the Newcastle farmers’ and growers’ market toContinue Reading →
September 26, 2010 by jamie
THE Marble Hill cherry blossom festival is an old Hills’ event at the magnificent Marble Hill site, a former vice-regal summer residence which became a ruin after a bushfire in 1955. It is to be reconstructed following agreement with the new owners. Adelaide Hills convivium will be helping to spit roasting a dorper hogget to [...]Continue Reading →
SLOW Food Adelaide & Barossa’s 2010 annual meeting will be held immediately preceding the convivium’s ‘The best of Nepalese tastes’ dinner. Secretary Helen Kearney will circulate an agenda, reports and nomination forms in advance.
Date: Wednesday 25 October 2010
Venue: Kathmandu Palace, 9 Nile Street, Glenelg SA
SLOW Food Adelaide & Barossa will convene a special Nepalese banquet surrounded by traditional Nepalese art at Kathmandu Palace in beachside Glenelg. Nepalese food is as diverse as the country itself, and tradition looks upon guests as gods so good hospitality is tantamount. Owner Palden Lama will be our host and will not only provide [...]Continue Reading →
SLOW Food Adelaide Hills leader David Inverarity and Adelaide & Barossa leader Bruce Guerin will promote Slow Food with a hands-on cooking and tasting event for teachers, focusing on health, lifestyle and well-being, at ‘Well-being Day’ hosted by the Australian Education Union South Australian branch. This event will include promoting and making raw milk cheese. [...]Continue Reading →
SLOW Food Adelaide Hills has invited Slow Food members to join the convivium for breakfast at the Stirling Market. Meet new members and catch up on doings, travels and ideas. The long outside table by the umbrellas will have the snail. Members, family and dogs all welcome!
Date: Saturday 26 September 2010
Time: 9:00am onwards
Venue: Stirling [...]
SOUTH Australia / Adelaide & Barossa, Adelaide Hills & Fleurieu Peninsula / spring 2010 PDF / a national food plan? / new membership arrangements / on the calendar / adelaide botanic gardens kitchen garden / a co-operative future / a taste of africa / snailmail from the hills / sumptuous attention: magic harvestContinue Reading →
SLOW Food Melbourne presents Cook Here and Now, an event which brings together a group of people to share in the selection, preparation and consumption of a locally-sourced meal.
We are thrilled to present last event of the 2010 series at Abbotsford in conjunction with the fourth anniversary celebrations of the Slow Food Farmers’ [...]
TUCKED along the coast of the Bellarine peninsula lies a treasure called Loam. Husband and wife team Aaron and Astrid Turner are firm believers in fabulous food that makes sense – sustainable, seasonal, local and respectful. Aaron’s much-lauded dishes are inspired by the best possible raw ingredients, whether old favourites, new discoveries, freshly picked from [...]Continue Reading →
‘RABBITS,’ wrote the nineteenth century English cook Isabella Beeton, ‘are divided into four kinds, distinguished as warreners, parkers, hedgehogs and sweethearts. The warrener, as the name implies, is a member of a subterranean community and is less effeminate than his kindred who dwell upon the earth…and his fur is most esteemed. [...]Continue Reading →