Monthly Archives: March 2011

Great Southern Lands

Do I begin towards the end, the surreal sublime experience of watching the sun set in to the ocean? Or at the beginning and the crab linguine at elegant ‘Assaggio’ restaurant in Adelaide’s Unley, whose taste and texture are with … Continue reading

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Afternoon tea the Fantons’

Apart from the fact we do drink tea – oolong sipped out of tiny hand-made pottery cups – this is no ordinary afternoon tea. They are both there in the kitchen to greet me – Jude girlish in sprigged cotton … Continue reading

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Fifth-generation farmer

In David Trevor-Jones’s small, neat butchery on the family farm, he and his wife Kimberley work at transforming their own beef into sausages. David calls it the ‘shop’ and this is where he spends most of Monday and Tuesday each … Continue reading

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Pleasures of a charcuterie at Billi

Charcuterie has been the big ‘new’ thing in this country over the last few years, having much to do with the change to laws governing liquor licences which saw the proliferation of small, Euro-style bars in big cities. It is … Continue reading

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