208 – Understanding food waste

208 – Understanding food waste

We round off our food trilogy this week by understanding food waste. Is such waste inevitable in our foodie culture, or are other forces at play? Hayley Everuss, state manager of Oz Harvest, joins us to discuss this topic. This week, the SA Drinks Of The Week are from...
207 – Understanding meat

207 – Understanding meat

Spend an evening with Sophie from Wakefield Grange Butchery and Grocer in Yankalilla to start understanding meat, especially the cheaper cuts! This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is from Forktree Brewing. Nigel will try to stump us in IS IT NEWS on the topic of cows...
206 – Understanding almonds

206 – Understanding almonds

They are loved by naturopaths and vegans, sought after by confectioners and chocolatiers, and now cognitive scientists might be hot on their trail – welcome to our episode for understanding almonds. Our guests this week are Associate Professor Alison Coates,...
202 – Rostrevor Pizza Podcast With The Lot

202 – Rostrevor Pizza Podcast With The Lot

For 30 years, Gaetano Lepore has been standing behind his bench at Rostrevor Pizza Bar, serving up great pizzas while the industry went thick and thin around him. Tonight, we get his story; pizza, community, business, the lot! That’s Gaetano and Josie in the...
200 – Making Salami At Home

200 – Making Salami At Home

Don Violi has appeared on The Adelaide Show twice before, once covering history and trivia of South Australia and then giving us an insight into the world of hairdressing. Tonight, on our 200th episode, he takes us into his home to teach us the art of making salami....
191 – Is There Chocolate After Easter?

191 – Is There Chocolate After Easter?

We’ve just had a long weekend and many have gorged themselves on all forms of cacao, which begs the question, is there chocolate after Easter? To answer that question, we spend an evening with chocolatier Marcus Booth-Remmers of the Adelaide Hills chocolate cafe...
178 – Peddle Power and Pedal Power

178 – Peddle Power and Pedal Power

In South Australia, this month, you can choose peddle power or pedal power, depending on your needs and desires. Our main guest and co-host is Joy White from Homestead Lovers in Mannum. She espouses great peddle power in being able to create interest and desire for...
173 – The Beer Game (Growler Edition)

173 – The Beer Game (Growler Edition)

Life as we know it began with a little bang. Well, a big bang, but it was quite little, apparently. Little Bang Brewing Company began as a small operation and just like the acceleration of mass at the beginning of time, it got larger really quickly. The prime movers...
156: Of gardens and treehouses

156: Of gardens and treehouses

The shortest route from paddock to plate is when you grow food in your own garden. Tonight’s guest, Kate Punshon, is a former restaurateur who is now an agrarian adventurer, nurturing endangered flavours and trying to do so with an ever diminishing impact upon...
153: Adelaide Food Bloggers Central

153: Adelaide Food Bloggers Central

Adelaide is blessed by all things food and wine and that means we are home to quite a few food bloggers. While most are earnest and driven by passion, a few are slimy and misguided and resort to buying fake followers and likes for their social media accounts so they...
152: Adelaide’s Go Getter Gals

152: Adelaide’s Go Getter Gals

Adelaide’s Go Getter Gals are Caitlin Harvey and Chloe Reschke-Maguire. They are both known to this program because both of them are proactive in pursuing ventures and TALKING about them publicly. We have met Caitlin before with her Feast On Foot business...
147: Adelaide – City of coffee

147: Adelaide – City of coffee

Adelaide – City of coffee could easily be a new name for our town, or at least one we aspire to. And one of the cafes that really seized on the zeitgeist in our transition to ‘proper’ coffee culture is Bar 9 on Glen Osmond Road. The man behind Bar 9,...

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