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...
139: Mount Gambier is noyce ployce: Stories from Caffe Belgiorno

139: Mount Gambier is noyce ployce: Stories from Caffe Belgiorno

So just how do you cook the perfect lasagna? Would you believe it involves BURNING it? These and many other gems and stories about life as Italian restaurateurs is what we have in store for you this week as Walter ‘Wally’ Gentile and Maria Gentile, sit...
122 – Kangaroo Island: A midsummer night’s gin

122 – Kangaroo Island: A midsummer night’s gin

Thanks to an inspired suggestion by Kristina Dryza, one of Adelaide’s esteemed futurists, or ‘nowists’, The Adelaide Show Podcast is in Kangaroo Island this week in search of quality gin and gourmet dining. As a result, tonight it is all about...
089 – Beer vs Wine in the Barossa Valley

089 – Beer vs Wine in the Barossa Valley

Tonight’s show is something different – a 5-course degustation of food, wine, beer, and competitive chatter between Denham D’Silva from Barossa Valley Brewing and Emily Hay from Turkey Flat Wines. The podcast will share snippets of the pre-course...
072 – Another Boring Thursday Night In Port Lincoln

072 – Another Boring Thursday Night In Port Lincoln

Adelaide has been choking on the smoke from the Adelaide Hills bushfires and tonight we meet a man who was right at the heart of Black Tuesday bushfires that swept the Eyre Peninsula almost ten years ago to the day. His name is David Doudle and our paths crossed via...

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