relish-by-tania-adelaide Photo Steve DavisWe relish living in Adelaide and this week we taste relish made by someone living in Adelaide.

Mad, passionate foodie and cook, Tania Esposito, is gunning for a gong in the Royal Adelaide Show in 2014 with her relish and we are going to track her progress.

In our interview, you discover what real foodies like Tania think about ‘reality’ cooking shows.

Chloe from Yelp joins us to give us the good oil on where to go and how to get the best out of your Adelaide Fringe experience.

In Adelaide’s Yesterdays, Colin plucks a few old suburb names from obscurity – what was your suburb once called?

Plus there’s music, wine, Fringe, Visas – everything you expect… and more!

Show notes

Intro: Our original theme song is here, Adelaidee Hoo. Note, throughout the podcast we also use free sfx from freesfx.co.uk for the harp, the visa stamp, the silent movie music, the radio signal sfx, and the swooshes around Siri.

South Australian Drink Of The Week: Temple Bruer 2011 Cabernet Merlot. Tasting notes.

Shout outs: Steve sent cheerio to Ben (AKA Leo Las Cases) and Phil (AKA Rowland Birks) re 5RTI (Radio Televisione Italiana) 531AM, they do The Music Night, 8-10pm Wednesdays. Lots of themes, lots of music knowledge. And Deb and Peter from Hang It in Darwin who know the Throb Nightclub owners. Colin shouts out to Lucy Gransbury et al after seeing her Fringe show. Brett says hola to Ana from Mexico.

Stories without notice: Steve: Might have a new wine reviewer filling in our blanks, Eugene Guy-Villon is his name, and here is his take on the Kaesler GSM

Good colour, on the brick red side with no browning. Nose is slightly spicy with intergrated fruit and oak. Very easy to drink, medium body perhaps too smooth. Recorked and reopened 24 hours later. Much improvement to the palate with tar and licorish and more intensity of fruit. Chocolate and plums give more weight, but still medium bodied with good length. This is a elegant example of good varitable blending, never going to be a power house but a good wine for pasta, veal, asian and cheese.

Brett. Britannia Roundabout.

Interviews: Tania Esposito about her relish recipe and her journey towards entering the Royal Adelaide Show competition.

Chloe Reschke-Maguire from Yelp about an ideal way to squeeze the most out of a day/night at the Adelaide Fringe thanks to the network of Yelpers and their reviews. Here is a link to the locations Chloe mentioned.

Adelaide Visa Council: Before the Council this week:

  •  Nadia Tolich ‏@NAJOTO – no case to answer.
  • Adelaide / Ash ‏@WeAreADL – no case to answer.
  • Jamie Cummins ‏@jc_cummins – Visa Granted.

Listen to the podcast to hear the judgements.

Adelaide’s Yesterdays with Colin: Colin surprises us with obsolete Adelaide suburb names. Read more.

Brett’s Musical Pilgrimage: Andy and Marta with Tomorrow.

Get a weekly email with a summary of each week's episode and a handy link to follow or share. Also comes with heaps of bonus gratitude from Steve and Nigel.

You have successfully joined the IN crowd. Welcome aboard.

Pin It on Pinterest