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 her growing and inventive range of food powders and other treats. Meanwhile, Tiffany Cromwell, Adelaide’s top ten international cyclist and our queen of pedal power, shares some thoughts ahead of the Tour Down Under on dealing with saddles and pain, sharing the road and some of her favourite spots for cycling around her hometown.
This week, the SA Drink Of The Week is from Heward Estate
Nigel will start the year, trying to stump you and our guests with IS IT NEWS.
And the Skeleton Club will rattle and shake the musical pilgrimage.
Suggested Tweet text: Ep 178 has @TiffanyCromwell on #cycling in #Adelaide & @HomesteadLovers on #food in #Mannum.
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The Adelaide Show Peddle Power and Pedal Power running sheet
|Talk talk, dead solidiers?|
|Theme and introduction. Our original theme song in full is here, Adelaidey-hoo.|
|00:02:36||SA Drink Of The Week
|Heward Estate 2013 Mannum Cliffs Shiraz … tasting notes|
|00:09:02||Items Without Notice|
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Keep an eye out on Promote SA for an interview that Nici did with us this week. She asked some unusual questions that got down under our skin and deep into our consciousness.
|The Tour Down Under is upon us and I know that, not because of advertising, but because I live in the foothills and I’ve noticed fresh swarming of mamils.
Our friend and adjunct producer, John Murch, has donned the Lycra for us this week and put a few of our questions to top ten cyclist, Tiffany Cromwell, as she prepares to race in her hometown.
Back in episode 161, we spent at night at the Manchen (a man kitchen run by Dougal McFuzzlebutt) and were introduced to Homestead Lovers‘ food powders. We had blood orange, horseradish and beetroot powders on some barbecued goat, and we were hooked. So, tonight, we’ve come to the outskirts of Mannum where Joy White creates her powders.
What is your favourite item to turn into powder?
What is the hardest?
What gave you the idea and the desire to pursue this?
You are the peddlar referred to in the title for this week’s show title, and I’ve seen you peddling your wares at the Adelaide Central Market, what gives you the drive and the courage to go out into the market with your own food products when foodies can be so demanding and even fickle?
How would you use your powders, eg, garlic, or horseradish, or beetroot.
What is the process?
Dany Robson Does the dehydrating process take out good nutrients from the vegetables/fruit?
Shane Lockwood Are there any fruits or vegetables that can’t be dehydrated or that shouldn’t be used?
Where can you buy?
DLAFO @CARdinals_book kale, then there would be less of it and it could literally be left in the dust.
SL. I have recently been demoted at work and will have more time on my hands to do cooking through the week. What powders would be the best to start with, especially as I’ll be spending more time at my newly-acquired home in Queensland. Something tropical?
Susan Joseph Evans What preservatives does she use? If any. ie lemon juice
Chris Glenn Do the dehydrated, powdered form of the fruits, veges and herbs still affect people with alergies?
Janis Littleton Token hippy question (I know your opinion on some of it 😉) are the ingredients locally sourced, organic, GMO free, etc? Also, gluten, grain free? Good for those with allium intolerances? Yeah, you know me and my hokum foodisms. 😂😂
Alexis Catteley: Q: Pineapple on meat, should it be left in the 80’s?
Chris Glenn What about nuts? Ground nuts?
Michael Allen Where can I get dehydrated water? Sorry that should have read ‘how many roads must a man walk down before he becomes dehydrated ?’
Adrian Miller How many roads must a man walk down?
Kirsty MacGregor How about sweet potato
|00:59:03||Is It News?
|The news history quiz with Nigel Dobson-Keeffe. Read the stories. They get published each Sunday.|
|00:00:00||Adelaide Visa Council
|No case this week.|
|01:18:40|| Musical Pilgrimage
|And our song this week is Rattle and Smoke by The Skeleton Club, selected by our musical curator Dan Drummond.|
|You shouldn’t be looking at them|
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SFX: Throughout the podcast we use free sfx from freesfx.co.uk for the harp, the visa stamp, the silent movie music, the stylus, the radio signal sfx, the wine pouring and cork pulling sfx, and the swooshes around Siri.