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Active Retirees : Active Retirees Oct-Nov
Active RetireesTM | 23 To market Open Tuesday to Saturday every week of the year, the Central Market in Adelaide’s CBD is a stunning showcase of fresh, local produce. Perfect for the cosmopolitan traveller, the Central Market offers an opportunity to experience country town culture without actually having to leave the city. A little further out, the Adelaide Showground Far mers Market runs each Sunday from 9am-1pm in Goodwood. From organic fruit to native flora-flavoured ice-cream, shoppers can choose from a rich smorgasbord of both traditional and eccentric delicacies. Eager to hunt out the very best produce Adelaide has to offer? Jump in the car for a half hour’s drive to the Adelaide Hills Farmers Market. Every Saturday morning come rain, hail or shine, the market promises to deliver authentic, fresh produce. •• Adelaide's Central Market is a haven for foodies: feast on organic fruit, chomp stinky cheese and sample delicious delights from the many delis. R The Barossa and McLaren Vale vineyards are a great escape right on the city's doorstep. R What: The Adelaide Good Food and Wine Show When: 7-9 October, 2011 Where: Adelaide Showgrounds Come for the wine and stay for the cheese. This travelling exhibition promises a stellar line-up of celebrity chefs, live cooking classes and of course, more samples than you can poke a toothpick at. W: www.goodfoodshow.com.au What: Gorgeous Festival When: 26 November Where: McLaren Vale Gorgeous Festival is a celebration of music, food and wine on the Fleurieu Peninsula. 2011 will be this event’s inaugural year, with a diverse mix of performance artists and culinary offerings to suit a broad audience. W: www.gorgeousfestival.com.au What: Crush Festival When: 30 January Where: Adelaide Hills Spread over 30 locations, the Adelaide Hills Crush Festival invites foodies and wine connoisseurs to enjoy the locally cultivated produce in a festival-style atmosphere. W: crushfestival.com.au What: Riverland Wine and Food Festival When: 13-16 October Where: Murray River, Berri Showcasing the talents of nine local wineries and a smorgasbord of musical talent, the Riverland Wine and Food Festival offers a series of events for epicureans with slightly more boutique tastes. Be sure to sign up for the wine appreciation and blending course at 919 Wines. W: riverlandwineandfoodfestival.com ONE IN THE HAND Opening its doors to the public in 2005, Bird in Hand is a relatively young winery run by passionate viticulturist and winemaker Andrew Nugent. For the ultimate in decadence, pre-order a winery platter to enjoy with a bottle and a friend for just $45. The package includes: • local cheese • frittata of the day • almond, fennel and ginger dukkah • olives • cured meats • artisan bread W: www.birdinhand.com.au Festival fever
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