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Where to eat in the Barossa Valley, South Australia: Chef Ryan Edwards

Ryan Edwards likes going for bush walks in his spare time. Photo: SuppliedExecutive Chef Ryan Edwards grew up on a small mixed farm in the Barossa. He has a genuine connection to the land and a love of real food and food traditions. He worked in deluxe resorts in Far North Queensland and the Gold Coast before returning to the Barossa in 2004, eventually joining the team at Appellation at The Louise in 2008. Under his hand, the restaurant has received many accolades and is considered one of the best in Australia. See appellation南京夜网419论坛. WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE TABLE IN THE BAROSSA VALLEY?
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The Barossa offering for dining is becoming a varied and ever-expanding one, however, as a chef and a keen Barossa Farmers Market attendee, there is no second for the market burger on a Saturday morning. Barossa Heritage Pork free range bacon, Waechter’s free range egg, caramelised onion, Al’s baby spinach, Eleni’s delicious bun and Farm Follies chutney is a glorious combination of local produce, and the sense of community at the shared tables. See barossafarmersmarket南京夜网419论坛. THE LOCAL FOOD DISCOVERY OF THE PAST YEAR?

My local food discovery of 2015 would have to have been picking muntries in the Adelaide Hills. A friend of mine, John from Cornucopia Olive Oil asked if I wanted to join him for the day in a hunt for the small native apple. It was a great experience and it went into making some of the best chutney and jam I have ever made. WHAT IS THE BAROSSA VALLEY’S BEST-KEPT FOOD SECRET?

There is a little old lady, but don’t let that fool you, who makes the best jams, jellies and preserves – possibly in the world. She is a CWA hero and has probably never lost at cooking in her life. She is so protective of her recipes that during the making of a documentary about her, she locked the cameras in a separate room during some of the processing. The evidence is there for all to taste at the market quite often, and her plum jam and mustard pickles are out of control. PLACE TO GO ON A DAY OFF?

Kaiserstuhl is a conservation park in the Barossa Ranges. It has panoramic views of the Barossa Valley and has two great short bush walks that are full of flora and fauna from this region. It’s a great spot to takes the kids for a picnic and the likelihood of seeing a kangaroo is pretty high. See environment.sa.gov419论坛. FAVOURITE INDULGENCE IN THE BAROSSA VALLEY?

We are fortunate to have many great cellar doors, and many different subregions and winemaking styles that it could be a nearly endless search for the best wines in the Barossa. Most of these places offer great food offerings for lunch. You could indulge for as long as your body can keep up. PLACE TO GO FOR A BIG NIGHT OUT?

Big arvo out is what I look for, a Sunday Funday with live music and great food at Gibson Wines is probably the most enjoyable way to spend a very rare Sunday off and best way to relax with family and drink some great wines. See gibsonwines南京夜网419论坛. BEST TIME TO VISIT, AND WHY, FOOD-WISE, IN THE BAROSSA VALLEY?

In mid-April every second year we have one of the best food and wine tourism events in Australia happening, with the Barossa Vintage Festival. With 95 events over five days, with everything from foot-stomping grapes to long lunches and serious wine education, it has something for everyone. It also draws some of South Australia’s best chefs, showcasing all of what this state has to offer. See barossavintagefestival南京夜网419论坛. WHAT SHOULD A VISITOR AVOID, FOOD-WISE, IN THE BAROSSA VALLEY?

Lukewarm pies from the petrol station – no matter how much you indulged the day before.

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