Embark on a culinary journey with Flavours of South Australia


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The latest book from Smudge Publishing, Flavours of South Australia, takes readers on an adventure that uncovers the state’s most desirable culinary destinations.

Available from December 2015, the book showcases local restaurants, wineries, bars and producers with eloquent descriptions, beautiful photography, illustrated maps and unique recipes.

Flavours of South Australia journeys from Adelaide’s dining hotspots to the worldrenowned wineries and producers of the Barossa, McLaren Vale and Clare Valley.

The guide also includes quintessentially South Australian produce from the Southern Flinders Ranges, the Limestone Coast and the Eyre Peninsula.

Jonette George, Editor-In-Chief of Smudge Publishing, wanted to celebrate South
Australia’s impressive food and wine scene following the success of the publishing group’s award-winning series, which includes Flavours of Melbourne, Flavours of Sydney and Flavours of Queensland.

“It’s no secret that South Australia has plenty to offer in terms of food, wine and fresh produce. We worked with South Australian contributors to identify the best of the state and showcase it in a beautiful book.” said Jonette.

Flavours of South Australia features more than 130 amazing restaurants, bars, producers and winemakers from across the state, including icons such as Henschke, Penfolds and Maggie Beer, alongside culinary hotspots such as 2KW Restaurant & Bar, Bread & Bone and Andre’s Cucina & Polentar Bar.

Best of all, readers are able to replicate their incredible dining experiences at home, with a host of signature recipes from culinary experts such as Jock Zonfrillo, Jordan Theodoros, Duncan Welgemoed and Sean Connolly.

The Smudge Publishing team’s expertise is also available online at smudgeeats.com. au. The digital space is devoted to showcasing exceptional food, wine and coffee experiences from all over Australia.

Flavours of South Australia is available from December 2015 from smudgeeats.com. au/bookshop and through all leading bookstores. RRP $80.

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