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  1. LouLou


    Hi all, I’m a 47 year old single Mum of a 10 year old son. Moved to Adelaide 6 years ago now, currently living in the hills but a move on the cards very soon. Am looking to hopefully forge some new friendships. I’m very young at heart and I love watching live bands and going to music festivals, not quite so enjoyable on your own though especially when the majority of the crowd are 20+ as I say, I’m very young at heart and am a huge fan of most of the music that’s played on triple j. I also love visiting quirky bars and cafes etc, love the beach but also the hills! My son is into skateboarding, scootering and downhill racing! Looking forward to hopefully chatting away to some new people soon ?
  2. I had read previous threads in this forum highly recommending David Mawhinney. We have enjoyed his wonderful foods and service for previous parties. His phone just rings out and was wondering if he is still doing catering. If not, can someone here suggest a like-minded person for a party on the 20th of March? Thank you and fingers crossed someone can reply asap. Have made contact with David and his life situation has changed since last we enjoyed his wonderful foods in 2013.
  3. Hello Everybody! Thought it might be nice to organise a little meet up in the CBD on Friday 21st November from around 5pm...just gauging interest right now - does this suit everyone? There's been some interest from a few different people of different ages and backgrounds so it really would be a 'free for all'. If you're interested how about you reply with your name, age, place of origin and a few interests - just so we can start the ball rolling and get a bit of conversation going? Also if you have a particular meeting place in mind then feel free to recommend I'll start it off with: NAME: Karen AGE: 33 years young FROM: North Wales INTERESTS: Live music, comedy shows, outdoor exercise, wine tours and nice food!
  4. Guest


    Decant music. food.atmosphere. join us… Open up and take a breath as we introduce decant – the new monthly social event of the south! Bring your work colleagues and friends to unwind from the week with some of the region’s finest wine and beer, great live music and complimentary nibbles. This month’s Decant will feature: • International award winning wine by McLaren Vale III Associates • Range of Fleurieu beers including McLaren Vale Beer Co, Goodieson Brewery, Swell Brewing Co, Steam Exchange Brewery & Smiling Samoyed • Beer paddles with more than 20 different beers from the region • Fresh, home cooked gourmet pizzas available for purchase • Honest and unique acoustics by songstress Courtney Robb For more information phone 8323 9944 or visit www.onkaparingacity.com/decant Decant will be held on the last Friday of every month at the McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre, Main Road, McLaren Vale.
  5. Guest


    All this talk today of cold weather has spurred me into making soup. Just made big batches of roast red capsicum and tomato soup and my winter staple, butternut pumpkin soup. Bought bags of capsicums and tomatoes from our greengrocer for a few dollars each and pumpkins are very cheap at the moment too. This weeks lunches sorted. Anyone got a good recipe for the ham bone I froze after xmas?
  6. Hi Ladies and Gents, A few of us are going out this weekend - you're very welcome to join us, here's where we are going: Saturday 3rd May - 8pm onwards Sweet Streets - a pop event held in Leigh St and Peel St in the CBD - here's the website: http://www.tastingaustralia.com.au/sweet-streets.htm Sunday 4th May - 11am-5pm Tasting at the Bay, Partridge House, Glenelg, here's the website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1481165692096450/ Both events are free to attend. You just pay for any food/ drink you buy. Let us know if you fancy either Karen
  7. Hello As a Yorkshire girl I love my Sunday Roasts with Yorkshire puddings. Where out there does the best? And what prices? Thank you :-) my tummy is rumbling and I am desperate to find a great place !
  8. Hey guys, Sorry for the short notice, however a few of us are heading over to Fork On The Road (FOTR) tonight at 7ish for some food, drinks and a good laugh - please feel free to join us - anyone welcome, young/ old/ male/ female/ hemaphradite/ a-sexual...etc etc. Be great to meet some new (and not so new) people. Just PM me for contact details. Cheers! Karen PS Websites for the event are here if you want to know more: http://forkontheroad.com.au/discoforkapril4/
  9. 2014 Australia Day Bush Fair Sunday 26 January, 5.30–9.30pm South Adelaide Football Club oval Lovelock Dr, Noarlunga Downs Celebrate the bush to the beach at the very popular City of Onkaparinga Australia Day Bush Fair. Families will love the Bush Fair with a gold coin entry for all free activities and entertainment. Claim your spot on the oval, set up a picnic and be entertained with some fabulous bands; Oz Rock Live and The Amazing Drumming Monkeys and special guest MC Triple M’s Cosi. Explore a variety of stalls offering local food, refreshments, wares and novelties available for purchase. There will be Aussie experiences for everyone including camel and pony rides, rock climbing, sandcastles, Splodge giant games, native animals, the GymBus, face painting, mini train rides and more! Then get ready for a spectacular finale with our 3D fireworks display* synchronised to music. * In the case of extreme weather conditions (or other safety concerns) the fireworks display may be cancelled. Updates will be provided via our social media pages.
  10. Hi ladies and gents, Myself and My friend Jen are heading into the CBD today to sample some food, drink and fun! We're up for meeting new friends - we're both in our early 30s and hail from Betws-Y-Coed in Wales and Ballater in Scotland (respectively). If you're game then reply to this thread and we'll come say hello!
  11. As started by Pablo on PIO ( PIO - Original Thread ) thought it'd be a good one to have on here to! A thread to suggest places to eat/ drink/ socialise/ live music/ good ol' proper pubs... whatever you fancy! Might be good for newbies to find somewhere try or for those who've been in Adelaide for a while to try something new! I'll get it started: Duke of York, Currie St - cheap beer, great atmosphere for after work drinkies and really good and cheap food (3 dollar pizza if memory serves!) Ying Chow, Gouger St - brilliant chinese restaurant - bring a group, order loads and share! The Archer, O'Connell St (North Adelaide) - best beers, excellent cocktails upstairs The Daniel O'Connell, Tynte St (North Adelaide) - best thursday night pub quiz, proper pints of guinness! Griffin's Head, Grenfell St - excellent pub lunch Coopers Alehouse @ The Earl, Pulteney Street - the BIGGEST parmi u will ever see and attempt to conqueor Botanic Bar, North Terrace - fancy cocktail kinda place, best g+t... PJ O'Briens, East Terrace - good ol' irish bar, mind out for the sticky floors! Belgian Beer Cafe, Ebenezer Place - does exactly what it says on the tin - quite pricey and always busy so go early and leave before you empty your wallet! Exeter, Rundle St - good for after work drinks, good music! Goodlife Organic Pizza, Glenelg - AMAZING! Russel's, Willunga - the most amazing pizzas, book WELL in advance and bring an esky with your favourite tipple, enjoy the pizza in the big ol' shed or on a blanket in the garden or in the house if you're very lucky! Worlds End Hotel, Hindley St - great young crowd, awesome beer garden and always a wonky pool table available to while away an evening!
  12. Hi All, Well... finally made the relocation from Sydney to Adelaide. I've been here a couple of months now. My partner and I love a GOOD curry. In fact, the last one I had was during a visit to the "Curry Mile" in Manchester, UK a few years ago. I would be very grateful for some ideas on exceptional Indian restaurants in Adelaide. Somewhere that cooks their food fresh (not the day before), nice and spicy as an Indian meal should be. Excellence is of utmost importance. Kind regards, Roger.
  13. soo_the_panda

    Cost of groceries: Aus vs UK

    So I have spent the last ten minutes doing possibly the most loser-ish thing I have done in a long time and felt the need to share. After keeping my grocery receipts from my weekly shop yesterday, I did a comparison shop on tesco.com... now I must add I wouldn't have often shopped in Tesco in the UK, nor do I often to the majority of my groceries in Woolworths here (most often the majority of fresh food is from Wayville Farmers Markets or the Central Markets). When family/friends come over from the UK they often comment that groceries cost a lot more here... I often agree especially for things like toiletries, cat food etc.. but then in my opinion fresh meat, fish, fruit and veggies are often more reasonable here (and better quality IMO). So - for a typical-ish week's shop for two of us (plus kitten!) we spent $112 in Woolworths Glenelg... this on tesco.com would have cost 62 pounds... so $92 with today's exchange rate. Interested to hear anyone else's opinions of comparative cost of living re groceries etc...
  14. Hi all, I've been to a few great restaurants lately so thought I'd share the recommendations with any other foodies! Let me know your feedback if you try any, or I'd love to hear any other great finds! Cheers. - Mantra on King William Road, Unley. Sensational food, slightly higher prices than average but well worth it. Great service, great wine list. Highly recommend - duck was exquisite (and it's in the entertainment book!) - At the opposite end of the spectrum - Bing's in China Town (east side next door to Dumpling King). This place used to be called Ken's Northern Chinese Cuisine (or similar) and some signage still says this. Anyway - VERY cheap and cheerful - a bit food-courty. Food however is great. Amazing dumplings and roast duck pancakes... plus it's licensed! - Bridgewater Mill in Bridgewater (Adelaide Hills) - really special fine dining. Not cheap but well worth it for a special occasion. - Wasai - fabulous sushi/Japanese place just off Gouger Street (south side, think it's called Field St). The $30 sushi boat is fantastic value. - Bay Bar Dos - tapas place in Glenelg - one of the few places with ocean views. It's in the town hall building (just off Mosely Square). Looks a bit tacky outside but food is great. The prawn pizza is a must!
  15. candylis

    Christmas Ham

    Hi my mum wants to know where she can buy ham to roast or boil not smoked ham for christmas. because we have looked and can't find anything that tastes nice.:v_SPIN:

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