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Date & time Jan 18
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Russell's Pizza has a clear run to continue to operate in the evenings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6pm til 11.30pm. Russell's also has a more expansive menu, but Pizza Kneads is slightly cheaper with 12 inch pizzas priced at $22.

Pizza Kneads hopes to extend its opening times in the future, but in the meantime its pizzas can be taken away or enjoyed in the shared courtyard or at the long table at Hither Yon (see picture of the cellar door interior with long table at the top of this column) with a glass of its handmade wine, or with an excellent coffee from Three Monkeys caf and providore next door.

Three years ago, the Greenrod brothers, Marty and Jake of GoodLife Pizza, expanded into wine at McMurtrie Road Wines, with winemaker Ian Hongell on board.

Their vineyard located between McLaren Vale and Willunga has produced Happy Days, a Shiraz Cabernet blend that won Best Shiraz Blend at the 2014 McLaren Vale Wine Show.

The brothers also plan to release a two year old red soon.

Happy Days and Reincarnation Red (when released later this month) are available at GoodLife Pizza restaurants, East End Cellars and the Edinburgh Cellars.

The Willunga Farmers' Market has just been extended, taking over the Willunga Library carpark space on the corner of St Peters and Main streets andallowing another 10 stalls to participate in the Saturday morning trade.

"New stallholders include Yaralla Worms, doing worm castings and compost, and Starlight Springs with heirloom and unusual vegetables, such as a tromboncino (a gourd shaped squash)," says assistant market manager Billy Doecke.

In the next few weeks as the new stalls are added the number of stallholders will cartier bracelet rose fake increase to 75.

Real French food

Food champion Jen Hanna's little Frenchy restaurantLa Terre, on Willunga's High Street, has just been sold to Parisian couple Tarik and Sandrine Maltret, who have plans to expand the menu and wine list.

"Tarik will continue with the dishes La Terre has become known for," says Hanna.

"Coq au vin, cassoulet, salmon carpaccio (made with house cured salmon) and mussels will remain, but he will offer more substantial meat dishes, develop the wine list and introduce a Sunday lunch."

Before opening La Terre five years ago, Hanna spent many years cultivating South Australia's food culture, supplying cheese to the Adelaide Central Market, acting as an agent for Melbourne's Italian food and wine merchant Enoteca Sileno, and then starting Adelaide's version, Bottega Rotolo. In 2001, with Jill McBain, Zannie Flannagan and others, she got the Willunga Farmers' Market up and running.

"I've taken Tarik and Sandrine to meet all my suppliers," says Hanna.

"Tarik's a sensational chef he's going to give all the guys around here a run for their money."

Hanna plans to continue running her Willunga Farmers' Market coffee van, Piccolo Espresso, and to develop her new business importing handmade English trugs (wooden baskets traditionally made from chestnut and willow that were mainly used for gardening and became popular after Queen Victoria bought several for members of the royal family at the Great Exhibition of 1851).

Fringe Food

Food is playing a big part at the Fringe Festival this year. As well as many of Adelaide's best food trucks being present, some of South Australia's best restaurants will showcase their in house menus with a festival twist.

Fork on the Road will be in Victoria Square at the Royal Croquet Club on February 15 for lunch between 11am and 3.30pm, with food truck favourites including cartier bracelet diamond cheap Burger Theory, LocaPops,Sneaky Pickle, Delectaballs, and new vendors Skwish and Delicious Monster.

StreetADL, Quiet Waters, Spice Kitchen and Mangia Mangia by Andr's Cucina are just a few of the restaurants dishing up at the Royal Croquet Clubstarting this Friday and running until March 15. Restaurant hours will be Tuesday to Friday from 5pm to 11pm, Saturday and Sunday from midday till midnight, and Monday, March 9, from 12pm to 11pm.

Chef Victor Liong of Melbourne's Le Ho Fook is back in Adelaide for a one night only banquet at Golden Boy on February 16. Liong will present his take on the Golden Boy "Tuk Tuk" with his good mates chefs Duncan Welgemoed from Africola and Theewin Chuajuk from Golden Boy. There will be two sittings (6pm and 8.30pm) and tickets are $58 per person. Book online hereor call call 8227 0799.

Edible cocktails at Fear Delight. Photo InDaily

But the ultimate food event at Fringe this year is Fear Delight at the Garden of Unearthly Delights, where music, circus, spectacle and culinary wonderment will be combined in a sexy, interactive feast of theatre and food.

Restricted cartier bracelet white price to just 100 people per night, The Complete Experience includes a dinner under the stars that will surprise and challenge culinary connoisseurs with inventive dishes that aren't quite what they seem.

Think oysters with black seafood and sand, beef jerky served on cow skulls with a mayonnaise of ants and larvae, an edible cocktail ofseaweed jelly, water plants, frog spawn, roasted meal worms and fried grasshopper, all washed down withcocktails such as Holy Negroni cartier bracelet pink price (white grappa, Cocchi Americano and holy water) and Vodka Blacktail (vodka and black sambucca served with charcoal blackened ice).

More new bar news

Chianti Classico has just opened a Euro style bar serving tapas style food next door to the restaurant on Hutt Street.

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