Michael Stafford – Lobo Apples Adelaide Hills – Interview

Michael Stafford - Lobo Apple - Adelaide Hills

Michael Stafford – Lobo Apples Adelaide Hills – Interview

 
 
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For this week of AgriAdventures in South Australia we will interview Michael Stafford of Lobo Apple and Lobo Cider. Experienced apple grower who has been in Adelaide Hills for generations.

We will talk about the fruit, how it grows and how it is preserved for it be available all year long.

Enjoy!

McCarthy’s Orchard – Interview with Lisa (new15 mins. format)

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McCarthy’s Orchard – Interview with Lisa (new15 mins. format)

 
 
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New 15 mins format for AgriAdventures Radio/Video and Live program. This week we will have a chat with Lisa McCarthy’s from McCarthy’s Orchard in McLaren Vale. What the orchard produces, where to find it, but also… What was the impact of the COVID Isolation on the business and the industry in the area? What is the expectation from Lisa, of the tourism post-pandemic, and, what are the challenges of managing a family business in food production in South Australia! All concentrated in just 15 mins, easy to listen, and enjoy for the new busy world of social entertainment on AgriAdventures.

Chaffey Bros Wine Interview

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Chaffey Bros Wine Interview

 
 
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Radio, Video interview with @Daniel Hartwig and @Theo Engela, from Chaffey Bros. Wine Co. Barossa Valley.

Interesting interview about Barossa wine style, business choices, and wine passion from two brothers (in low) and a crazy Italian Sommelier.

Today episode of AgriAdventures Radio Program on Radio Italia Uno Uno.12:00-01:00 PM or replica Sunday 04:00 PM.

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#chaffeybroswine
#barossawine
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Kane Pollard – Radio Interview

Kane Pollard Interview Radio Podcast

Kane Pollard – Radio Interview

 
 
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Radio, Video interview with @Kane Pollard, Chef, and patron at the Topiary cafe’ in Tea Tree Gully, South Australia.

Interesting interview about life and passion of a Chef who chooses the “slow” food approach in a fast-food market.

Plus, thoughts about Hospitality, challenges in the industry, and the new era of the home online live experiences with food delivery at home.

English start at mins. 12:25

See the first events created in cooperation with AgriAdventures here:
Topiary Virtual Food Experience at Home
https://www.agriadventures.com.au/events/

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#thetopiarycafe
#liveonlinefoodexperiences
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Hospitality Post Corona

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Hospitality Post Corona

 
 
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Analisys of the industry and possible changes will apply for the Hospitality, Tourism and Food production after the coming of the Corona Virus.

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Wine tasting experiences with Oxenberry Farm, settlement place in McLaren Vale, South Australia

Episode in Italian and English, for English go to minute 22:00

Giuseppe Nasti – Helathy Nasti Kitchen

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Giuseppe Nasti – Helathy Nasti Kitchen
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Giuseppe Nasti is from Italy, he has come over in Australia in 2012 looking for better opportunities for his family, as former Chef Australia, especially Victoria has provided him the opportunity for finding a job an stay, but moving in South Australia he has finally found his way in business and bread.

 

Giuseppe is passionate about food from the A to the Z even, he stops pretty soon at letter B when it comes to the big love. He works as a baker and dreams of a place near a lake with a garden and a big bookshelf where welcomes friends and guests to get Healthy in body, mind, and spirit. That is why his starting business project “Healthy Nasti Kitchen, talks about sourdough making classes”, the first step to the whole picture, like any good entrepreneur, sees the pathway and follows it one step at the time.

AgriAdventures Interview, in a car, with a warm day of the end of summer in South Australia, while the Covid-19 showcase its psychological power to the local population.

Cheers

Simone Berliat

 

Vanessa Hoo – Mademoiselle Bee

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Vanessa Hoo – Mademoiselle Bee
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Radio Interview with Vanessa Hoo, owner, and creator of Mademoiselle Bee a beekeeping firm based in Adelaide that allows city people to reconnect with nature through home bees keeping.

 

ENG – Gin & Quinine – AgriAdventures Episode

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ENG – Gin & Quinine – AgriAdventures Episode
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AgriAdvenutres radio Episode about Gin and Tonic Water.

Modern aperitif with old medicament uses again one of the most difficult sicknesses to cure in human history. Malaria.

Gin is a distillate base on different sweet juices, mainly grain or potatoes based, which after distillation get added of Juniper and other botanicals, used back in the days as rudimental medicine for help on better health.

Tonic Water, a water infusion of Quinine, one of the most powerful natural cures for malaria which, back in the days allowed to cure millions of people and still in use in Malaraia’s countries.

Those two ingredients have been mixed first time from the British army in order to make it the best way to stay healthy for army men during India’s colonization, and now is one of the most popular cocktails to sip bar and nightclubs.

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