Grow Your Own – Chapel St Community Garden

Grow your Own

This is a basic vegetable garden course over 6 weeks – From 21 Feb. to 28 March.

Each week we will cover the practical garden knowledge you will need to grow your own garden.
The Chapel Street Community Garden has a focus on gardening in sync with our environment.
From this course, you will have the basic information to help you make informed choices and be able to grow your garden as you wish – planting the vegetables that you want to eat.
Each week will focus on a different topic. Using a garden bed we prepare together. You will get your hands in the soil and compost, start some seeds for your garden.

Topics include:
Getting to know your garden space create a planting calendar

  • Propagation and sowing your own seeds (for your garden)
  • Keeping your soil productive and healthy
  • Seed saving for next year and to share
  • Pests and guests – getting the balance

Ticket priority will be given to City of Burnside Residents initially, as the council funded the program. If you miss out on the general tickets, please register your interest by joining the waiting list through the contact below.

Check out the Food Embassy website: here

Older children are welcome to join the program but must be accompanied by an adult.
A Covid19 safe plan will be finalized according to the government’s advice at the time.

This will be provided closer to the commencement of the sessions.

For more food events check out the AgriAdventures calendar: here

the food embassy picture
Grow your own vegetable garden

Home Gelato Making Masterclass with Bononia

Bononia Gelato HOmemaking experience
Mastro Gelatiere Bononia
Mastro Gelatiere Bononia

Description

Do you want learn how to make Artisan Gelato, Sorbets at Home?

With Bononia Gelato making Masterclass a two hours sessions in the Bononia Ice Cream facilities.

You will learn from our in-house gelatiere all the required knowledge and tips to make high-quality gelato and sorbets for your home.

One 2 hours sessions: Description

  1. Ugo Capasso Class
    Ugo Capasso Class

    First Hour: we will introduce you to the Gelato science, techniques, and ingredients required for a good high-quality artisan gelato at home.

  2. Second Hour: we will practice our Gelato theory making our first one together Gelato and Sorbetto.

Everything taught from our Mastro gelatiere from Italy.

This is a course for serious ice cream aficionados and hospitality professionals.

What is Included:

  • All tools required will be provided
  • You will take home your own beautifully hand made Gelato + 1 of Bononia Gelato base (up 1kg ice cream at home)
  • Bononia Gelato
    Bononia Gelato

    Small brochure with recipes and technical information

What is required:

Pls. present yourself up to 10 mins before the booked time at the Bononia Gelato Venue.

Note:

Late arrivals will be accommodated with a quick summary if possible in the time available.

Cirelli Coffee Experience October 2020

cirelli coffee event

The Cirelli Coffee Roasting Experience aims to cater to anyone with an interest or love of coffee.

We want it to be an energizing coffee experience and a fantastic way to build knowledge of the art of roasting and different brewing options.

We will talk about coffee and work our way through a range of brewing methods in a real working coffee Roastery.

In this session, will talk about:

  1. Coffee Types
  2. Coffee Origins
  3. Coffee Roasting
  4. Brewing Methods – Siphon, Cold Drip, Pour-over, AeroPress.
  5. Latte Art

 

It starts off with a coffee and a demonstration roast on the Giesen W15.

There is nothing like a pot of a good brew to bring everyone together whilst watching the roast that produced it in the first place.

Shortly after there is a little theory about coffee types, coffee origins and brewing.

The aim is to give everyone who participates a better appreciation of coffee.

It will also give them something to talk about amongst friends, where you can really sound like the coffee ‘aficionado’.

Take Cirelli’s finest coffee beans at home.

You don’t leave empty-handed grab one of our coffee bean bags with a $5 dollars discount redeemed bring home a taste Cirelli’s ‘good stuff ‘.

Cirelli Coffee Roasting Experience

cirelli coffee event

The Cirelli Coffee Roasting Experience aims to cater to anyone with an interest or love of coffee.

We want it to be an energizing coffee experience and a fantastic way to build knowledge of the art of roasting and different brewing options.

We will talk about coffee and work our way through a range of brewing methods in a real working coffee Roastery.

In this session, will talk about:

  1. Coffee Types
  2. Coffee Origins
  3. Coffee Roasting
  4. Brewing Methods – Siphon, Cold Drip, Pour-over, AeroPress.
  5. Latte Art

 

It starts off with a coffee and a demonstration roast on the Giesen W15.

There is nothing like a pot of a good brew to bring everyone together whilst watching the roast that produced it in the first place.

Shortly after there is a little theory about coffee types, coffee origins and brewing.

The aim is to give everyone who participates a better appreciation of coffee.

It will also give them something to talk about amongst friends, where you can really sound like the coffee ‘aficionado’.

Take Cirelli’s finest coffee beans at home.

You don’t leave empty-handed grab one of our coffee bean bags with a $5 dollars discount redeemed bring home a taste Cirelli’s ‘good stuff ‘.

Speciality coffee Online Live Brewing coffee session July 2020

Elementary Coffee Live Online Experience

Do you like to brew your favorite coffee at home with your Aeropress/v60 or other lovely tools?
Experiencing the joy and (some times) the drama of recipe making.

Join us of a coffee chat, share your favorite black sip, and network with other specialty coffee lovers in South Australia.

Live Online Experience (for now)!

What expect:

Chat, relax… possible active interaction.

Coffee BYO (for the moment).

  • Take out your coffee love with questions to ask at the group
  • share some of your secret coffee recipes and
  • enjoy a cup with some other coffee lover like you

Coffee Roasting Esperience Elementary Coffee

elementary roastery
AND FINALLY, WE ARE BACK!
Excited about a new coffee roasting season here in Adelaide? YEAH!? You should… Saturday 11th at 2:00 PM we have the first ROASTING coffee experience on AgriAdventures!
 
We will be able to see and learn about the Elementary Coffee Roastery.
  • Communication of the roaster, (name, brand, style… ecc. ecc.)
  • Roasting experience. (see the coffee roasting process, coffee beans intro, answer questions)
  • Coffee tasting to tasting the roaster style, one coffee at your choice.
  • Option on buying products.

Total 0:45 – 1:00 hour

RSVP you in for this FREE AGRIADVENTURES EXPERIENCE! 
P.S. THIS IS NOT AN ONLINE EVENT!
The venue will be available for us after closing time so no Covid-19 risks around. 🙂

Wine appreciation “Natural Wines” Virtual Experience July 2020

Commune of Buttons wine tasting

What I will drink this week.

Commune of Buttons – Chardonnay 2018 – Natural Wine

Adelaide Hills

Let’s have a fun wine chat together, meet online to know each other, and share some of our favorite wine stories and more.

Bring your own, enjoying a social wine experience without leaving your home.

Fun, safe, and cozy!

What is Required:
Internet connection
Phone or laptop
Your wine
Snacks

Just access the AgriAdventures Virtual room an be ready to be social and meet other wine lovers.

You can find it in the website event link.

Cheers

Commune Of Buttons Chardonnay Natural wine
Commune Of Buttons Chardonnay Natural wine
Commune Of Buttons Chardonnay 2018
Commune Of Buttons Chardonnay 2018

Topiary Virtual Food Experience at Home

Topiary Experience 1

Have you ever dreamed to cook a meal with a chef?

Experiencing more about food, learning some of the secrets and art behind one of the most intriguing human being activities?

Join us in one of the first virtual experiences with Kane Pollar, chef and patron at the Topiary Cafe’ in Tea Tree Gully.

Extraordinary and innovative food/live experience for you to enjoy directly at home.

  1. Add you Virtual ticket (only one required per household)
  2. Select the number of DATE NIGHT SORTED special menu portions.
  3. Add the wine matched for the experience and proceed to your order; we will do the rest!

Food and wine will be delivered at your home’s previous experience date and you will be able to meet Kane and our Sommelier Simone Berliat for the first virtual live online experience in your life!

What to expect?

Something fun, educative, and yummy in one unique way.

What do you need?

You will need to cook, just a bit, just enough…

Warm-up your oven at 220 c. grub your preferred plates in number for your guests and, if you have a microwave, you will need it just for 30 secs. unless you can still use the oven.

You also will need some tech available.

A laptop might be fine if just a couple of you are involved; just make sure to be able to see us when cooking and dining.

You can interact in many ways, microphone and speakers from your device should be fine, Bluetooth headset it might be a better option if you move a lot.

What is on the menu?

See what Kane Pollard, chef, and Patron at the Topiary cafe’ has to say about.

Wine? Two options are chosen from our Sommelier from the Topiary wine selection for you to experience directly at home.

 

 

Dietary Options?

Vegetarian and gluten-free available with seasonal ingredients from the garden.

Just specific your request in the order notes.

Is there a limit where I can have it?

Yes, Unfortunately, this is a dedicated REAL service with SUPER FRESH food coming directly from the Topiary cafe’ kitchen, so pls, check the map below and see if you are covered from this first virtual experience. If not, please leave a comment below where you wish to receive this service and we will be working hard on making it possible.

Topiary Delivery Coverage map
Topiary Delivery Coverage map

For more precise geolocation add your postcode into the cart shop and you will see if you are covered from our delivery!

Food Delivery Time

Delivery time is Saturday 16th from 12:00 to 6:00 pm we will get in contact with you when preparing for the experience.

 

Whish to see you all!

Have a great day from Simone and Kane!

 

Adelaide Showground Farmers’ market

Adelaide Showground Farmers Market

Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market is a not-for-profit organization which provides selling facilities for local producers every Sunday 09:00 – 01:00 PM, the first market was held on 2nd October 2006 in the historic Royal Adelaide Showgrounds with the indoor stalls set up in the Beef Cattle Pavillion. When you shop at the market you support small family farms, agricultural diversity and fresh, seasonal food. Entry is FREE with an average of 90 stalls each week, changing with the seasons and around 6,000 visitors every Sunday

All produce must be grown and made in South Australia (there are exemptions for things like coffee and rice that are not grown locally)

Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market is open 9am – 1pm every Sunday on Leader St, Wayville. Market facilities include indoor and outdoor stalls, shelter, parking, bike racks, toilets and ATMs. 

The stalls are run and manned by the people who grow the food, a great chance to talk to local farmers about the food we grow in South Australia, enjoy breakfast, lunch or a really good cup of coffee.

PatLin Gardens:

The Food Forest

Market Facilities

  • ATMs – There are ATM’s available inside the market. Some stallholders have eftpos facilities but many only accept cash.
  • Toilets – There are male, female and disabled public toilets just behind the Market Pavilion.
  • Baby changing – the female toilets have baby changing facilities.
  • Shade and shelter – There is undercover seating inside the market pavilion and  at the outdoor cafes.
  • Weather – The market is open every Sunday (apart from during the Royal Adelaide Show) regardless of weather but the market may close earlier during extreme weather events.
  • Dogs at the Market – Registered assistance dogs are permitted at the Market. Adelaide Showground Farmers’ Market is a busy food market so other dogs are not allowed due to health and safety concerns.  We offer free ‘pooch parking’ where our volunteers keep your dog safe, watered and spoilt while you shop.
  • Smoking – The market is a smoke-free area.

Market Members can purchase an annual car parking pass which allows them to park all day on Sundays (except during the Royal Adelaide Show).

Check out Food events available now on AgriAdventures

See the Adelaide Showground website for more information and a site map.  

Parking, Access and Facilities for People with Disability

Accessibility – The market is completely on the flat and there is an accessible toilet in the main toilet block behind the Market Pavilion.

Disabled Parking – Parking spaces are available for people with a disability (see above for parking fees). Enter the Showground from Leader Street and in ‘Car Park 2’ there are 11 designated disabled badge parking spaces as well as a further 6 disabled badge parking spaces within the Showground.

AgriAdventure

To purchase products and experiences

containing alcohol you need

to be 18