EXPERIENCE BAROSSA FOOD CULTURE
The Barossa food culture is an integral part of the Barossa Valley way of life. Local historian and author, Angela Heuzenroeder set about to ensure the Barossa’s food culture was documented for generations to come by publishing a best selling book “Barossa Food”, which comprises lists of the foods she knew local people had been making for generations.
The book highlights the history of commonly used food preparation techniques such as smoking, pickling and fermenting in typical Barossa cooking, with some of the dishes in Angela’s book dating back to the 1840s.
Angela recognised “…. that visitors and locals alike needed to be reminded about the traditional food of the region and the world needed to know about them before they disappeared… Due to a strong sense of regional identity coming from its distinctive European culture, its shared festivals and its unifying wine industry, the Barossa could lay a very strong claim to having a continuing regional cuisine starting from the earliest white settlement, and was probably the only place in Australia that could do so.”
Please note: Prior arrangement or 48 hours notice is required for supply of the following (and is subject to availability).
Flavours of the Barossa | Traditional Barossa Food Platter
Cost | $90.00
Includes | A large platter as described below.
Description | Enjoy the textures, flavours and aromas of a mixture of local produce including Linkes Central Meat Store smoked meats, such as lachs schinken, smoked ham and leberwurst, BV cheese, Saure Gurken (dill cucumbers), olives and relishes. Served with fresh bread.
Perfect for by the fire in winter or under the verandah in summer!
Cheese Platter for Two
Cost | $90.00
Description | A delicious regional selection of cheeses from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company and accompanied by Maggie Beer quince paste, nuts & dried & fresh fruits.
Flavours of the Barossa | BBQ Dinner for two & Barossa Shiraz
Cost | $110.00
Inclusions | BBQ Dinner supplies as described below and salads.
Description | Enjoy a cooked BBQ, prepared by you at your leisure on the cottage Weber BBQ.
A choice of quality meats prepared by Linke’s Central Meat Store – the home of German made smallgoods.
- Bratwurst sausages (German sausage – served with sauerkraut)
- Kassler Rib
A more traditional Australian style BBQ dinner is also available if desired with premium meats supplied by Linkes butchers.