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What we learnt from Maggie Beer’s visit?25 June 2019 – posted in: Restaurant, Rosie's Tips, Uncategorized

Maggie said she ‘loves and celebrates each change in the season and the food it brings.’ She remarked that living in the Barossa is ideal for this. Long before her move to the Barossa, Maggie grew up in a household in Western Sydney. She said that  food was always important in her family. They ate on a budget but they ate well, because they knew how to find the best produce in season so it was always full of flavour!  Maggie said her home in the Barossa has had the most influence as there is nothing that compares to growing and harvesting your own food when it comes to expanding food knowledge.

We feel the same at Cupitt’s about our Kitchen Garden as at the moment it is abundant with kale, cabbages, cauliflower, leeks, broccoli, spring onions, lots of salad greens, herbs and rhubarb. The perfect ingredients for hearty seasonal cooking.  It is a bountiful time of year, with every reason to enjoy slow cooked food, great wine and time with your family and friends.

Stop by at sample our delicious Winter menu including the slow cooked Beef Stroganoff we served Maggie when she visited Cupitt’s!

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