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Our CBD has the reputation for running efficiently along straight lines of the grid pattern set out by Colonel Light, and that’s the case for every major city street but one…
Have you ever wondered why all the other major terraces are straight, but East Terrace Zig-zags its way from one end to the other? Grant Cameron takes a look back at the history of East Terrace through the ages.
May is the month for Mothers and SALIFE MAGAZINE this month is celebrating some recipes which have been handed down through generations. Rosa Matto demonstrates how easy it is to make an Asian Favourite at home with a Chinese Dumpling recipe that dates back through the history of one Hong Kong family.
Mark Soderstrom hops on board the ‘HandleBar’, a 15 seater bike that also doubles as a mobile bar. Popular in Europe, these people-powered machines are a real head-turner and the HandleBar is the first of its type to hit the streets here in Australia. Owner /driver and bartender for the day Jason took us on one of the first rides around Adelaide’s CBD.
Now that the cold wet days are almost upon us Michael Keelan has a timely reminder in his May Garden Diary of those pre-winter jobs you should be getting stuck into this month.
May is also the time to plant Bulbs so he shares some handy tips and ideas of what to plant right now for an amazing colourful surprise come Springtime!
Latest SA LIFE Stories
Surprising South West
Callum Hann takes a wander around the south western corner of Adelaide where he discovers plenty of delicious (and somewhat surprising) food and wine experiences to be found – if you know where to look!
Grant Cameron discovers the story behind some old stone cellars from an early winery known as Auldana.
The New Look Henley Square
Kelly Golding takes a look at Henley Square after its recent $8.4 million dollar upgrade.
One Paddock Currency Creek Winery
Briony Hume spends the afternoon at the newly-opened ‘One Paddock’ Currency Creek Cellar Door.
Robe: The New Food Revolution
Robe is undergoing a new food revolution: the main strip now a tempting hub offering plenty of great Limestone Coast food and wine experiences all year round.
April Garden Diary 2016
Michael Keelan presents some timely garden tips for Autumn.
Pumpkin Chiffon Pie
Rosa Matto shares a traditional pumpkin pie recipe passed down through an American family for generations.
Jimmy Smiths Dairy Bed and Breakfast
Kelly Golding discovers an old dairy that’s now a luxury escape. ‘Jimmy Smiths Dairy’ is a stylish B&B near Port Elliot that offers a slice of rural life on the edge of this popular seaside town.