We all love Easter for one reason or another. For our family, it’s all about spending time with the kids, time off work, feasting on amazing food & wine, and camping. Pre-planning is the key to success, so we thought we’d share some amazing food and wine that you should try and nab before Good Friday rolls around and you find everything closed.
It’s not Easter until you whip out the chocolates and it just so happens that we’ve found some of the best handmade artisan chocolate going around. These chocolates are so beautiful and so delicious – that in all honesty – it’ll be hard to part with them. If you’re consider buying these as gifts, make sure you’re sticking around for when the lucky duck opens them or buy double and treat yo’ self.
For the gin enthusiasts alike out there, you’ll lose your minds over Just Bliss’ Gin & Tonic Easter egg (see below).
Just Bliss Gin & Tonic Milk Chocolate Easter Egg
If you don’t want to overload on sugar at Easter, there are plenty of other amazing savoury options. Like one of our favourite Adelaide Hills cheesemakers, Udder Delights, does this incredible cheese FONDUE at their cellar door. Served up with yummy morsels – including local kabana, baby gherkins, mini balsamic pickled onions, Hills pears and lots of hot, freshly baked baguettes – dipped into a mouth-watering, molten cheese lava.
Add it to your platter, have it on its own, top it with fruit and honey – however you choose to eat it – please just make sure you buy yourself some Woodside Cheese for Easter. With an accolade of International awards behind them and a fan base growing in cult-like numbers, they’re not both moreish and beautiful to look at.
If you’ve got family or friends coming to yours over the Easter long weekend, you’re going to want to have enough food to go around and it’s fair to say most of us will want to put out more than just the ‘ol Jatz and dip to really make the four day break really like a holiday. There’s a reason why Foodland Frewville has been dubbed the World’s Best Supermarket two years in a row. They’re your one stop shop.
They have a great deli and bakery, a fantastic fruit & veg section and even their own florist. If you’re running out of time this week though, they can help you get organised with pre-ordering fish and meats as well as charcuterie board. If you’re planning on going meat-free for Good Friday? Foodland Frewville are doing Easter specials on salmon, whole baby barramundi, oysters and Spencer Gulf whole prawns
Just be sure to place your order 48 hours ahead of time.
Here’s some inspo from Adelaide peeps Graze Gourmet Platter Co who are killing the platter game:
Foodland Frewville are CLOSED on Good Friday 14 April , Sunday 16 and Monday 17 April.
OPEN on Saturday 15th.
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