One of the things Jamie loves most about the Barossa is that she can go out and find so many fresh, locally-grown and produced foods so close to home. Here are three of her favorite places.
She tells me the butcher down at Schulz’s butcher shop is her new boyfriend. I feel a bit lessened knowing that you can become my wife’s boyfriend by helping her figure out how much half a pound is in kilograms. Whatever. All the meats are fresh and fab. I particularly like the “Country Killed Meat” slogan on the sign. Mmmmm.
This is Jamie rubbing her tummy in the Tanunda Bakery. Even when we don’t buy anything we like to go in just to smell the fresh-baked breads and cakes and cinnamon rolls and everything else on the shelves. It’s the best bakery this side of the Caren & Stella Ginsberg’s kitchen.
The stylish Barossa Cheese Company, where Jamie stops every week or so to pick up a few of her favorites. Being the cheese connoisseur that I am, I always say, “Get me some cheddar.”