Duncan Weldgemoed's selfie of the first Howard Twelftree Award, charged with Grenache made by Maynard James Keenan and Taras Ochata at Basket Range in the Adelaide Hills. Inaugural winner Duncan, the brilliant chef at Bistro Dom, is toasting a painting by Stephen Langdon ... Bistro Dom is decked with artworks, all of which are for sale.
Whatter they do with their coffee? Their tea? Their potatoes, for chrissake? According to this dodgy dogma, potatoes get two levels of sin: first, they're boiled. Second, they're strained. Are those poor spuds not natural?
FOOTNOTE: Just by the way, Howard Twelftree and the Howard Twelftree Award have nothing at all to do with the Two Hands winery proprietor Michael Twelftree - other than sharing an unusual Irish name - or the Howard Vineyard at Nairne. It's just been a big fortnight for Howards and Twelftrees.