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Amber Share and Kevin Lynch go native

March 2, 2010 6:39 pm

In a blog that’s part travel journal and part recipe book, Amber Share and Kevin Lynch have a passion for food, wine and photography, in no particular order.

They are a well-oiled team of chef/photographer and sommelier working together to create Native Food and Wine.

Amber Share and Kevin Lynch

Amber Share and Kevin Lynch bring exotic cuisine to your table top

They combined their 30 years expertise in cooking, oenology and cultural history to create this food, wine and travel web site.

What inspires them most?

“The way that communities and cultures preserve their heritage, understand their land and meet their needs both for their survival and enjoyment,” Amber says.

“To study this more closely, we have set off on a gastronomic and cultural tour of the globe to research and record how people have historically and currently produce what they eat and drink.”

Phew! Sounds like a ton of work to me, but they pull it off extremely well.

The site is a feast for the eyes as well as being a well-designed and thoroughly researched blog.

You can find great stuff like the story of the Barossa Valley vineyards and learn all about the rare breeds of bees on Kangaroo Island.

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2 Responses to “Amber Share and Kevin Lynch go native”

  1. I love there site! Kevin’s insightful musings coupled with Ambers gorgeous photos. What a team!!

    By Elizabeth Minchilli on September 29, 2010 at 5:32 am

  2. I agree with your view that understand their land and meet their needs both for their survival and enjoyment.Really matters these things in life.

    By roy li on November 16, 2010 at 7:35 am

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