Celebrating all things apple and pear in the Adelaide Hills
No Taste Like Pome
The Big Adelaide Hills Apple & Pear Taste-Off Competition
Visit your favourite Adelaide Hills eatery and discover their dish that heroes apples or pears!
Sweet or Savoury, Apples or Pears – get tasting and VOTE for your favourite dish for a chance to WIN!
There's a prize for VOTERS and a prize for the CHEF!
To cast your vote…
First, visit your favourite Adelaide Hills eatery and discover their dish that heroes apples or pears!
- post a photo on Facebook or Instagram of your favourite apple/pear dish
- include the hashtag #notastelikepome2020
- tag the Adelaide Hills restaurant or café where you bought it
- include a caption (5 words max) to tell us why you loved it
Competition closes 11pm, Monday, August 31, 2020.
See full Terms & Conditions HERE.
Get tasting! There’s NO TASTE LIKE POME
CONDENSED TERMS: See https://apgasa.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Competition-terms-Skill-Based-No-Place-Like-Pome_Final.pdf for full terms. Open to Australian residents over the age of 18. All entrants may enter as many times as they like provided that each entry is unique. Competition opens 25/07/2020 at 09:00 and closes 31/08/2020 at 23:00. Winners judged on 03/09/2020 at 11:00 AM. The total prize pool valued at up to $1000 (incl. GST). The Promoter is Apple & Pear Growers Association of South Australia (ABN 67 813 368 711) of 5 Plummers Road, Lenswood SA 5240.< /small>
…for a chance to WIN!
- The VOTER entry judged the best wins an Apple & Pear Produce Basket to the value of $500 (including, but not limited to apples, pears, ciders, meal vouchers…)
- The CHEF/EATERY voted most popular wins a glass trophy by Adelaide artist Eamonn Vereker Glass. Value: $500.00
Apples and pears are commonly referred to as pome fruits. The word pome is a Middle English term meaning fruit, from Anglo-French pume, pomme apple, fruit, ultimately from Late Latin pomum. It was first used in the late 14th century to describe a fleshy fruit (such as an apple or pear) consisting of an outer thickened fleshy layer and a central core usually with five seeds enclosed in a capsule.
In botany, a pome is a type of fruit produced by flowering plants in the subtribe Malinae of the family Rosaceae.