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We have heard of deep fried mars bars, pizza and insects, but now you can even deep fry your tequila.

 

Don’t miss out on one of the most successful and fun wine auctions the Western Cape has to offer.

 

Terrified neighbours fled their homes when a city was invaded by more than 150 deadly venomous cobras, according to a report in the Mirror.

 

The 2nd top 10 award in under two weeks. At the inaugural Standard Bank Top 10 Chenin Blanc Challenge held on 27 August,

 

Monday's results from Distell said it all. "The spirits portfolio  showed a volume decline, primarily as a result of the depressed performance of South Africa's brandy category." Now why is this exac

 

MasterChef SA Season 3 has extra special meaning for Franschhoek in that it stars one of its own, none other than chef Reuben Riffel. A celebrity chef in his own right Reuben is recognised throughout

 

This year wine lovers once again put their palates to the test at the South African Wine Tasting Championships. Participants gathered at the Hilton Hotel on the 2nd of August to taste 50 wines, after

 

Sometimes all you need with a beautifully braaied piece of meat, is a good glass of wine – a classic Cabernet Sauvignon with lamb, a juicy Shiraz with beef and an elegant Chardonnay with chicken

 

De Hoop Collection Nature Reserve, Overberg Region, Friday, 5 September to Sunday, 7 September Make a toast to the first weekend of spring and join Strandveld Vineyards, Africa’s southernmost winery

 

The launch of the 2011 High Road Bordeaux blend of Les Sweidan and Mike Church is a red-letter day for a red indeed in the diary of any self respecting boykie (never mind a Mano). It all happened las

 

Chenin Blanc could be the wine that defines South African wines worldwide and seeing the huge advances in quality, style, sophistication and good marketing of the winners this year, it is possible to

 

It is still beetroot season in the winelands and day after day the most glorious bright bulbs are making their way from the garden to the kitchen in the chef’s basket. Chef Michelle Theron with

 

© Cape Times Friday 29th August 2014 Several years ago, I was a judge on a competition for South African women winemakers which, even at the time, I found a little confusing because I can’t really

 

Preparation time 30 mins Cooking time 2 hours 30 mins Total time 3 hours Serves: 4-6 Ingredients for the stew 1kg beef shin 1 onions, finely chopped 1 celery stick, finely chopped 2 carrots, peeled an

 

The Cape’s trendiest home, décor and lifestyle exhibition, the Cape HOMEMAKERS EXPO, will be taking place from 4 to 7 September 2014 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) in the

 

South Africa’s leading olive oil producers were honoured with gold medals at the annual SA Olive Awards. A total of 17 exceptional extra virgin oils received gold medals in three categories  – 3

 

Serves: 4-6 Ingredients 3 large aubergine, sliced into 1cm slices 150g mozzarella 100g Parmesan or Pecorino, grated for the sauce 1 red onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 250g mushr

 

Sterhuis VerticalThere are no reason for words beyond Chardonnay vertical. Happiest human on earth.WHITE:Chardonnay (2004): 1st vintage from the farm, 5 bottles remaining, 100% new oak. Drunk orange b

 

 

Gauteng Tourism is bringing the ‘Gauteng Taste of Africa Dining Experience’  to the 10th TOPS at SPAR Soweto Wine & Lifestyle Festival (4-6 September) giving festival goers the chance to tas

 

The latest in a series of trade wine tastings, The Douglas Green Bellingham trade show was held at the Protea President Hotel in Sea Point.Lisa Keulder and Jacques Roux of Graham BeckGraham Beck MD Ch

 

The grapes for the Place in the Sun Wines are grown by the Carinus Family in the Stellenbosch Wine Appellation. Being certified Fairtrade, each bunch actively contributes to social transformation for

 

Paul de Villiers, the current Cellarmaster of the family owned and run Landskroon Estate is the fifth generation winemaker since the family arrived on Landskroon in 1874. I once asked him who he would