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DrinkMate Is A Tiny, Plug-In Breathalyzer For Android Devices

Devices that plug into smartphones to augment the built-in sensors with additional smarts are continuing to make their way to market, many fueled by crowdfunding.


Celebrate the arrival of spring with this boozy snow cone

Spring has sprung and what better way to get into the swing of this than a fruity show cone.


Baked Parmesan Tomatoes

A sprinkle of Parmesan and a drizzle of olive oil transform tomatoes into the perfect side dish.


Hello Chardonnay!

“Ripe fresh citrus flavours. A creamy edge that adds depth from careful oaking which settles like a light silk scarf. A stunner.”

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The High Road releases new 2011 vintages of its elegant Bordeaux blends

The High Road, the petite boutique winery located in the vibrant Bosman’s Crossing precinct of Stellenbosch, has just released the 2011 vintages of its elegant Bordeaux-style blends.


The Lady, The General and the Pioneer invite you to celebrate your heritage in style

Be sure not to miss out on the gastronomic feast taking place at Lanzerac Hotel & Spa on 24 September, in celebration of Heritage Day.


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Free Range Beef Biltong, Fig & Brie Mini Pizza – Hayden Quinn

Serves 8 Ingredients 500g Bread flour ½ teaspoon salt ½ sachet instant yeast ½ tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoon olive oil 325ml lukewarm water Combine half the sugar, 25ml of the luke warm water and y


Low-Carb Mediterranean Calamari Salad – Jane-Anne Hobbs

1 kg small, tender Patagonian calamari tubes and tentacles, thawed overnight in the fridge if you’ve bought them frozen 3 Tbsp (30 ml) olive oil, for frying 1 x 200 g chorizo sausage, cut into a


Investing In The Future Of Winemaking

Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world”, and the team behind the Diners Club Bartho Eksteen Wine Academy for young winemakers couldn’t a


Franschhoek’s Luxury Leeu Collection Appoints Executive Chef Oliver Cattermole

Hector de Galard, President,  Business Operations Leeu Collection, is pleased to announce the appointment of Oliver Cattermole as the Executive Chef of the Leeu Collection in Franschhoek, South Afric


Môreson Mercator Premium Chardonnay 2014 – 01.09.14

It was for the 2007 vintage of this wine that Môreson Winemaker Clayton Reabow took the Diners Club Winemaker of the Year Award in 2009. Seven vintages later, he is still presenting us with a gem. Th


Shannon Mount Bullet 2011

Any producer intent on building an ultra-premium wine brand can’t afford to ignore the US. It’s the world’s biggest wine market and relatively price insensitive at the top end. “Whether by des


Cape wild flowers shout spring!

Nothing mirrors the promise of spring like Mother Nature’s own floral explosion as the Cape’s wild flowers burst into colour each spring. In Cape Town, highway verges, road islands and green parks


Tado Organic

It’s not often that people come to Unity with beer to consume. They’re usually arriving to taste beers from us! But it so happened that ...The post Tado Organic appeared first on The Craft Beer Pr


Our Top 10 Breakfast Spots in Cape Town, Durban and Joburg

We’ve wrapped up part 1 of the team’s 10 favourite Breakfast spots in Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Durban. They’ve been tried out by our contributors and voted as the best of the


CWG 2014: Whites outshine the reds

It’s not easy to write a summation of the CWG wines for 2014 without being slightly negative, especially considering the recent surge in the quality of South Africa’s top wines. So I have kept th


Join The Survivor’s Walk Of Hope with “The Arch” At Grande Provence

Show your support for youngsters battling cancer by participating in the Survivor’s Walk of Hope on Saturday, 6 September 2014 and get to make your mark alongside Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu at


Time to go potty at year’s wine highlight

Pinotage-on-Tap has blossomed into one of the country's major jols, writes Myrna Robins.