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Diva, Jeremy Clarkson`s 20 bottle wine demands

His diva–like behaviour was revealed this week when it emerged he had hit a producer after being given a cold meat platter rather than a steak.


Wooden bottle that makes cheap booze taste like vintage wine

A simple wooden bottle that can ‘age’ cheap booze in less than a day, could make humble plonk taste like vintage wine, inventors claim.


Vegetarian Split Pea Soup Recipe

This split pea soup recipe is a delicious, healthy, textured soup made from an impossibly short list of ingredients. No ham hocks in this version, simply green split peas and onions cooked until tender, then partially pureed.


The world`s most expensive Easter bunny

It took a master chocolatier, cocoa from Tanzania and two solitaire diamonds to create what’s being billed as the world’s most extravagant chocolate Easter bunny, worth $49 000


Albert Frost at Jordan Bakery

Legendary Albert Frost will be performing at Jordan Bakery on Sunday 19 April.


Bot River Barrels and Beards 2015 – a harvest celebration with a difference

17 & 18 April 2015


PPA Tread Lightly Women’s MTB 2015 at Backsberg

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The best place to spend an afternoon within 5km’s of the office: Tokai

Working in the suburbs of Tokai is only about a 30 minute drive from the mother city CBD. Tokai possesses the tranquillity and open spaces that make an afternoon outing from any hustle and bustle


De Bos wines: A tangible investment in sustainable quality

“ An increase in quality is what experience has shown to be the long-term result of constructive social and environmental investment. Our philosophy is simple: if you care about the people t


Ex Animo — Wines From the Heart

Ex Animo Wine Co. I first met David Clarke a few years ago when I traded him lessons on wine (he is a sommelier, after all) for Afrikaans lessons. He’d just moved to SA – married to an Af


Food pairings: why they do work

A lot of skepticism abounds alcohol and food pairings with fair share of public opinion branding them more of a gimmick than actually holding real value. To an extent I can understand the sentiment


Impact of Cape forest fires on vineyards assessed

Angela Lloyd reports on the impact of the forest fires that swept through the Southern Peninsula some weeks back, threatening – and in a few cases causing damage to – numerous South Afr