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Bruno Mars got everyone drunk at The Grammys

Monday night proved to be a big night for some of our favourite names in music.

 

One-pot Honey-Sriracha chicken skillet dinner in 25 minutes

The sweet and spicy flavours of this one-skillet chicken dinner make it a real winner.

 

Additives in wine you never knew existed

Pressing grapes is only the first step in the long wine-making process.

 

The food of The Pot Luck Club paired with Creation Wines

For the next couple of weeks Creation Wines will be featuring a number of selected sommeliers from top restaurants around the world.

 

Your Flavored Coffee Has More Sugar Than A Coca-Cola

Large spoonfuls of sugar may be hidden inside coffee drinks in chain restaurants and cafes.

 

Gin fans – you’ve been making martinis all wrong

Here's how to make the perfect tipple.

 
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The Drink of Viking Warlords Could Help Fight Disease

The post-antibiotic future sounds terrifying, but here’s one upside you didn’t imagine: swilling Viking crunk juice to stay alive. New research suggests that mead, the vitality drink of gods and b

 

KZN Premier opens amarula beer factory

KwaZulu-Natal Premier Senzo Mchunu and Chief Mabhudu Tembe from the Umhlabuyalingana area in the north of the province have officially opened a R30-million Amarula beer factory. It is expected to prov

 

Hamburg Just Banned Single Use Coffee Pods

The city of Hamburg, Germany has banned single use coffee pods, or K-Cups, in state-run buildings as part of an initiative to reduce waste. Keurig K-Cup

 

How Big Beer Is Trying to Take Over a Craft Beer Stronghold

Battleground: San Diego San Diego isn’t the birthplace of craft beer. And cities like Denver and Portland (among others) may argue it’s just one of many hubs. But a good percentage of craft

 

London brewery tackles food waste by making beer from used bread

Each bottle of Toast Ale beer contains a slice of unused bread collected from sandwich shop kitchens

 

Will Boris save SA wine exports?

Yesterday's news that the mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is to campaign for Brexit, has electrified the British referendum on continued membership of Europe or departure. Brexit has got to be good

 

How Gin Became The Meth of 18th Century England

Today, the gin and tonic seems such a safe, civilized concoction. But when gin first hit England it caused a swathe of drunken destruction.

 

Merlot for Methuselah

The Decanter World Wine Awards now dominate tasting tourneys to which SA producers send their wines for glitzy stickers, consigning competing events like the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, the Intern

 

Beer could help ‘protect brain against Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s’

Researchers in China have found that a compound in hops could help fight off degenerative brain diseases

 

Six-hour Race Starts Endurance Season At Phakisa

The 2016 African Endurance Series will kick off at the Phakisa Raceway this Saturday, with 35 cars tackling the Mopar Six Hours of the Free State.