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<< Thursday 2 June 2016 >

A Cape Town women, Carmelita Pienaar, said she found a mouse in her Woolies steak and kidney pie.


Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate invites you to the opening of the joint exhibition by Jimmy Law and, Breaking Imagination: Deconstructing Countenance on Saturday, 11 June from 2pm to 5pm.


Bacardi has unveiled a new expression, packaging design and marketing campaign for its Havana Club rum, which is set to roll-out across the US as trademark disputes with Pernod Ricard continue.


Whether you accidentally bought whole beans instead of pre-ground coffee, or you’ve been given whole bean coffee as a present, you can still enjoy your coffee without having to own a grinder.


Homemade fried yeast donuts, topped off with a sweet maple icing and bits of salty bacon.


Cool as a cucumber is a saying for a reason and this cucumber gimlet is the physical embodiment of the idiom (see the recipe).


The excellence of Plaisir de Merle Cabernet Sauvignon has been re-affirmed with the 2012 vintage singled out as one of the top three selected in this year’s exclusive report on South African Cabernet Sauvignon.


As anyone who’s ever taken a few too many shots can tell you the next morning, vodka often causes more harm than good. But this week, vodka saved the day.


Many think this is the time of year when it is a little quiet in the wine industry – it is anything but that. Glen Carlou is participating in a number of wine shows around the country.


I recently headed to Soho to catch up with a couple of South African mates to have a lunchtime beer and shoot the breeze. Obviously the topic of wine ...


Chenin Blanc is being transformed in South Africa by winemakers like Jacques de Klerk who is making a very distinct style from Swartland