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<< Thursday 8 September 2016 >

Beer

Following news that the University of Wisconsin–Madison has been ranked the nation’s top party school, PETA is negotiating with outdoor advertisers to display an ad on bus stops near the campus noting that a side-by-side comparison shows that beer, not milk, protects bone and heart health.

 

Green tea may well be a treat for your taste buds.

 
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Situated at the entrance to the quaint Franschhoek village, the Western Cape’s ‘mini France’, The Franschhoek Cellar offers a variety of venues to host a wedding.

 

Cheesy Eggs Benedict Breakfast Enchiladas are a fun twist on brunch that will satisfy a crowd!

 
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hose “Best by,” “Use by” and “Sell before” dates stamped on the food we buy can be a source of continued confusion for consumers.

 

At last Creation’s long awaited single-site Syrah (2015) is ready for release. Here’s what Jean-Claude (Creation’s viticulturist and cellarmaster) has to say:

 

Family-owned winery Boschkloof Wines made history when they became the first South African red wine producer to ever score 98 points in award-winning wine writer and British Wine Master Tim Atkin’s annual report on South African wines. The eagerly anticipated report is due for publication this week.

 

No, it?s not a piece of furniture

 

You've got your case of business cards, a drink name you can order with confidence at the bar (even if you're not entirely sure what it is), a stain-remover pen (just in case), and all the mints your

 

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A new study found that sommeliers have thicker brains in areas that are vulnerable to Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.

 

It's a hard line to tread, given the basic intimidation factor. But we're at a phase where cocktail love, and cocktail snobbery, don't have to intersect.