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Peppermint Crisp Tart Ice Cream Sandwiches

Peppermint Crisp Tart is a real South African favourite and a fantastic crowd-pleaser that is sure to disappear quickly at any gathering! 


Wine of the week: Glen Carlou Pinot Noir Rose 2018

Wine of Origin: Simonsberg-Paarl


Champagne and Mushroom Risotto with Black Rice

Black is the new green when it comes to food. Black rice is an anti inflammatory food with as many antioxidants as blueberries and blackberries and 6 times more than brown rice. 


De Krans Top Cape Port producer in Top Wine SA Results

As one of South Africa’s leading port producers, De Krans’ commitment to producing a quality product has yet again been acknowledged by the South African Wine & Cellar Classifications, which saw De Krans being recognized as one of the two most successful Cape Port producers over the past 10 years. 


Coca-cola Influences China’s Obesity Policy, Bmj Report Says

Institute funded by Coke promotes exercise over diet to protect sales, academic says


Woman Mad At Macon Dj Splashes Sprite All Over His Sound Gear, Cops Say

Our summation of strangeness and criminal curiosities in Middle Georgia includes a report of a spat in an east Macon bar where a DJ told the cops that his equipment was damaged by an angry woman with


Trends Stirring The Liquor Business In 2019

There has been a seismic shift in consumer behaviour over the past few decades, and we're seeing it in the world of drinks too. Several trends are conspiring to catalyse a wholesale change in what


Campbell’s 6 Defining Food Trends For 2019

Throughout the year, the chefs at food producer Campbell Soup Company monitor and track the biggest food trends across the globe to compile Trendscape - a list of what and how you'll be eating in the

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The Best Beach Bars In Cape Town

The Mother City is home to a plethora of truly awesome bars, some of which take their offering one step further: they make you feel as though you’re on the beach! These bars are air conditioned by s


The Countdown Is On For Compelling Richard Iii At Maynardville

Rehearsals have started and the countdown is on to the much-anticipated production of Shakespeare's historic dark comic tragedy, Richard III. It will be presented at the Maynardville Open-Air Theatre


#biztrends2019: In Praise Of The Pilchard; The Delights Of Unfashionable Fish

Small, oily fishes - sardines, mackerel, mullet - lightly grilled and served drizzled with garlicky olive oil, fresh dill and lemon. Crusty bread is at hand to mop up the juices, and white wine to was


The Best Cake Bakeries In Cape Town

It’s the first month of the new year and, no doubt, many of you are still stoically clinging to your New Year resolutions to stay carb, sugar, and everything-delicious free. Kudos to you! But everyo


The Magical, Relaxed Luxury Of La Petite Ferme

Any stay in historic Franschhoek is almost guaranteed to be a win - more so at La Petite Ferme, just three minutes from the main road but a world away on the curve on Oliphants' Pass leading to the Mi


Edible Tea Is A New Trend

Now you have a choice, eat or drink your tea!


Could You Bring Yourself To Eat Gogga Gelato? Fly Ice Cream Comes To Sa


Sodastream U.s. Marketing Chief Departs After 4 Months As Pepsico Completes $3.2 Billion Acquisition

Former Weight Watchers CMO Maurice Herrera is joining Avis Budget Group.


Pepsi Has A New Ad Slogan. And It’s Already Dividing Opinion

Pepsi's new global tag line for its product is managing to divide the industry experts. "For the Love of It" will replace "Live For Now" in 100 countries (not including the U.S.). The soda brand is a


Escape To Goldeneye, Ian Fleming’s Jamaican Hideaway

In the 1950s and '60s, Jamaica's north coast was a hedonistic playground for Hollywood stars, writers and aristocrats. At the centre of it all was the man who created the world's most famous spy.


Winemaking Began For Alistair Rimmer As South Africa Ended Apartheid

Alistair Rimmer standing next to barrels of wine. Photo credit Suzanne Harley-Davis Part two of the winemaker series (read part one) Winemaker, Alistair


Stone Jets To Support James Morrison On Sa Tour, Plus An Extra Date

James Morrison has added an extra date to his tour of the country and the support act is announced...


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The Shaken Not Stirred – Paris Meets The Caribbean In Delray Beach

The Shaken Not Stirred – Fashion for a Cause Charity Event will take place during Delray Beach’s Fashion Week, featuring Paris’ hottest new resort wear


Monkey Shoulder Crowned Top Selling And Trending Brand

The annual Drinks International Report has named Monkey Shoulder the ‘World’s Top Trending Scotch’ for the fifth year running


Liberty Property Trust (lpt) Eps Estimated At $0.63; Pernod Ricard Ord Ordinary Shares (pdrdf) Si Increased By 43.81% – The Finreviewer

Analysts expect Liberty Property Trust (NYSE:LPT) to report $0.63 EPS on February, 5.They anticipate $0.05 EPS change or 7.35% from last quarter's $0.68 EPS. PERNOD RICARD ORD ORDINARY SHARES (OTCMKTS


We Tried These Adult-only Alcoholic Popsicles And They Were A Massive Hit

Alcohol-containing popsicles are growing in popularity in other countries, and if our taste test is anything to go by, Frost Popsicles will be a hit in South Africa.


Remy Martin Ignites Asu Offense In Win Over Cal

The Sun Devils improve to 2-1 in Pac-12 play with the help of a big night from Remy Martin.


Northern Ireland Travel: Visit Old Bushmills, Home Of Irish Whiskey

Planning a trip to Northern Ireland? Make sure you book a tour the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery, founded in 1608.


It Doesn’t Get More Capetonian Than This…

A recently tweeted picture taken in the isles of Pick n Pay Montclare is proof of Cape Town's strong gin-drinking culture and implies that gin is the most Capetonian product ever.


Constellation Cuts Profit Outlook As Pot Investment Weighs And Shares Tumble

Corona-maker Constellation Brands Inc cut its 2019 profit outlook on Wednesday on the back of weak wine and spirits sales and costs related to its investment in a Cana...


It Doesn’t Get More Capetonian Than This…

A recently tweeted picture taken in the isles of Pick n Pay Montclare is proof of Cape Town's strong gin-drinking culture and implies that gin is the most Capetonian product ever.