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Not only are fresh herbs flavourful and healthy, but they also add an extra dimension to recipes that make the dish come alive.

I often grow my own and find certain herbs such as basil, mint, chives, rosemary and thyme very easy to tend. With adequate bright sun and watering when needed, herbs can be grown on a windowsill or in your garden. For those who may not want to try their hand at growing their own, fresh herbs are abundant in every market these days.

 

Nestled in the Agterkliphoogte Valley lies Windfall, a small boutique wine farm and one of South Africa’s best kept secrets. Windfall took its name from South African cricketing legend, Eddie Barlow, who noticed the mist cascading down the surrounding mountains of Robertson, or “The Valley of Wine and Roses” as it’s come to be known.

 

We all know horse lovers are a unique breed. If you ever wondered what to give to that horse crazy person in your life who also happens to be a wine lover, then we have you covered.

 

Two dudes on a quest to not tell you about a new movie or TV show.

 
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From meeting the man behind the brand to tastings of its most premium offering, this is where fans of Grey Goose strive to visit.

 

For anyone, getting invited to Dublin by Guinness for the Meatopia BBQ and beer festival would surely be cool. But for me? I was absolutely lit. Guinness has been a heaven-send, as someone who's just

 

Continuing an already huge summer for soccer, Captain Morgan has signed an agreement with MLS to become the league's official spiced rum and exclusive spirits partner through 2022. The rum brand also

 

ASDA has reduced the cost of Tanqueray gin. For limited time, the...

 

In a cinematic world currently churning out remakes and sequels at a frightening rate, the premise of Yesterday is pleasingly original: What would the world be like without The Beatles?

 

Orlando Pirates? latest starting line-up for eagerly-awaited cup match against Kaizer Chiefs.

 

PepsiCo shares rose slightly Tuesday after the company's second-quarter earnings topped estimates. Healthier snacks and sparkling water helped fuel sales growth and offset a drag from foreign exchange

 

With the launch of Cape Town's latest food hub, the GOODfood Market in Woodstock, will come a wide range of interesting new vendors, including South Africa's first insect-based restaurant.

 

Creativity knows no bounds for celebrated Joe Schofield who's in Mzanzi this week.

 

The Tempe Officers Association said the meeting "went very well" and the officers left feeling "heard and respected."

 

Gin liqueurs from Northern Ireland producer Jawbox Gin are to go on sale in Asda's 16 supermarkets here.

 

Glenfiddich is commemorating the 50th anniversary of its visitors centre with the release of a limited-edition 30-year-old single malt.

 

The Cape successfully straddles the New and the Old Worlds in a classicism which has earned it international accolades.

 

The winners were announced at a prestigious gala dinner hosted at Durban?s Waterfront Hotel on Saturday, June 29.

 

The Carling Black Label cup will get underway this month, July 27 and former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Josta Dladla gave his thoughts on the team selection so far.

 

Taxis will take you from The Voyage of Buck to Bullard & Worth, and you'll get to try delicious daiquiris in every one

 

 

By Dominique Vidalon and Bate Felix PARIS (Reuters) ? Remy Cointreau Chief Executive Valerie Chapoulaud-Floquet, the architect of its push towards higher-priced spirits to

 

It was chardonnay that awakened the wine tasting skills of TOPS at Spar Johannesburg Wine Tasting Champion Nkululeko Mkhwanazi.

 

The company once again reported higher earnings than expected and maintained an earlier forecast for revenue growth.

 

 

Something fabulous seems to be happening to the Johannesburg restaurant scene. Increasing numbers of young, black, highly trained, South African

 

As discussed last month, Steenberg claims to be ?the Cape?s first farm? with a founding date of 1682, yet this is also the founding date claimed by both

 

G-Star's new Dyed by Nature collection features garments dyed with upcycled saw palmetto leaf leftovers and upcycled beetroot waste...