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<< Wednesday 6 January 2021 >

Looking for something to motivate your tastebuds and overall worth? Then this 24K gold coffee maker might just be what you need to seize 2021.

 

The freshness of these vegetables and the earthiness of the broth are complemented by a wine that can match the crispness of the produce while not being overwhelmed by the complexities of the integrated flavours.

 

In a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition, Italian researchers observed a link between consuming “Italian-style coffee” (espresso) and “lower risks of all-cause and, specifically, of [cardiovascular disease] mortality.”

 

Ditching alcohol during January has become a trend. Celebrate a sober you with this ginger ale and de-alcolised mocktail, developed by Leopard’s Leap.

 
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Coca-Cola stock received downgrades this week, and PepsiCo just got its second. Evercore ISI analyst Robert Ottenstein sees the macro turning against Pepsi.

 

"The challenge was initiated by consumers and is in no way supported by the brand."

 
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Alcohol is banned under revised Level 3 lockdown yet many have been looking back on when it was available - especially the locally made Savanna.

 

Let?s get cracking and introduce you to our ten favourite butchers in Joburg (and an honorable mention in Pretoria). Meat... Read More

 
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Cape Thoroughbred Sales (CTS) is postponing the 2021 Cape Premier Yearling Sale, due to the more stringent Covid-19 lockdown measures implemented recently, and the expectation that these may be extend

 

From well-known labels to smaller, family-owned brands, this list offers budget-friendly bottles alongside some worthy splurges.

 

 

Award-winning restaurant La Mouette is looking for a new owner.

 

This is Yaaseen Barnes? tips on how to enjoy the Mother City without breaking the bank: "There's so much to do in Cape Town for under R150. Every corner

 

Anheuser-Busch InBev NV?s South African division will challenge the country?s ban on alcohol sales in court, saying the measure to contain the coronavirus is unconstitutional.

 

 

Becky Krystal gets it, it's not the most popular take to profess your love for a canned good.

 

It?s a new year and with that comes 2021 food trends. Some are welcome to stay (hi sourdough) and some, well, we are glad to see go.