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Bertus Basson Pop-Up Dining Experience at Nightscape at Design Indaba 2018 in Cape Town

This year, local celeb chef Bertus Basson will be on site at the Design Indaba Nightscape events (the unoffical afterparty after all the talks and presentations), to create a one-of-a-kind experiential dining adventure that will feature some seriously creative eats in the epic setting of the Chandelier Foyer at the Artscape Theatre in Cape Town […]

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Seasonal long-table feast at the Oranjezicht City Farm Market in Cape Town

A rotating lineup of Cape Town’s most innovative chefs will bring their unique culinary flair to play with the Oranjezicht City Farm Market at Granger Bay’s fresh, seasonal produce, serving a produce-inspired 4-course menu around a communal table in the heart of the market.  Seasonal celebrations are our favourite so you’ll see a lot of in-season produce shining in […]

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Vineyard Cottages, Bartinney Wine Estate in Stellenbosch

A stylish wine farm stay where you could easily just keep to yourself, admiring the view and exploring the fynbos-thicketed mountain trails around you, or pop over to the resident tasting room to kick off one of the most epic of wine-tasting weekends ever. If that’s not the best of both worlds, we don’t know what is. […]

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Littlegig 24H Festival: Music, DJ’s, Chefs, winemakers

Never before have festival-goers been so well fed. The Littlegig food experience is all about conscious abundance, with all food and drink included in the ticket price – a festival world first. Apart from open-til-late stations serving just that thing you felt like, this year there are 2 additional foodie experiences. There’s a Chef’s Table […]

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Gourmet Plant-based Tapas Experience with Flavamingo in Cape Town

Enough with the lentils and tofu, already! Vegan chef Karoline Kristen is about to blow your mind with her genius gourmet plant-based tapas creations. We’re talking mushroom ‘faux gras’ with caramelised onions and porcini powder, watermelon poke with rice paper crisps and sriracha aoli, zucchini and hibiscus blossoms filled with nut ‘feta’ and vanilla and […]

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Meet the Maker: Gay’s Guernsey dairy in Prince Albert

Gay van Hasselt is a busy lady. At five every morning, seven days a week, when most of us are still shamefully snoring away, she’s already up and at it, orchestrating the milking of 30 of the happiest Guernsey cows you have ever come across in your life, and then turning that milk into award-winning […]

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