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Secret sundowners on the beach in Cape Town

At the end of the day, when the Mother City gets ready to swap her sweeping blue mantel for a jaunty mid-night blue cape spangled with a thousand stars, the lingering reprieve of her magnificent sunset calls for a cold one. This is the ideal time to get together over cocktails to wind down with […]

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Mini Citrus Cakes: a celebration of summer all in one bite.

Some dishes just have that magical ability to capture the essence of a season in just one bite – right? Well these pretty little citrus cakes will have your mouth singing of sun and summer with their burst of zingy sour notes and sweet summer fruity goodness! This is a little cake with big flavours that […]

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Classic Cocktail: the Mojito practically begs to cool you down on a hot balmy day

From its humble beginnings in the sugarcane fields of Cuba, the Mojito went on to conquer the world as a favorite of dignitaries, writers, celebrities, cocktail aficionados and tourists alike. Now, it’s impossible to imagine summertime anywhere without this refreshing drink. Despite its simple recipe, the checkered history of the Mojito is as captivating as it […]

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Recycling beautiful enough to eat!

Most of us only see old milk jugs, jam jars or olive oil cans as something to neatly organise in the recycle bin. But with a touch of ingenuity and a few moments of time these bits of rubbish can be the start of something stylish and fun. With spring on it’s way we thought […]

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Get ready to get fabulous at Bot River Spring Weekend 2018

We may currently be snuggled up in the midst of winter here in sunny South Africa, but springtime is right around the corner. Birds are chirping, orchards are poised to burst into bloom at the slightest provocation and before you know it, it will be time to dig out the sun hats and short sleeves […]

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The ABCs of South African wine appreciation sans pomposity

Ah wine, the nectar of the gods. If only some people who drink it didn’t think they were the gods in question, aimiright? If you’ve always wanted to cultivate an appreciation for wine but were afraid you’d develop a rather unfashionable chip on your shoulder as soon as you popped the cork on that first […]

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Top trending food experiences in Cape Town and beyond

As experience-minded food lovers, we are no longer content to sit on the side lines and have our food happen to us. These days we want to get our hands dirty, chat with the chef, amble into forests, be whisked off to secret locations and see and understand exactly where our food comes from. Happily, there […]

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Sweet but sharp: Blood Orange Meringue Tart

There is no better time for clean, vivid citrus flavours than just as the winter starts to sets in. It is a time for orange zest in the air, which makes the heart sing – it brightens, refreshes and uplifts. And nowhere does it shine so bright as in a beautiful blood orange meringue tart. […]

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