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May 2018

Food & Wine Pairing Experience in An Inspiring Working Artists’ Studio in Woodstock, Cape Town

In the 50s, Pablo Picasso was famous for entertaining groups of friends and fans in his light-filled studio in Paris. In the 60s, Andy Warhol’s Manhattan studio, The Factory, became a psychedelic refuge for creative souls from all walks of life. Now, in 2018, Maia du Plessis and sculptor husband Otto open their creative space […]

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Meet the Maker: Paul & Paul, the bread blokes from Woodstock Bakery

Confession time! We love bread. And not in a take-it-or-leave-it, a sarmie-once-every-now-and-again way. In a slightly obsessive, might-have-to-see-someone-about-it way. Therefore, as mildly overeager connoisseurs are wont, we also happen to be super fussy about the loaves that make it into our baskets, onto our harvest tables and finally end up slathered in lashings of butter […]

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Lighter than down pillows and just as fluffy: Blueberry scones

Baking scones are unexpectedly effortless, they are gloriously old-fashioned and satisfy both greed and impatience. Making them are so quick and easy one can quite literally start a batch the minute the door-bell rings at teatime. The perfect scone is a light, flaky, buttery cloud. They don’t keep very well and might not last for more than a […]

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