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Die Strandloper Restaurant

First Published 24 February 2014 Summer is a nostalgic time in South Africa: memories of road trips to the beach, salty air, ice cream cones and naturally, braai’s with the family in the sun shine. When I was invited to a celebratory lunch at Die Strandloper, all these memories came rushing back and I just…

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Taste of Cape Town with CMS

 A perfect pair : Castle Milk Stout & food Sponsored post This year at the Taste of Cape Town I was handed a challenge: tour this gourmet food and wine festival, tasting and pairing foods with Castle Milk Stout. For a wine loving, fine dining foodie such as myself this was a tremendous challenge. I…

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The Spier Experience

An established force in the South African wine industry, Spier has over the years created an almost impossibly large brand. The team at Spier has certainly garnered respect for their fearless innovation and for taking the concept of The Wine Farm far further than just the cellar door. Located on the edges of Stellenbosch proper,…

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Waterkloof Estate & Restaurant

I had first come across Waterkloof wines while doing research into Biodynamic farming practices in the South African wine industry. I found the topic at times to be rather uninspiring, until I came across the amazing images on Waterkloof’s website of sophisticated food and stunning architecture: all in an amazing location, with views all the…

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Koek Sisters

Do you know someone who loves food, who loves to cook and above all, loves to eat? Perhaps you have a friend who is crazy about wine – tasting and swirling and gurgling and perhaps being a little irritating at the same time? Or do you have a relative who loves entertaining and faffing, for…

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Seattle: The Accidental Citizen

First published July 2014, here freshly edited.  Sometimes you just need to embrace being a tourist. You need to have a strong word with yourself in the mirror, and own it.“Katy: you are going out in public in sensible shoes and a backpack. You will wear an obnoxiously large camera around your neck. Your accent,…

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