Detroit chef creates 10-course menu based on Radiohead songs

Apparently, when a Detroit chef and Radiohead fan listens to the album “Kid A,” dishes like maple sugar-seared duck breast, pink peppercorn gastrique and orange juniper pearls go dancing in his head.


Restaurant wine lists: How to choose wisely

Yes, restaurant wine lists are overpriced. Here, a top sommelier offers three tips to ordering a good bottle (without breaking the bank).

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Make Your Own Boerewors

Boerewors is another inheritance from our pioneering forefathers who used to combine minced meat and cubed spek (pork and/or beef fat) with spices and preservatives (vinegar) which were freely available from the then Cape Colony.


Watch: Drinking Buddy Robot

Everybody is to hungover to join you for a drink? Not to worry.


Lights out but shining with Amarula

Amarula has come up with a nifty way to celebrate WWF’s global eco-friendly campaign, Earth Hour. Its special lantern has been designed to hold a single candle, so you too can switch out the lights at 20:30, local time on Saturday, March 31, for just 60 minutes.


Carrot vodka is the latest approach to reduce food waste

What happens to the carrots that don’t make the quality cut for supermarket chains?

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Opening a bottle of wine has never been this dangerous (or funny)

If you ever wanted to learn how not to open a bottle of wine, this video is for you.


Gnocchi with Sun Dried Tomato Cream Sauce

The sun dried tomato cream sauce is silky smooth and has a delicate flavour that matches the gnocchi perfectly.


Top 10 Beer Cities in the World

Whether it’s a craft brew or one of the biggest brands on the planet, these cities are the best places on Earth to enjoy a cold one.


Chicken with sorrel and lemon – the ideal winter partner to Chardonnay

This recipe comes from the cookbook titled De Versandige Kock (ca. 1668). It has basically remained unchanged, which makes this recipe more than 300 years old.