V&A Waterfront Unveils “Theatre To Food Making” Incubator

Artist’s impression of what Makers Landing will look like once development has completed end of 2020.

R63-million investment in partnership with the National Treasury’s Jobs Fund to create major opportunities for food talent within new, 360o farm-to-fork food experience.

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Col’Cacchio Launches new ‘Heat & Eat’ Gourmet Pizza Range via Buyfresh.co.za

Col’Cacchio have just launched their new ‘Heat & Eat’ gourmet pizza range currently available on Buyfresh.co.za. You can now enjoy a delicious thin-based pizza prepared by SA’s favourite Italian inspired restaurant, from the comfort of your home.

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Stellenbosch Hills Re-Invents Fun Snack-and-Wine Pairings

Stellenbosch Hills is about to move your lockdown me-time to a whole new level. The winery that made wine pairing fun by thinking “out of the box” has now re-invented the concept, putting pizzazz all back inside – for your enjoyment at home.

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Entries Open for Wine & Food Tourism Awards

The profound after-shock on tourism wrought by Covid 19 should not be taken as a signal of defeat, says organiser of the annual Wine & Food Tourism Awards, Margi Biggs. “As traumatic and disruptive as the effects have been on the entire tourism industry supply chain, there is a lot we can do to improve our offerings, their accessibility and the way they are executed. The show can and must go on, albeit in a different way.  South Africans are remarkably resilient and responsive to change. Time and again we’ve proved to be survivalists. Now, if we accept that domestic tourism will take precedence and we remain calm and focused about it, opportunities will prevail.

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Franschhoek Bastille Festival: Are you ready for something new?

In case the grapevine news hasn’t reached you, here’s what you missed. Franschhoek’s Bastille Festival is still on the cards, but instead of the traditional format, the festival will be coming to you.

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The Wisdom Taught By Fathers

Italian novelist Umberto Eco stated: “I believe that what we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments, when they aren’t trying to teach us. We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.”

It’s almost time for Father’s Day (Sunday, 21 June), so the Nederburg team asked a few of its winemakers what they’ve learned from the heroes in their lives, as well as what they would cook-up with a matching Nederburg wine to celebrate this special day.

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Butter Me Up – The Basics of Buttercream Icing

Many of us have wonderfully nostalgic memories of buttercream icing. Whether it be licking the mixing spoon as a child, the wow-factor of a birthday cake or indulgently scooping the icing off a cupcake with a finger, buttercream forms part of our happiest memories.

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Label Design Awards 2020 announced virtually

Three gold awards for wine, two each for beer and spirits in the Label Design Awards 2020

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6th Sense Water challenges flu season and COVID-19

In the wake of President’s Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of a 21-day nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, businesses and citizens are gearing up for a challenging three weeks ahead – and this as we approach our annual flu season.

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Capturing Cape of Good Hope’s Heritage on Film and Plate

The Cape of Good Hope range, which forms part of the Anthonij Rupert Wyne portfolio, is a celebration of old vines and the spectacular wines they produce, and heralds the Cape’s rich viticultural heritage. In recognition of this range all chefs – irrespective of level of experience – are invited to take part in the Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition. An opportunity to showcase one’s talents on the plate and behind the lens.

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