Endive? Chicory? A Witloof by any other name will taste as good with a glass of Cider or Rosé, thanks to Sophia Lindop…

Rosé Wines, still or sparkling or a Fine Cider should not only be reserved for summer, here are some great choices to match Sophia Lindop's Chicory dish...

Oven roasted pork loin chops with sage almond crumble & citrus-glaze – Tracy Foulkes NOMU

Oven roasted pork loin chops with sage, almond crumble & citrus glaze The perfectly paired flavours of sage and almond make this pork dish a yummy winter warmer.  It is yet another Tracy Foulkes hit dish from the NOMU Foods Collection, that matches so well with a fine wine.  That, and the fact

Slow-cooked Lamb Shanks with Potatoes & Tomatoes – Jane Anne Hobbs

Jane-Anne Hobbs's Slow-cooked Lamb Shankswith Potatoes & Tomatoes A delicious one-pot autumn meal: meltingly tender lamb shanks cooked with sliced potatoes, sweet cherry tomatoes, rosemary and garlic. Usually I cook lamb shanks in a richly flavoured tomato or wine sauce, and roast the potatoes separately. Don't be tempted to add extra liquid -

Slow-roasted warthog potjie with dukka spice – Nico Verster, Savannah to Sea

Nico Verster's Savannah to Sea slow-roasted warthog potjie Potjiekos literally translated means ‘small pot food’ and is a traditional South African stew prepared outdoors. It is usually cooked in a round three-legged pot over a wood fire. This is an all-in-one dish served straight from the pot with some rice or even fresh

Delaire Graff Estate – a diamond in the Stellenbosch Crown

Looking North from The Delaire Graff Restaurant Deck The History In the early 1980s John and Erica Platter, creators of the eponymous Wine Guide, bought a farm on the side of a mountain called Avonduur. It was renamed Delaire, French for ‘from the eyrie’ as it looked down over the most amazing scenery.