Distell launches a new Premium Wine Company
Durbanville Hills Collector’s Reserve The Cape Mist Sauvignon Blanc 2017, so good with Alida Ryder’s Smoked Snoek Fishcakes…
Durbanville Hill’s latest range of premium wines includes The Collector’s Reserve The Cape Mist Sauvignon Blanc 2017, cool climate wine & stunning...
Durbanville Hills Winery, on a promontory overlooks Table Mountain and Robben Island, celebrates Pinotage on October 13th, International Pinotage Day...
Spicy Brazilian chicken, chorizo & bean stew by Nadia Graves Nadia says: “I have taken some liberties with this recipe. It is based on a traditional Brazilian stew as the base but I have tweaked it a bit here and there. The traditional Feijoada has as many versions as there are cooks, but in Brazil it
Some time ago on the Expresso Breakfast TV Show, I made a dish of what I called Deconstructed Sushi. What you’ll need 8 sheets nori 1 small carrot – cut into matchsticks ¼ English Cucumber – peeled & cut into matchsticks 1 red pepper – cut into matchsticks 1 ripe avocado – diced 100g smoked
Alida Ryder's Asian Chicken Cabbage Salad Serves: 1 Ingredients 2 cups coleslaw mix (shredded cabbage and carrots) ½ cooked chicken breast, shredded coriander leaves, to taste 1 apple, grated 2 tablespoons toasted cashew nuts for the dressing 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 teaspoons fish sauce 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon honey (optional)
Hayden Quinn's Tomato & Spekboom Salad One of the simple yet wildly tasty dishes made for his current SABC3 TV Show, Hayden Quinn in South Africa. Watch on Mondays at 21h30. Serves 4 Ingredients 1 pack Speciality tomatoes Small handful of Spekboom leaves 150g farm style feta cheese 4 baby cucumbers, sliced Small
Dine van Zyl's Snoek Braaifrom The Great Boerekos Book Snoek braai: the simple way This is my favourite method of braaing snoek. You can use more lemon juice and butter than is required in this recipe during the braai. 1 fresh snoek, flecked freshly ground black pepper 4 bay leaves 30 ml (2
Durbanville Hills Cellar I grew up in the hills surrounding Durbanville where my parents were wine farmers and much of my youth was spent cycling up and down the valley known as the Tygerberg Hills. The name Tygerberg came from 17th century settlers who named it Gevlekte Luipaartsberg or Spotted Leopard Mountain, after