{news} The Journey’s End Foundation launched to tackle hunger and poverty

Journey’s End Vineyards has launched The Journey’s End Foundation, the latest community project from the Stellenbosch based winery. Set up as an NGO, Rollo Gabb, MD, and his team have established the Foundation to tackle hunger and extreme poverty in the Helderberg Region of Stellenbosch – largely as a result of Covid-19. The Journey’s End…

{eat} Kunjani Wines: because that’s where good food and wine meet

A celebration of love recently beckoned us into the open arms of the Stellenbosch winelands for a weekend of festivities. Included in those merriments, was a visit (or two!) to the home of Kunjani Wines. Introduction Pia is having a super birthday sale, extended to Sunday,  3 May! Click here for unbelievable offers! When two…

{product} Bee gone, cling wrap! A story wrapped in beeswax

Keen to contribute towards saving our planet, but not sure how to get involved?  Bee Blessed beeswax wraps have revolutionised my kitchen, and joins the quest to ban single-use plastics from our homes. Introduction I love trying out new food products and kitchen gadgets. Especially if they are environmentally friendly or somehow curb the spread…

{wine} The charm of Carménère: A Rosé for South Africa

My first love will always be my vibrant country and all that it holds. So, with some help from Lozärn Wines, let’s proudly celebrate everything South Africans love! Introduction During this past Valentine’s month, we celebrated those we love and adore and cherish. We showed our appreciation and made them feel super special. On the…

{product} Fair Cape Dairies: doing the right thing for our sweet tooth!

We should be able to have our dessert and eat it, too, right?! With Fair Cape Dairies‘ newly released range of layered dessert pots, you can do the right thing and indulge your sweet-tooth. Without the guilt! Introduction These days, our virtual social spaces are filled with warnings, advice, and sometimes unrealistic expectations when it…

{eat} Food is king at Kong: a reprieve from the concrete jungle

Want to escape the concrete jungle of the city for a bit? Swing into Kong  for a tropical breather, and a lush dinner between the greenery. Introduction Situated on the bustling strip of Cape Town’s stunning De Waterkant, Kong offers an upmarket haven to those who want to break away from the grey monotony of…

{news} The genius Gibson’s team sets a Guinness World Record!

Gibson’s Gourmet Burgers & Ribs at the V&A Waterfront have been announced as the Guinness World Records official title holder for ‘Most Varieties of Milkshakes Commercially Available’. With 207 decadently divine Shakes on offer, Gibson’s no doubt have a Shake to satisfy everyone’s taste buds – a Milkshake Paradise indeed! To read my review on…

{gin} Conserving a classic: Wixworth Gin saves rhinos

If there are two things that lie close to my heart, it’s endangered animal conservation and…well, gin. Wixworth Gin is keeping things cool and classic by saving rhinos with every sip! Introduction Very few of you will know that The Tall Hedonist and I are actually very keen gin aficionados. We humbly boast with an…

{news} Let It Flow 2020 is almost here!

This time around, we bring you none other than world-renowned Hip-Hop DJ and Turntabist, Ready D! Bringing you the best in hip-hop – catch him LIVE at Let it Flow on Sunday, 2 February 2020! Other awesome DJ’s that will be spinning and keeping us on our feet is Fizz and Shai – A, Tim A,…

{eat} From dash to dawdle: slow down to fine dine at Dash Restaurant

Our usual mid-week Wednesday evening was transformed into a mini-breakaway for the soul with a romantic dinner for two at Dash Restaurant, snuggled away in the tranquil arms of the Queen Victoria Hotel. Introduction This time of the year we all run on empty. We try and pace ourselves and our energy until mid-December, when…

{eat} At the end of the road: the abundance of Louisvale Wines

They say that home is not a place; it’s a feeling. For me, home is embodied by people, food and wine and love, all four at the same time and in abundance. Recently, I spent a home-coming afternoon at Louisvale Wines, which left me feeling familiarly comfortable and content, like when I pull my favourite…