The average IQ of pole dancing palace with dancing Poles Mavericks, on Buitenkant Street, shot off the scale at breakfast yesterday as the 39 curators for Cape Town World Design Capital 2014 met next door at Truth Coffee with an International Advisory Committee of designers from Lagos, San Francisco and the Wilderness who had flown [...]
And even more confusing, if you prefer an even sweeter wine, ask for "dry" and you will receive a wine that can have between 17 and 35 grams of residual sugar.
After Aurura's talk, we taste various examples of the "base wine" which is made before the secondary fermentation, each from a different region. Some are floral, some have notes of …
Hello, ma'am, sorry to bother you at home, but could I have just a moment of your time? Oh, no, I'm not here to try to change your religion, I know that this is a Jesuit town, through and through. No, I'm here to talk about an exciting wine I have to offer. It's a Bear Cave 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon, and it's the only wine specifically designed for bears.
Now, I know what you're going to say. Why does my bear need to drink wine? And I hear you, but tell me this: …
In Slate ' s Doctor Who TV Club, Mac Rogers discusses the Doctor's travels via IM every week with the show's bloggers and fans. This week he's chatting about the season finale "The Name of the Doctor" with Phil Sandifer, who writes TARDIS Eruditorum.
From memory, this is the unoaked wine, or at least no new oak, if not stainless steel only.
Normally an image of a tractor in the vineyard puts people to sleep, but this image is interesting because the tractor is in our original planting of Chenin Blanc, planted in 1972 in 12 foot rows. The Chenin Blanc was grafted over to Syrah about 30 years ago. The vines are on their own roots [...]
If you thought that making a cup of coffee simply involved a teaspoon of instant and a splash of milk, wake up and smell the proverbial! The 14th World Barista Championship takes place this week, and here we provide an expert guide to perking up, courtesy of Ryan Cross of Ristretto Roasters in Portland, Oregon
One of my closest friends from school was half-English and half-Sri Lankan. His dad was a rock promoter and it was in theirwonderfully bohemian house that I experienced the most amazing Anglo-Sri Lankan dishes. I had to wait quite a few years, though, for my first introduction to true Sri Lankan food.