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Recipes to savour with your favourite red wines

‘A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine,’ quoted Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin in The Physiology of Taste. He was correct; a meal is often enhanced and improved by a fine wine. Two Oceans Wine is ideal for food and wine pairing and is bound to make your meal a special occasion. Here is a…

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Winter soup warmers

The icy winter months have struck and the word lingering on everybody’s lips is ‘soup’. You don’t have to settle for your standard chicken noodle soup recipe that you whip up every year, or foot the pricey bill of a gourmet restaurant. For tasty soup alternatives that are easy to prepare with products already in…

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Baking with margarine

The debate as to whether butter or margarine is better for people who are managing their cholesterol has been one fraught with opposing opinions, but according to studies conducted by the famous Mayo Clinic in the United States of America, it was found that,  “Margarine is made from vegetable oils, so it contains no cholesterol.…

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In love with India

India is a captivating country, in all spheres, but especially its cuisine. The country is divided up into many different regions and each of these produces cuisine that is endemic to the area. However, the one common thread that weaves its way through from the top of the northern region to the tip of the…

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Nuts about korma

Indian cuisine is diverse, to say the least. There are many different palate-pleasing dishes that differ, depending on whether they originate from the north or the south. Whichever dish you choose, you can rest assured that any curry-based cuisine will be an unforgettable taste sensation. No matter which region you decide to visit, you will…