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Hot Dogs go Mexican with these Taco Dogs

These Mexican inspired Taco Dogs are topped with guacamole and salsa and wrapped in a flour tortilla.


How to remove a cork stuck inside a wine bottle with a ribbon

You go to pop open a fresh bottle of wine—maybe you don’t have a proper wine-opening tool—and the cork, or part of it, plummets into the bottle.


South African Wineries with the Most Facebook Likes

The struggle for likes are real. 


Boland Cellar Celebrates 75 Years Of Winemaking

Founded in 1941, Boland Cellar in the beautiful Paarl Valley is one of South Africa’s oldest producer cellars and a regional specialist with a history of cultivating and crafting internationally acclaimed wines.


New Watermelon Salty Fanta protect drinkers from summer heatstroke

In Japan, nothing says summer like the taste of a plump red watermelon, and here the juicy fruit is often enjoyed with a sprinkling of salt.


Everything you need to know about Rum

Rum, in our humble estimation, is the finest application of sugar cane known to man. It’s made from a distillate of either the fermented juice of sugar cane, sugar cane syrup or sugar cane molasses.


10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea

Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet.


Warm Up this Winter with Dessert Wine

We’re thinking it’s time to batten down the hatches, light the fires and start baking a few old-school comfort dishes.


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The Session: King Harbor and Riot Beer

This week on The Session we welcome back the great Adam Corolla to the show as he teams up with King Harbor Brewing in Redondo Beach, CA. to brew an IPA ca


Beaumont Hope Marguerite Chenin Blanc 2015

The 2015 vintage of Hope Marguerite Chenin Blanc from Bot River property seems particularly understated now but has the inherent structure and balance to reward


Tim James: Will We Ever See A Wine From Judge Hlophe?

In my first ? and, as it proved, incomplete ? survey of the many lawyers involved in Cape wine production, two names I intentionally omitted (saving them