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#FestiveFood Wobbly Berry Panna Cotta

Much has been said about the wobble of the panna cotta. If you get it just right, your dessert should […]

#FestiveFood Jolly Jellies

The festive season is the time for indulgence, but time with your loved ones is more important than slaving away in the […]

Holiday recipe: Snoek & Patat

Ingredients • 1 snoek (about 1,3 kg), butterflied and cleaned • 10 ml (2 tsp) ginger, finely grated • 10 […]

#FestiveFood Duck liver parfait with Muscat jelly

Perhaps slightly more effort than opening a jar of olives or a packet of pretzels, but serve this delicate and […]

#FestiveFood Impress with Confit of Duck with Roasted Plums

As soon as one uses the original French culinary term, expectations are high. The kitchen expects a certain degree of […]

2018 programme of Cooking Demo’s!

Since introducing a special programme of Cooking Demo’s around its centre-piece Kitchen Table, Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards have been entertaining those passionate […]

Classic Combo – chocolate cake and red wine

Ending our series on cake and wine and how they combine, there really is no other choice than the ultimate […]

Lemon Polenta Cupcakes

  Cupcakes are really just little cakes, but there is something in their make-up that makes them irresistible, festive, fun! […]

Trend or tradition – we love carrot cake (with wine!)

The innovative use of vegetables was a big culinary trend in 2017 and those in the know keeps it on the list […]

Cake and Wine? Yes, they combine!

For the bikini-conscious, cake in November might be a no-no.  But for those who prefer a one-piece or beach cover-up, […]

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