Leaping leopards

Loted high on a ridge of the world-famous Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Kirkman’s Kamp has a gracious and rich history.

Leaping leopards

Loted high on a ridge of the world-famous Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Kirkman’s Kamp has a gracious and rich history.

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Switch it up for summer

By Edilka Anderson

Warmer weather’s here and so is the sun. It’s been a challenging year for most of us, and we think it’s time to switch it up and have some fun.

Let there be brunch…

By Mark Eglington
Eggs, mera, action! Let’s re-invent Saturday or Sunday brunch at home. Now, where’s that mimosa I was promised?

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Leaping leopards

Loted high on a ridge of the world-famous Sabi Sand Wildtuin, Kirkman’s Kamp has a gracious and rich history.

Grand spaces and simple places

By Edilka Anderson

Now that the better weather is here and there’s sunshine to add joy to our daily lives, let’s consider some safe and clever ways to expand our living spaces.

Grand spaces and simple places

By Edilka Anderson

Now that the better weather is here and there’s sunshine to add joy to our daily lives, let’s consider some safe and clever ways to expand our living spaces.

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Snuggle up

The Hess Collection 19 Block Mountain Cuve?e 2016, Mount Veeder, Napa Valley, lifornia, United States (LCBO: 18879, $54.95).

A terrific, juicy lifornian red wine blend of Malbec, bernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Petit Verdot grapes from vines planted at 2,000 feet above sea level in the winery’s estate vineyards on the steep slopes of Mount Veeder. Deep purple in the glass with liquid dark cherry, black raspberries, blackberries, dark chocolate, cracked pepper, savoury and toasty oak spice flavours vibrant on the palate. Food pairings: Grilled meats, meat lover’s pizza, meaty stews. Alcohol: 14.5%. Sweetness: Extra Dry. 750 ml. Drink: 2020– 2030. Score: 92/100.

Let there be brunch…

By Mark Eglington
Eggs, mera, action! Let’s re-invent Saturday or Sunday brunch at home. Now, where’s that mimosa I was promised?