I love the wine from this region
Pommard is a city in Burgundy, Eastern France, famous for its Côte de Beaune wine production.
This village is located near Beaune along the “Route des Grands Crus”.
For foreigners, Pommard is an easy name to remember, it may be one of the reasons why it became a famous market place. 130,000 cases produced from 337 hectares makes it the second major area of production after Beaune. 135 hectares dedicated to Premier Cru like Les Epenots and Les Rugiens . (Read more )
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Written by Yazeed Kamaldien
The Cape’s Muslim history and culture will be the focus of a Heritage Day tour next week when the national holiday coincides with Eid ul-Adha, an annual Islamic festival.
Eid ul-Adha marks the pilgrimage that Muslims are obliged to make to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, at least once in a lifetime if they are by the financial and physical means.
And every year on September 24, which marks national Heritage Day, locals are encouraged to learn about each other’s cultures.
Kate Crane Briggs, a tour guide originally from England, has initiated a tour to explore Islamic heritage in the Cape on Eid ul-Adha.
Along with Bo-Kaap locals, she will take her tour group to a mosque…
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Point Sublime, on the North Rim of The Grand Canyon offers one great vista of the canyon and surrounding area. The storm cell images are those that ravaged Southern Utah on Monday causing death and destruction. As I experienced, these cells roll very fast over the landscape and you better be prepared to take cover. I had my vehicle close by and felt secure. With all the monsoonal moisture we have experienced this summer, the depths of The Grand Canyon have really greened up.
My favourite of the day!
Doesn’t look colourful but it was oh soooooo delicious!!!
What you need:
500 ml coconut milk
3 tablespoons green curry paste (I use 1 tablespoon for a milder curry)
500 g chicken breasts, thinly sliced
3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons fish sauce
10 g ginger, freshly grated
Juice and zest of 1 lime
2 handfuls fresh coriander leaves or basil leaves
What you do:
Put 60 ml coconut milk in a wok or a heavy based frying pan and simmer over a medium heat for about five minutes. Add the curry past and cook for 2 minutes until fragrant. Add the chicken and stir for a few minutes. Add the rest of the coconut milk, fish sauce and sugar and simmer for another 5 minutes. Lastly add the ginger, lime juice and zest and the fresh coriander leaves. Stir through and serve (with YUM-smile) immediately with fragrant Thai rice.