Life: Food&Wine

Sandton restaurant Septimos has partnered with local patisserie Patachou to give its breakfast and dessert menus some extra bon vivant.
Turkey is an overwhelmingly Muslim country and, with alcohol considered to be haram (prohibited) under Islam, many will not touch a drop throughout their lives.
The odour of the Asian delicacy has been described as 'decaying, onion-like, rotten eggs, sulphury and fried shallots'.
The food market had an impressive range of street food, serving everything from spicy fried chicken served with beer to skewers of marinated meat and vegetables.
Oliver's Land Rover Discovery will come with slow-cooker, barbecue, ice cream maker, olive oil dispenser and will even churn butter as you drive.
Countries including Italy asked for limits to avoid the oversupply which produced 'wine lakes' in the mid-2000s.
Researchers said their findings could offer an important tool in the fight against cardiovascular disease, the world's top killer.
Brewers have had to learn that old marketing strategies were not going to persuade modern Japanese women to buy their drinks.
The country is the second largest cocoa exporter in the world behind neighbouring Ivory Coast.
Even amid an economic crisis and food shortages in the country, the demand for craft beer is booming.
The crop is strung up from trees, roofs and on walls, where they look like thick, crimson ivy.
The animals are fitted with infrared bio-sensors which monitor their heartbeat and movement.
Thieves making away with grapes is not a new phenomenon but it has surged this year, apparently because of a disastrous yield.
A Chinese chef has become an online hit by using everyday objects as cooking equipment.
The previous record was a height of eight metres and was set up in Dubai last year.
There is a special reason why you might not get what you ordered at a pop-up restaurant in Tokyo, Japan.
Kota has evolved over time, with many exploring unique ingredients.
The Mercedes driver, who is seeking his fourth world title this year, said he had gradually moved to veganism over the past two years.
Six million people from all over the world are expected to visit the world's largest beer festival, which runs until October 3.
Teran, a grape grown in the red soils of Slovenia's rocky Karst plateau, has had protected EU status since the country joined the bloc in 2004.
The largest Eastern European manufacturer of sparkling wines that uses classical methods similar to those for making champagne.
A trawl for research on the topic found 'a surprisingly limited number' of studies into low alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
Local legend has it that the black pudding throwing tradition sprang from the War of the Roses in the 15th century.
Some fields had lost 80-85 percent of their potential output this season.
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