Life: Food&Wine

Guide Michelin France, which published its 2017 version last Thursday, mistook Jacquet's place for another restaurant of the same name.
Kadhi is a slow, simmered chickpea soup often made with chickpea fritters, called pakoras, that are simmered in the fragrant, saucy broth.
The move out of the central town of Roanne to a rural village just eight kilometres away may seem modest, but to the Troisgros dynasty it is a sea change.
A sculpture created especially for the auction and standing three metres tall, reached R1.2 million alone.
Rosto's chickens are so fresh they virtually fly out the oven.
The exciting thing about buying a white eggplant is that it looks like an egg.
Understanding the best food option is getting complicated. Enter the new flexitarians. THE CONVERSATION AFRICA.
The golden age of Belgian beer is either ending, or radically transforming.
From giant pomelos to gold-dusted coconuts, Vietnam's markets fill up with an array of novelty fruits ahead of Tet.
In pursuit of a healthy cuisine, chefs are adding vegan dishes to their menus.
Rye is showing up in doughnuts, pie crusts and even croissants.
Since its inception in 2014, the auction has raised R33-million for education in the Winelands.
Nearly half of the fish served at more than two dozen highly-rated sushi restaurants in Los Angeles was mislabelled.
Kudzu-ko, or arrowroot starch, is also an excellent remedy following over-indulgence in rich foods and alcoholic beverages.
Add this big salad for supper featuring roasted vegetables, cranberries and toasted walnuts topped with a zingy maple-dijon vinaigrette to your repertoire.
The 'Naked Chef' has lost six of his 42 restaurants amid tough trading conditions.
More than 30 million cakes will be devoured in France in January, and millions more in neighbouring Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg.
Reducing alcohol means you might find it easier to manage your weight as some drinks have as many calories as high fat foods.
Pick a Pancake just outside of Harties had a busy start to the year as customers flocked to taste its unique pancakes.
The well-known chef and judge of cooking show 'Chopped' takes the festive season outside.
eNCA reporter Tanya Nefdt meets up with Bouchard Finlayson cellar master Peter Finlayson.
The holiday season has become a jet-fuelled boost of over-indulgence on an already excessive culture of over-consumption.
An overwhelming amount of evidence indicates that animal agriculture contributes at least 15% of annual global greenhouse gas emissions.
From gastropubs popping up all over the place, to Michelin-starred cuisine, the hot new food scene reflects the steady gentrification in the area.
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