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Gluhwein

Gluhwein...

Gluhwein The most perfect (and addictive) winter drink that will leave your tummy feeling warm and fuzzy… It must be love! Tried and tested Recipe by Rozanne. G’s comment: I love Dullstroom in the winter with the mist covering the dams and the swoosh of fly rods in the early mornings and take it from me, this is just what you need when you get back from a cold morning fishing 🙂 What you need 1 orange,...
Hot chocolate

Hot chocolate...

What would winter nights be without hot chocolate? Not great…. This recipe uses real chocolate and perfect for winter weekend nights watching DVD’s. If you have a coffee machine, whip up some milk foam to top it off or just toss a few marshmallows for some real decadence. Hot chocolate 2 cups cold milk 1/2 cup grated milk chocolate 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Sugar to taste The process Warm the milk on the stove...
Chocolate Vodka

Chocolate Vodka...

Chocolate Vodka I saw this chocolate Vodka recipe on one of Justin Bonello’s programs and just had to try it. It’s very straight forward and promises both a sugar rush and an kick. It’s a great party shooter but beware, it really does have a serious kick in it. What you need 1/3 bottle Vodka (still in the bottle) 2 slabs chocolate broken into small pieces (your favorite chocolate, dark, milk or white) Hot...
Festive ice

Festive ice...

Festive ice Add a little something to your entertaining this year with these fruit ice cubes. They look amazing floating in a drink and you can freeze just about anything. The process You need nice deep ice cube trays. Cut pieces of fruit like lemon, lime, strawberry or orange and place a piece into each division, then top up with water and freeze. These look really amazing in cocktails.
Champagne cocktail

Champagne cocktail...

Champagne cocktail It’s celebration time! New years celebrations mean one thing, and that is lots and lots of champagne. Try these champagne cocktails for some variety. There is a sweet one, a dark one, a traditional champagne cocktail and then the good old Mimosa. Traditional Champagne cocktail 1 sugar cube 1 teaspoon brandy Chilled champagne cherry to garnish Place the sugar cube in the glass and pour over the...
Homemade lemonade

Homemade lemonade...

Home made lemonade We’ve all seen those lemonade stalls and cartoons and fresh lemonade really appeals to me so I thought I would give it a go and I really enjoyed it. It’s fresh minty and sweet and a refreshing change from canned drinks. What you need 2 limes 1 lemon 180 sugar 1 ½ cups water 1 l soda water Mint leaves The process Cut the lemon and limes in half, toss them into a sturdy bowl with the sugar and water....
Chocolate Martini

Chocolate Martini...

Chocolate Martini Chocolate Martini’s are really great as a different after dinner drink (or anytime really) that will round off your dinner and have them sighing and slipping low down into their chairs. This makes 4 and I suggest you make batches of 4 if you need more. What you need 100ml Gin 40g milk chocolate broken into pieces 200ml Vermouth Cocoa powder for the rim (or not) The process Take the cocoa powder and...
Mojito

Mojito...

The weather has been great the last few days and it’s time to prepare your arsenal for the summer parties ahead. Mojito’s are a classic and justthe thing to kick off summer. What you need 1 teaspoon caster sugar Juice from 2 limes, about 2 tots 2 tots white Rum, like Bacardi 2 tots soda water 4 mint leaves 1 sprig of mint and lemon slice to garnish