All your questions about booze and diet—answered!
When the weather is warm, not much makes me happier than firing up our outdoor pizza oven with a cold craft IPA in hand. A registered dietitian drinking a high-carb, gluten-filled liquid appetizer followed by a few slices of carb- and gluten-containing pizza? Yessir.
I also enjoy a nice glass of red wine, a tumbler of Kentucky bourbon, or a kombucha cocktail because I like the taste.
New York City is made up of five boroughs and about forty islands, give or take a few. (The count changes with the tide, and also as we continue to conjoin our tiny islands with landfills). While there’s not a lot of fun stuff happening on, say, Rat Island, or the Chimney Sweeps, the city’s tangle of rivers and bays ensures we’ll always have plenty of waterfront.
Singapore could just be Asia’s top destination for nightlife lovers, after 11 establishments from the Republic made it into a new ranking of the region’s 50 best bars – the highest from any city or country.
Whether it’s Oreo-maker Mondelez exploring the possibility of launching a CBDproduct range or the rising trend of caffeine addicts adding CBD oil to their morning cuppa, cannabidiol is all the rage in the food and beverage industry. The cannabis plant’s non-psychoactive chemical lists benefits such as pain relief and lower levels of anxiety and depression and has a nutty, earthy taste. From a hemp-flavored dessert to a herbaceous G&T, here are six places in London to get your fix of CBD food and drink.
The world of wine can be overwhelming for beginners thankfully, the experts at Cult Wines have put together a list of the best fine wine apps to help.
Tom Gearing, the managing director of Cult Wines and runner up in Season Eight of the BBC’s ‘The Apprentice’ said: “wine apps are great for novice enthusiasts to get the closest they can to a conversation with a wine expert. Through apps you are able determine what key fragrances, tastes and regions you really like and that’s a great starting point.”
With over a decade of fine wine investment and collection management services to a global audience, it’s safe to say they know a thing or two about wines.
The Cape Winelands, South Africa’s spectacularly scenic wine country in the country’s southwest, spoil visitors for choice in terms of opportunities to eat, drink, and explore.
With world-class cuisine, hundreds of wine farms steeped in centuries of history, and some of the best hotels in all of Africa, this singular region also offers incredible value for the dollar.