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Read moreBiltong and wine pairing
19th September 2017
Biltong and Wine Pairing »

From cheese to chips, wine can be paired with nearly any snack or food items. So let’s combine South Africa’s two favourite things; Biltong and Wine. This guide will help

Read moredroewors and wine pairing
12th September 2017
Droewors and Wine Pairing »

Stellenbosch Hills Wine Estate headed the Droewors and Wine tasting trend in 2005 and has proved to be one of the most popular categories of wine tasting in SA! This

Read moreSouth African Mugs
5th September 2017
Bring some style to your beverage! »

South African Mugs are for whether you want novelty mugs to make someone smile, brighten up a dull desk at work, or an elegant design for your morning cuppa. Give new meaning to a

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30th August 2017
7 Celebrities you didn’t realise were from South Africa »

  You may not have heard of Jonathan Liebesman, but we’re sure you must have heard of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Yes, a South African Director was behind this infamous

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5th July 2017
What’s so important about Grass Fed Beef? »

Here at St Marcus, we’re big on meat. But not just any meat, it has to be grass fed. But what’s all the rage about corn fed and grass fed?!

Read morefathers' day
7th June 2017
Fathers’ Day is Just Around the Corner! »

Did you know that Fathers’ Day was invented by American Mrs. Sonora Smart Dodd who wanted to honour her father, a veteran who had, as a single parent, raised his

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25th May 2017
Jerky Vs. Biltong. What is the real difference? »

Jerky Vs. Biltong. Although Biltong would be the winner in the eyes of a South African, we thought it would be useful to set the record straight once and for

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8th May 2017
When Is South African Mothers Day? »

South African Mothers Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in the month of May, but of course, you knew that. Yes yes, we know that South African Mothers Day

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4th April 2017
Himalayan Pink Salt… What’s all the rage? »

A Healthier Salt The origin of Himalayan pink salt comes from crystallised sea salt beds, that are now deep within the Himalayans, were covered by lava. Aside from being kept

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28th March 2017
Easter Egg Hunt… SA Style »

Hip Hop Hurray, Easter is on its way! Easter has hopped up on us once again. It’s that time of year when we all hit a collective chocolate high and

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