Posts Tagged “wine”

Meg’s Slow Cooker Secrets: Tomato & Wine Chicken

Today we’re sharing the third and final recipe from Meg.  It’s nearly time for her to leave South Africa and to begin her new life in Dublin. We can’t wait to see her try the Irish classics! We love cooking with wine (and sometimes we do add some to the pot as the classic quip…

Chicken, Cooking With Wine, Guest Post, Slow-cooker Secrets , , , ,

Homemade Beef Burger with Red Wine Butter

Homemade Beef Burger with Red Wine Butter

If you’re paging through the May edition of Food and Home Magazine you may have recognised the faces on page 18. Yes, that’s Tables and Thyme as the featured blog of the month. We’ve saved an electronic copy here if you prefer to read the article online. The burger we chose for the article is…

Burger Night , , , , , , , ,

Rhino Tears Wine – the perfect summer pair

Rhino Tears Wine – the perfect summer pair

In case you haven’t noticed, summer has definitely arrived. We’ve skipped spring and hit the heat head on! To me, this means more outdoor meals with friends. Lazy afternoons eating too much and enjoy a few glasses of wine with people who make you laugh! While we’re enjoying these moments, let’s support a worthy cause…

Cooking With Wine, Drinks, Lifestyle, Product Review, South Africa , , , , , , ,

Rustic red wine and rosemary butter – Cooking with Wine

Rustic red wine and rosemary butter – Cooking with Wine

Welcome back Kara! Here’s the second post in her “Cooking with Wine”series. If you missed part one, have a look here “Wine is sunshine, held together by water” – Galileo Galileo One of the things I have learnt over the years is that there is a very fine line between an average meal and a…

Cooking With Wine, Guest Post, Main Course, Uncategorized , , ,

How do I open my wine without a bottle opener and other kitchen questions:

How do I open my wine without a bottle opener and other kitchen questions:

What to do if you don’t have a rolling pin? *confession – I don’t have one! You decided to make your own pie. Or you’re bravely baking biscuits for Christmas. But you don’t have a rolling pin to roll out your pastry. You have a few options. Use a wine bottle (there is always one…

Lifestyle , ,
Go Top