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A Pringle Proms Compelling Conversation with David and Renaye Kramer

Join South African cultural, musical and theatrical icon David Kramer and his producing partner and wife Renaye Kramer for lunch in Pringle Bay at 12 noon on June 9.  Brian Berkman will chat to them about key milestones past and what may still be on 

Ask about the next Keto, Low-Carb, Banting Sugar-Free entertaining workshop

Ask about the next Keto, Low-Carb, Banting Sugar-Free entertaining workshop

If you follow the low-carb, sugar-free or keto diet but want to learn how to entertain for friends who don’t, hands-on cooking and feasting workshops will be held in Pringle Bay. Hosted by Brian Berkman, a former restaurant reviewer who was an early adopter of 

Pringle Bay to travel to and stay.

My love affair with Pringle Bay has grown the longer I’ve lived here but I rarely have the opportunity to write about it. If you have the time to pour yourself something delicious to drink or, better yet, put on your bathing suit, please join 

Join us on our trip around The Cape Horn

Grab a copy of SLOW issue 42 next time you’re in the British Airways lounge and join me on our trip around The Cape Horn or click this link to read online: http://bit.ly/2sx8dD8

Having a story to tell helps your commodity become a brand

Having a story to tell helps your commodity become a brand

UK Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board chief strategy officer Tom Hind told the recent Oxford Farming Conference that a growth opportunity exists for British producers who can talk about their food in a way which appeals to consumers. This is equally true for South African growers