Pedro Kruger or “Die boytjie van Brackenfell” is probably one of South Africa’s most famous pianists. He made his South African debut being the resident piano player on Kyknet’s hit music series called “Liriekeraai”.
I took this promotional image back in the late nineties at a dress rehearsal. My trusted manual focus Canon T90 with a Canon FL 28mm F2.8 lense was tripod mounted. I used a low shutter speed and some fill-in flash to obtain some movement on the image. The film was Kodak Tri-X 400 ISO.
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“Make [food] simple and let things taste of what they are.”
On my way to work this morning, the sky turned the most beautiful salmon colour. During that brief instant I found the inspiration I needed for my next Italian Recipe!
Healthy, modern and easy to prepare, this Marinated Salmon Recipe are ideal for healthy stress-free living.
Enjoy preparing and eating this authentic recipes.
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Last year September I had the privileged to taste, what is probably Australia’s most iconic red wine from the Terra Rosa or red soils of the Barossa Valley, South Australia.
Yes, I am talking about a Penfolds Grange 2000; bottle number 17756!
The Grange is a single varietal red wine, made from the Shiraz grape. In short the wine is vinified in open fermenters using Bayanus yeast strains. The wine is then softly handled by using a basket press, before it is matured in 300 liter oak barrels.
Bottle #17756 had a very deep and youthful red colour, even after 11 years from being harvested.
On the nose I found an abundance of Italian black truffles, followed by layers of Peppermint Crisp chocolate and sour cherries.
The most amazing thing about this wine tough, was how well the nose followed through to the palate. Every single aromatic feature became a dimension on the palate.
The mouth feel of this prestigious Australian red can be summarized in the following three words:
What a pleasure to have tasted this New World icon!
For much more on the Australian icon, read Langton’s definite guide on the Penfolds Grange at: http://www.langtons.com.au/images/pdfs/grange_guide.pdf