Sobantu Vilakazi

Fashion

Love Styled

Picking out an outfit for Valentine’s Day can be a dreadful experience if you not inclined to dressing to impress, and you not a natural stylista to pull off a red and white number tastefully. Don’t be alarmed there many others’ like you.

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My advice to you ladies and gentlemen keep it simple, for one, if you are going to wear a red and white number and you are planning on going out with your better half, you run the risk of matching your outfit with décor at that restaurant, and we wouldn’t want that now would we. Worry no more on what to put on this Valentine’s Day all you need is the three C’s. You are probably wondering what I am going on about, it is simple really and it is all you need.

The first C is company- not just any kind of company, but great company to make your night memorable. It is your choice really you can spend the night with your better half, your friends , your cat whoever choose make sure they are great company.

C2 and I’m not referring to the French mobile, but rather to the comfort you should experience in outfit, but I would advice lose cool material+ cause a lot of people make the mistake of no pain no gain, right- wrong! Comfort is everything if you want to look and feel sexy.

Last but not least confidence, it may sound clichéd but, it works it adds sex appeal , gets attention people can’t ignore it, intangible as it is, it makes your presence felt. If you do not have it, well fake it until you make it. Here are few tricks I when I don’t have an ounce of confidence; walk tall it works like a charm, sprits your favourite perfume like Madememoiselle Coco Chanel, only on places you expect to be kissed, same rules apply for gentlemen.

Make sure you have all these three when you step out the house on the 14th of February and do not forget to enjoy your night.

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Food: Lamb-Orghini Luncheon

Roast lamb is one of the all time favourites when it comes to Christmas lunches, its quick to make giving you more time to work on the rest of your Christmas lunch. Serves 8-10

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What you need

2.6 – 2.8kg leg of lamb on the bone
6 large cloves garlic halved
large handful of chopped fresh herbs (rosemary, basil, origanum, parsley)
Salt and pepper
Olive oil

The process

Heat your oven to 190 degrees Celsius

In the morning take the leg of lamb out of the fridge and leave it in a cool place until you get home. You don’t want very cold meat to go into the oven.

Slice your garlic cloves lengthways in half and prepare your pile of fresh herbs. Cut 12 thin slits all over the leg and stuff a piece of garlic into each one, then stuff the hole with fresh herbs. take a little olive oil on your hands and rub the leg to give it a thin coating of oil, then give a good grind of salt on pepper over the surface.

Slosh a bit of oil into the roasting pan and place the leg with the fatty side facing up, jam it in the oven, pour a glass of wine and leave it for 1 hour. After 1 hour check on it, spoon over a little of the juices that have collected and roast for another 1 hour.

That’s it, done.

Cooking times for roast lamb are 50 minutes per kilo plus an extra 20 minutes. This will give you medium lamb, if you like it a little more rare reduce the time by 10 minutes per kilo and always let it rest to 15 minutes or so before carving.

Serve with roast potatoes, and gravy.

Source – www.cookbook.co.za


Sobantu Vilakazi
Cars: Someone call 911

The Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet is set to reach South African shores early in 2012, featuring the same innovative aluminium-steel construction as the coupe. The addition of the all-new convertible top precisely manages to preserve the sleek 911 profile. The lightweight design includes extensive use of aluminium, magnesium, and advanced high strength steel, ensuring lower mass and improved fuel economy while still offering the improved driving dynamics that result from lower weight.


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The new 911 Carrera Cabriolet can accelerate from 0-100km/h in a highly respectable 4.4 seconds, achieving a top speed of 288 km/h.

On the other hand the 911’s big brother, the 911 Carrera S Cabriolet can hit 100 km/h in a breath taking 4.1 seconds, reaching a scorching track speed of 300 km/h. Both new cabriolets use the same engine as the matching coupes. The rear-engine 911 Carrera speedster utilizes a 3.4 litre boxer six-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection (DFI) generating 350 horsepower, matched to a standard seven-speed manual transmission or an optional PDK dual-clutch automated manual transmission. The open-air Carrera S features a 3.8-litre boxer six-cylinder DFI engine developing 294 kW and 440 N.m of torque.

With the same longer wheelbase, wider front track and new features introduced, on the 911 Carrera, and Carrera S, the new cabriolets reportedly offer sportier driving characteristics along with greater precision, agility and efficiency.

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