Staying sane at the moment seems like a pretty tricky thing to do. Never the less, looking after our minds as well as our bodies has always been a priority for us!We wanted to share a few tips and tricks that may be useful to make the best out of a bad situation. Whether you are working from home, quarantined, going to work everyday or self-isolating, hopefully one or two of these will help. Video chats with friends and family- connecting has never been easier!Cook a delicious meal- our good friend Karena Armstrong has been kind enough to share one of her favourite comfort-food recipes, and BONUS, it’s so easy even we can make it. *See bottom of page for recipeDo a puzzle- our friends at Okay Lady have some stunning puzzles that we just adore!Clean!- We know, *yawn* but seriously it’s so therapeutic, get into those cupboards you hate opening or maybe even that garden shed you’re too scared to walk into… And the best thing about all of these?THEY CAN ALL BE DONE WITH A GLASS OF WINE IN HAND. Since we have taken some precautions and moved into a work from home situation (minus our champion winery and vineyard crew), we reached out to a few members of the team to see how they are making it through this...Our Marketing Legend, Erin
Q. It's no secret you love Pop Culture and being a classic millennial! What's 'trending' for you right now?
A. I am OBSESSED with Florence Pugh's cooking videos on her Instagram story! Not only are they great recipes but she is incredibly entertaining! I really want to make the squash soup!PSA. The recipes are saved on her profileOur Accountant, Kath
Q. Kath! You are always managing to keep fit and make exercise a priority. How are you doing that at the moment?
A. I've taken up running (I reckon I'll be running a half marathon by the time this is over!), yoga at home every morning and beach walks with Riley (Kath's son) and Arte (Family dog).Our Global Sales Manager, MattQ. We ask you this a lot but right now seems a more important time than any... What are you currently watching?A. I just finished watching 'Tiger King' on Netflix... IT IS WILD!Our Winemaker, KateQ. You're always reading a good book! Whats on the 'to read list' right now?A. Peter Goldsworthy's MinotaurHolly Ringland's The Lost Flowers of Alice HartPeter Wohlleben's The Secret Network of NaturePlus I always refer to Michael Greger's How Not to DieOur General Manager, MichaelQ. Try and keep this answer short... What are you listening to right now?A. From my earliest days music has always played a part in near every day, and although through my parents endless playing of classical music, Denis Roussos, Nana Mouskouri, John Denver, Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, or even sadly Rolf Harris almost droving me over the edge, I now have to admit that I now look back fondly on the memory...Q. This isn't going to be short is it?A. NoRead MoreFinally, as promised, A recipe by Karena Armstrong."Here is a super easy one for a slow cooker. The ribs are super aromatic so a good match to the reds like your Phoenix Cabernet or Hyland Shiraz!"Sticky Beef RibsIngredients:beef ribs 2kgsoy 50mloyster 50mlrock sugar 1 Pieceginger 50ggarlic 4 Clovesorange peel 1coriander roots ½ Bunchblack vinegar 50mlkorean chilli paste 140gstar anise 3 Piecescinnamon 3 Piecessesame oil 40mlMethod:Place all ingredients in a slow cooker and cook on low for 4-6 hours or until tender.Serving Suggestions:You can cook the ribs the day before serving. Just brush with oil and grill on a hot BBQ to reheat.ORPan Fry with Peanut Oil and fresh Chilli to re-heat. Serve with lots of fresh herbs, ice-berg lettuce and roasted nuts.
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