PROUD MARY

Watch Taraji P. Henson as she takes on a role like she’s never before as Mary, a hit woman working for an organized crime family in Boston, whose life is completely turned around when she meets a young boy whose path she crosses when a professional hit goes bad. Genre: Action/Crime/Thriller 16DLV Running Time: 89 Mins

24 HOURS TO LIVE

Making a rare foray into rock ‘em, sock ‘em action territory, Hawke plays a CIA agent who sacrifices everything for his employers, including his family and, ultimately, his own life. No sooner has he shuffled off this mortal coil, though, then he finds himself mysteriously resurrected for one last mission that’s timed to last exactly 24 hours. Once the countdown clock embedded in his arm reaches zero, he’ll once again nod off into an eternal slumber if he hasn’t completed his task. Before that happens, expect him to wreak bloody havoc on both his targets and his former CIA minders.

Genre: Action/Thriller 18DLV Running Time: 89 Mins

Massive turnout to Fire and Feast Meat Festival Expo

Thousands of people poured into Johannesburg’s Ticketpro Dome from 8 to 10 June to witness this year’s sizzling Fire and Feast Meat Festival expo. Presented by Crown National, Fire and Feast Meat Festival was running for its second year in the city with the aim to educate meat lovers regarding meat purchasing and cooking. During the three -day programme, there was a line-up of the best diverse chefs who taught the visitors on how to cook, simmer, sear and braai meat from leading butchers.

With this and more, the programme was accompanied by great music and family entertainment in a grand setting. In an interview with Cosmo City Chronicle, a chef at Lamb and Mutton SA Theatre who identified herself as only Naledi said she was excited to be participating in the expo. “The expo is giving us time to engage with meat lovers who also happen to be our clients. It is a very good opportunity for us to showcase our talent in the meat industry.

We are providing tasty samples so that our customers get to know our new products. The meat lovers will also get to understand different spices, sauces and cooking accessories that we use behind the scenes,” she said.

Andrew Aphane, a representative from the National Department of Environment said they were exhibiting to show that the game meat is healthy to eat.
“Most people have never tasted the game meat, so we are doing our best to partner with the retailers to spread the meat in various areas of the country. We are exhibiting different game meat from animals like Blue Wildebeest, Kudu, Buffaloes and many more,” he said.
Joao Silva, a representative from the Victoria Polish Meat Company said they were bringing diversity in the meat industry though traditional Polish meat.
“Our meat is traditionally straight from Poland and it has some Polish flavours. We want to bring diversity in South Africa with regards to meat consumption. Our meats always go with a bottle of some flavoured water which assists in dealing with alcoholic hangovers,” said Silva.
Che Upton, a Chef at Che Gourmet said she took the expo as a platform to bring the world together through food.
“We provide exciting recipes and products from all over the world. From America and Europe to Asia and Africa, we bring global, fresh and mouth-watering product range you can use in a million different ways in your kitchen. We have healthy sauces, seasonings and fermented food from around the world,” said Upton.

Fire & Feast meat festival is the best place to “sauce” fathers day

If you’re searching for a way to spice up Father’s Day with the ultimate gift, then get to Fire & Feast Meat Festival presented by Crown National at Joburg’s Ticketpro Dome from 8 to 10 June. At Fire & Feast Meat Festival, we recognise that dads come in all shapes and sizes with a range of interests to match - which is why we’ve tried to find a dynamic list of gift suggestions for this Father’s Day.  And none of them is socks. Here are our top 10 gift items:

 

1. Engrave a bottle of Jack Daniel's whiskey

 

Buy a bottle of Tennessee’s finest from the Jack Daniel’s family for dad this Father’s Day. Select from the double mellowed Gentleman Jack, the smooth sippin’ Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey or even the uniquely crafted Single Barrel Select. Why not take it a step further and have a personalised message, or dad’s name, engraved onto the bottle. The Jack Daniel’s team will be onsite at Fire & Feast to put this personal touch on your purchase.

 

  

 

2. Get inked

 

For a gift with a bit of edge, consider getting dad a tattoo for Father’s Day. Renowned local tattoo artists from Awhe Tattoo & Lifestyle Studio will be featuring at the Jack Daniel’s Man Cave at Fire & Feast, ready to customise a design or replicate any creation on skin. If tattoos aren’t his thing, then an I ‘heart’ dad tattoo on the upper arm is always a classic.

 

  

 

3. Time for a groom

 

Treat dad to some traditional styling at Barnet Fair Barber Shop – old-school charm with a modern twist. They offer traditional hot towel shaves, beard shaves, head shaves, beard maintenance and haircuts…all right inside the Jack Daniel’s Man Cave at Fire & Feast. Keep dad in style beyond Father’s Day by investing in some premium-crafted beard care and grooming products from The Bearded Man.

 

 

4. Wear it right

 

‘A bru maak a plan’ for Father’s Day with May Bru’s awesome range of trendy clothing and accessories, all for sale at the Fire & Feast Jack Daniel’s Man Cave. Get dad styling in their uniquely-designed hoodies, T-shirts, vests or caps. All ‘locally bru’d’.

 

 

5. Keeping it retro

 

For a truly timeless gift, there’s nothing quite as original as a handcrafted wall clock from the artists at Vinyl Record. Each vintage record is recrafted into a stylishly retro wall clock depicting anything from a favourite superhero to a more whimsical forest scene. These reconfigured retro pieces – located in the Jack Daniel’s Man Cave - will keep dad on time and in style.

 

  

 

6. Chad-O-Chef braai

 

What better place to find the ultimate braai than Fire & Feast Meat Festival? Leading gas braai manufacturers, Chad-O-Chef, will be featuring their in-demand range which includes drop-in gas braais, built-in gas braais and retro-fit gas braais. Visitors will even get to see the exceptional Chad-O-Chef Hybrid braai in action at Braaitology, as well as in the four meat theatres, brought to you by Chad-O-Chef. This can braai using gas, wood, charcoal or even smoker chips. What’s not to love?

 

 

7. Braai accessories  

 

It’s time to accessorise dad’s braai and Fire & Feast has everything he’ll need …braai thermometers, ignitors, braai covers, aprons, and so much more. He’ll be kitted out for that Father’s Day braai.

 

8. Quality-crafted accessories

 

If leather and canvas resonate with your dad, then stop by Knap Sak within the Jack Daniel’s Man Cave and you’ll be sure to find a quality gift. The company specialises in handmade items such as satchels, belts, suspenders…even leather bowties and ties.

 

 

9. MyBraai Meat & Wine Pairing Theatre tickets

 

South Africa’s premium online butchery, MyBraai, has joined forces with the one of the country’s leading wine producers, Leopard’s Leap, to offer a juicy inclusion on the Fire & Feast menu – the MyBraai Meat & Wine Pairing Theatre. Buy dad a ticket to the demonstration where he’ll get to sample five incredible meat dishes accompanied by Leopard’s Leap range of wines. There’ll also be free giveaways at the event. Tickets of R150 are available through www.computicket.co.za giving access to the entire Fire & Feast Meat Festival.

 

  

 

10.  Go big with a Ford

 

If you’re looking to really make an impression this Father’s Day, Ford will be showcasing the new Ford Fiesta, Ford Mustang and Ford Ranger at this year’s Fire & Feast. These beautiful machines, boasting the latest in technological features and accessories, will be on show… and available to purchase if you feel the drive.

 

In addition to the incredibly products available for purchase, visitors to this year’s Fire & Feast will be treated to a full menu of tasty features, including:

 

• Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Bar & Restaurant

• Craftology

• The Sparta Beef Theatre, The Poultry Theatre brought to you by County Fair & Festive, The Pork Tasting Room and The Lamb & Mutton SA Theatre

• Braaitology brought to you by Chad-O-Chef

• BRM Bistro

• Wine Tasting Area

• Live entertainment daily

• SA’s Winning National Butchers Team supported by Crown National

• A range of exhibitions which complement the ultimate South African meat and braai experience

 

Eat, meat, feast and repeat at the ultimate meat, braai and music celebration. Tickets are available from www.computicket.co.za or at the door. No alcohol will be served to U18’s.

 

For more information follow Fire & Feast Meat Festival on:

 

www.fireandfeast.co.za

Facebook: Fire and Feast Meat Festival

Instagram: @fireandfeast

Twitter: @fireandfeastSA

 

Fire & Feast Meat Festival Schedule

 

Exclusive Trade Morning on Friday 8 June:    10am – 12pm

Open to the Public                Friday 8th June:       12pm – 6pm

Saturday 9th June:    10am – 6pm

Sunday 10th June:    10am – 6pm

 

Tickets

 

Ticket price:       Adults R100

Trade:                R100 at the door

Pensioners:       R80

Children:            R20

 

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