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Knowledge is thirsty work!

Knowledge is thirsty work!

Fine Wine Works now have a permanent presence in Mallorca in the form of Tania Kane. After many years traveling the world first as Stewardess and then Cook on yachts, Tania Kane has recently left the lure of the sea and taken her love of wine to the next level, ... Read More »

Sweet indulgence

Sweet indulgence

Delicious American-style muffins have become so popular over the last decade and you now see them proudly displayed everywhere from starbucks to MacDonald’s. Unfortunately, the truth is they tend to be frozen, mass-produced items that are most likely pumped full of preservatives and E-numbers. The fact is, big or small, ... Read More »

Miss Lollypop

Miss Lollypop

Carlo Paramidani and his girlfriend Giorgia who live in Mallorca with their two little girls have opened a homemade Popsicle store in Palma Nova, sharing the building with Pie in the Sky . Our popsicles are made with fresh fruit from Mallorca every day by Giorgia and they just add ... Read More »

The sensory kitchen

The sensory kitchen

For any decent Chef, the starting point of any new dish is always the ingredients. Great chefs will think endlessly about their appearance, aroma, texture and flavour. Only when you understand and respect the essence of an ingredient can you properly come to enhance its flavour through cooking. The uncomfortable ... Read More »

Stewardess’ Pick of the Month from RIALTO LIVING

Stewardess’ Pick of the Month from RIALTO LIVING

-Our favourite lifestyle store in Palma- Wicker and rattan baskets don’t just look lovely, they can store an astonishing array of everyday items making them beautifully essential storage units on super yachts. Moreover, the woven texture and light-airy look bring summer to mind and add flair to any area onboard. ... Read More »

Galley Goddess

Galley Goddess

Back in the 70’s the popularity of Sunday brunches was at its peak, but many viewed it with a certain amount of suspicion. And, my dear Islanders, for a very good bloody reason; brunch back then was nothing but a dumping ground for restaurants leftovers from Friday and Saturday nights. ... Read More »

Rabbit!

Rabbit!

Rabbit, hare, coney – a question dear Islanders………. is rabbit more of a meal than a pet? Is Baroness Brownie Von Marshmallow, a daughters bunny, twitching her nose in her hutch, just a friend to cuddle? Or, a rather delicious main course to be enjoyed with an excellent bottle of ... Read More »

Stewardess’ Pick of the Month from RIALTO LIVING

Stewardess’ Pick of the Month from RIALTO LIVING

-Our favourite lifestyle store in Palma-   A Pinterest-perfect superyacht saloon, one that will make guests smile as soon as they step inside, is usually down to an interior’s smaller items. It’s the attention to details that make the difference between an original and interesting interior and a beautiful but ... Read More »

EASY LIKE SUNDAY MORNING

EASY LIKE SUNDAY MORNING

  There is something slightly decadent about Brunch, it’s so much more relaxed than lunch or dinner and it definitely feels a little more self-indulgent especially when drinking a little Champagne for breakfast.   I love having people over for brunch but you do need to get organised and it ... Read More »