Tignanello

16 Jun 19
News Directory

Meghan Markle is known for her very healthy diet. She loves fresh, healthy meals that are cooked at home, she is known to be a veganism at various points in her life. Before she was a monster, Meghan Markle said that with her best health she wants to stick to a vegan diet during the […]

13 Jun 19
Brixen Mortar Wines

I drank this wine on my 46th birthday (January 31, if you’d like to send a bottle next year!) Unfortunately, my enjoyment of this delicious Italian Merlot was spoiled by a trip to the emergency room. Unbeknownst to me, I had stumbled into a patch of poison oak while hiking. It took a month for […]

06 Jun 19
xtraWine Blog

We don’t often cover IGT wines in our reviews. This isn’t to say that we have any sort of bias against such wines. Quite the opposite in fact. We recognised that some IGT wines are among the best Italian wines that you’ll ever find. And if you don’t believe us, just go and sample a […]

25 May 19
The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini   The wedding of Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle is another example of stage-managed event, from the announcement of their engagement to their union. It may be worth considering it not so much because of the un-usualness of the bride, but above all for the extravagant display which seems inconsistent with […]

25 May 19
Arcynewsy

Meghan Markle is known for his particularly healthy diet. She loves fresh, healthy home-cooked meals, and is also known for delighting in veganism at different times in her life. Before becoming a duchess, Meghan Markle told Best Health that she strives to follow a vegan diet during the week, but is a little more relaxed […]

24 May 19
The Irish Sun
MEGHAN Markle is known for her love of good food, often sharing new recipes and dishes on her now-defunct blog The Tig. Named after her favourite wine, Tignanello, the Duchess of Sussex loves nothing more than a glass of wine with simple, fresh ingredients. Meghan would drink a green juice instead of coffee The 37-year-old championed healthy eating, starting her day with hot water and lemon to aid digestion. Working on set for hours a day, Meghan would bring in a green juice she made at home to avoid reaching for caffeine when that “4pm slump” kicked in. Speaking to Today, she said:  “If I blend some apple, kale, spinach, lemon and ginger in my Vitamix in the morning and bring it to work, I always find that sipping on that is a much better boost than a cup of espresso.” She advised people to mix it up, throwing in berries or dairy-free milk for a change. She loves cooking and would often share recipes on her blog The Tig On the weekdays Meghan would kick things off with steel-cut oats with bananas and agave syrup, but when she wasn’t working she’d indulge a bit. If at a hotel, she told EyeSwoon she’d order “poached eggs and toast with avocado”, but her ultimate morning breakfast would be blueberry johnnycakes, bacon and maple syrup. For lunch, Meghan would also eat healthier when she was working when compared to the weekends. She’d cook in bulk, and save time throughout the week. [boxout headline=”Meghan’s ultimate food day”]Breakfast: Blueberry johnnycakes with bacon and maple syrup Lunch: Fish tacos and Albarino white wine Dinner: Rib eye and sautéed broccoli rabe or cavatelli pasta with a glass of The Tig [/boxout] Seasoned veggie quinoa was her “go to” meal on set, with Neghan telling Today: “At the start of each week, I generally cook a box of quinoa, and while it’s simmering, I saute onions, garlic and any veggies I have on hand in a separate pan. “Toss this veggie mixture into the finished quinoa and eat it as a side dish, poured on top of a kale salad, or as an easy snack. “It stores for days in your fridge.” Meghan loved discovering new recipes abroad as well The mum to Archie confessed a love for Baja-style food, saying as a California  girl she was conditioned to like it “from the womb”. Making her think of home, fish tacos are her go-to lunch when she had the time, which she would often make on her ceramic grill in her garden. She told Today: “Grill some peppers and onions and a couple filets of fish (a flaky white fish works best). Meghan says she’s conditioned to love Baja-style food [bc_video video_id=”5850635464001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Bizarre moment Meghan Markle is handed a bunch of carrots on Bondi Beach”] “Season everything with salt and pepper, a little lime and stuff it all inside of a warm corn tortilla. “Few bites of food make me happier than that.” For Meghan it’s all about fresh ingredients, which she was surrounded with growing up in LA. She told EyeSwoon: “My love of simple ingredients prepped well is completely linked to that. “And the diet tends to be healthier as well – acai bowls, green juices, chopped salads, perfect sushi, grilled fish tacos… those are all things that make me think of home.” Seasoned traveller Meghan racked up a fair few miles in her first year as a Duchess Her fridge essentials reflect that, with the Duchess revealing to Good Housekeeping the five things you could always find her fridge are ‘hummus, carrots, green juice, almond milk and chia seed pudding’ which she “makes every single week”. She declared her love for hummus, telling Today: “I like to assemble a small plate of crackers, hummus (try to make it yourself; it’s so easy) and some baby carrots. “This sounds so simple, but truly, it satisfies so many senses—the savoury taste, the textural crunch, the unctuousness of the hummus.” [boxout headline=”Meghan’s acai bowl recipe”] Blend one frozen acai packet with 1/3 cup of almond milk, 1/2 banana, a handful of frozen berries. This should be thick so add almond milk sparingly as you go. Top with coconut flakes, fresh berries, sliced banana, a drizzle of manuka honey, sprinkle of bee pollen (if you want), and  serve immediately. [/boxout] Simple recipes are favoured by Meghan, who said the dish she’d make with her “eyes closed” is cacio and pepe pasta – cheese and pepper – because it’s “so simple”. Other healthy snacks she champions include kale chips, which she drizzles with olive oil and salt. But not all her snacks are that healthy, with the former actress a fan of chips. She sees them as “their own food group”, calling them her guilty pleasure, and she’d always order a side if eating lunch with someone. She told EyeSwoon: “I love a french fry, but there’s no shame in that.” Meghan is a fan of fresh ingredients and simple recipes Meghan’s love of good food goes hand in hand with her love of fitness, with the mum-of-one known for her love of yoga and holistic recipes. Photos shared on her Instagram showed the Duchess pulling off some impressive yoga moves, telling EyeSwoon: “It may be very California girl of me to always have my tinctures of holistic remedies. “I travel with all sorts of little homeopathic medicine because it’s what’s familiar with me.” But Meghan is also a big meat eater, revealing her signature dish for dinner parties is an whole roasted chicken. She told Good Housekeeping: “There is nothing as delicious (or as impressive) as a perfectly roasted chicken. Healthy eating was part of her fitness regime, including yoga “If you have an Ina Garten–level roasted-chicken recipe, it’s a game changer. “I bring that to dinner parties and make a lot of friends.” A fan of “Sunday suppers”, lamb tagine, pot roast, hearty soup, chicken adobo were all on her hearty menu. In-keeping with the meat theme, her ultimate dish for dinner would be a T-bone steak, with broccoli rabe and a trusty glass of red. She told EyeSwoon it’s a toss-up between that and her faithful pasta. Meghan’s signature party food was a whole roast chicken A secret ingredient in one of her pasta recipes is aubergine, which she would slow-cook for hours until it turned to mush. She told Delish: “The sauce gets so creamy, you’d swear there’s tons of butter and oil in it, but it’s just zucchini, water and a little bouillon.” Meghan would whip up her creations using her trusty Vitamix, which along with her Shun knife, are the two kitchen essentials she couldn’t live without. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Her friends have claimed the Duchess will make all her own baby food as she settles into motherhood. Meghan’s friends got her a Vitamix as a wedding present, after the Duchess said she doesn’t go anywhere without it. And her make-up artist recently claims she was snubbed by fashion designers for not being ‘A-list’ enough. [bc_video video_id=”6038873094001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Meghan Markle will be a ‘strict mum’ and run a ‘tight ship’, close friend Janina Gavankar say”]
24 May 19
The Scottish Sun
MEGHAN Markle is known for her love of good food, often sharing new recipes and dishes on her now-defunct blog The Tig. Named after her favourite wine, Tignanello, the Duchess of Sussex loves nothing more than a glass of wine with simple, fresh ingredients. Meghan would drink a green juice instead of coffee The 37-year-old championed healthy eating, starting her day with hot water and lemon to aid digestion. Working on set for hours a day, Meghan would bring in a green juice she made at home to avoid reaching for caffeine when that “4pm slump” kicked in. Speaking to Today, she said:  “If I blend some apple, kale, spinach, lemon and ginger in my Vitamix in the morning and bring it to work, I always find that sipping on that is a much better boost than a cup of espresso.” She advised people to mix it up, throwing in berries or dairy-free milk for a change. She loves cooking and would often share recipes on her blog The Tig On the weekdays Meghan would kick things off with steel-cut oats with bananas and agave syrup, but when she wasn’t working she’d indulge a bit. If at a hotel, she told EyeSwoon she’d order “poached eggs and toast with avocado”, but her ultimate morning breakfast would be blueberry johnnycakes, bacon and maple syrup. For lunch, Meghan would also eat healthier when she was working when compared to the weekends. She’d cook in bulk, and save time throughout the week. [boxout headline=”Meghan’s ultimate food day”]Breakfast: Blueberry johnnycakes with bacon and maple syrup Lunch: Fish tacos and Albarino white wine Dinner: Rib eye and sautéed broccoli rabe or cavatelli pasta with a glass of The Tig [/boxout] Seasoned veggie quinoa was her “go to” meal on set, with Neghan telling Today: “At the start of each week, I generally cook a box of quinoa, and while it’s simmering, I saute onions, garlic and any veggies I have on hand in a separate pan. “Toss this veggie mixture into the finished quinoa and eat it as a side dish, poured on top of a kale salad, or as an easy snack. “It stores for days in your fridge.” Meghan loved discovering new recipes abroad as well The mum to Archie confessed a love for Baja-style food, saying as a California  girl she was conditioned to like it “from the womb”. Making her think of home, fish tacos are her go-to lunch when she had the time, which she would often make on her ceramic grill in her garden. She told Today: “Grill some peppers and onions and a couple filets of fish (a flaky white fish works best). Meghan says she’s conditioned to love Baja-style food [bc_video video_id=”5850635464001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Bizarre moment Meghan Markle is handed a bunch of carrots on Bondi Beach”] “Season everything with salt and pepper, a little lime and stuff it all inside of a warm corn tortilla. “Few bites of food make me happier than that.” For Meghan it’s all about fresh ingredients, which she was surrounded with growing up in LA. She told EyeSwoon: “My love of simple ingredients prepped well is completely linked to that. “And the diet tends to be healthier as well – acai bowls, green juices, chopped salads, perfect sushi, grilled fish tacos… those are all things that make me think of home.” Seasoned traveller Meghan racked up a fair few miles in her first year as a Duchess Her fridge essentials reflect that, with the Duchess revealing to Good Housekeeping the five things you could always find her fridge are ‘hummus, carrots, green juice, almond milk and chia seed pudding’ which she “makes every single week”. She declared her love for hummus, telling Today: “I like to assemble a small plate of crackers, hummus (try to make it yourself; it’s so easy) and some baby carrots. “This sounds so simple, but truly, it satisfies so many senses—the savoury taste, the textural crunch, the unctuousness of the hummus.” [boxout headline=”Meghan’s acai bowl recipe”] Blend one frozen acai packet with 1/3 cup of almond milk, 1/2 banana, a handful of frozen berries. This should be thick so add almond milk sparingly as you go. Top with coconut flakes, fresh berries, sliced banana, a drizzle of manuka honey, sprinkle of bee pollen (if you want), and  serve immediately. [/boxout] Simple recipes are favoured by Meghan, who said the dish she’d make with her “eyes closed” is cacio and pepe pasta – cheese and pepper – because it’s “so simple”. Other healthy snacks she champions include kale chips, which she drizzles with olive oil and salt. But not all her snacks are that healthy, with the former actress a fan of chips. She sees them as “their own food group”, calling them her guilty pleasure, and she’d always order a side if eating lunch with someone. She told EyeSwoon: “I love a french fry, but there’s no shame in that.” Meghan is a fan of fresh ingredients and simple recipes Meghan’s love of good food goes hand in hand with her love of fitness, with the mum-of-one known for her love of yoga and holistic recipes. Photos shared on her Instagram showed the Duchess pulling off some impressive yoga moves, telling EyeSwoon: “It may be very California girl of me to always have my tinctures of holistic remedies. “I travel with all sorts of little homeopathic medicine because it’s what’s familiar with me.” But Meghan is also a big meat eater, revealing her signature dish for dinner parties is an whole roasted chicken. She told Good Housekeeping: “There is nothing as delicious (or as impressive) as a perfectly roasted chicken. Healthy eating was part of her fitness regime, including yoga “If you have an Ina Garten–level roasted-chicken recipe, it’s a game changer. “I bring that to dinner parties and make a lot of friends.” A fan of “Sunday suppers”, lamb tagine, pot roast, hearty soup, chicken adobo were all on her hearty menu. In-keeping with the meat theme, her ultimate dish for dinner would be a T-bone steak, with broccoli rabe and a trusty glass of red. She told EyeSwoon it’s a toss-up between that and her faithful pasta. Meghan’s signature party food was a whole roast chicken A secret ingredient in one of her pasta recipes is aubergine, which she would slow-cook for hours until it turned to mush. She told Delish: “The sauce gets so creamy, you’d swear there’s tons of butter and oil in it, but it’s just zucchini, water and a little bouillon.” Meghan would whip up her creations using her trusty Vitamix, which along with her Shun knife, are the two kitchen essentials she couldn’t live without. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Her friends have claimed the Duchess will make all her own baby food as she settles into motherhood. Meghan’s friends got her a Vitamix as a wedding present, after the Duchess said she doesn’t go anywhere without it. And her make-up artist recently claims she was snubbed by fashion designers for not being ‘A-list’ enough. [bc_video video_id=”6038873094001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Meghan Markle will be a ‘strict mum’ and run a ‘tight ship’, close friend Janina Gavankar say”]
24 May 19
The Sun
MEGHAN Markle is known for her love of good food, often sharing new recipes and dishes on her now-defunct blog The Tig. Named after her favourite wine, Tignanello, the Duchess of Sussex loves nothing more than a glass of wine with simple, fresh ingredients. Meghan would drink a green juice instead of coffee The 37-year-old championed healthy eating, starting her day with hot water and lemon to aid digestion. Working on set for hours a day, Meghan would bring in a green juice she made at home to avoid reaching for caffeine when that “4pm slump” kicked in. Speaking to Today, she said:  “If I blend some apple, kale, spinach, lemon and ginger in my Vitamix in the morning and bring it to work, I always find that sipping on that is a much better boost than a cup of espresso.” She advised people to mix it up, throwing in berries or dairy-free milk for a change. She loves cooking and would often share recipes on her blog The Tig On the weekdays Meghan would kick things off with steel-cut oats with bananas and agave syrup, but when she wasn’t working she’d indulge a bit. If at a hotel, she told EyeSwoon she’d order “poached eggs and toast with avocado”, but her ultimate morning breakfast would be blueberry johnnycakes, bacon and maple syrup. For lunch, Meghan would also eat healthier when she was working when compared to the weekends. She’d cook in bulk, and save time throughout the week. [boxout headline=”Meghan’s ultimate food day”]Breakfast: Blueberry johnnycakes with bacon and maple syrup Lunch: Fish tacos and Albarino white wine Dinner: Rib eye and sautéed broccoli rabe or cavatelli pasta with a glass of The Tig [/boxout] Seasoned veggie quinoa was her “go to” meal on set, with Neghan telling Today: “At the start of each week, I generally cook a box of quinoa, and while it’s simmering, I saute onions, garlic and any veggies I have on hand in a separate pan. “Toss this veggie mixture into the finished quinoa and eat it as a side dish, poured on top of a kale salad, or as an easy snack. “It stores for days in your fridge.” Meghan loved discovering new recipes abroad as well The mum to Archie confessed a love for Baja-style food, saying as a California  girl she was conditioned to like it “from the womb”. Making her think of home, fish tacos are her go-to lunch when she had the time, which she would often make on her ceramic grill in her garden. She told Today: “Grill some peppers and onions and a couple filets of fish (a flaky white fish works best). Meghan says she’s conditioned to love Baja-style food [bc_video video_id=”5850635464001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Bizarre moment Meghan Markle is handed a bunch of carrots on Bondi Beach”] “Season everything with salt and pepper, a little lime and stuff it all inside of a warm corn tortilla. “Few bites of food make me happier than that.” For Meghan it’s all about fresh ingredients, which she was surrounded with growing up in LA. She told EyeSwoon: “My love of simple ingredients prepped well is completely linked to that. “And the diet tends to be healthier as well – acai bowls, green juices, chopped salads, perfect sushi, grilled fish tacos… those are all things that make me think of home.” Seasoned traveller Meghan racked up a fair few miles in her first year as a Duchess Her fridge essentials reflect that, with the Duchess revealing to Good Housekeeping the five things you could always find her fridge are ‘hummus, carrots, green juice, almond milk and chia seed pudding’ which she “makes every single week”. She declared her love for hummus, telling Today: “I like to assemble a small plate of crackers, hummus (try to make it yourself; it’s so easy) and some baby carrots. “This sounds so simple, but truly, it satisfies so many senses—the savoury taste, the textural crunch, the unctuousness of the hummus.” [boxout headline=”Meghan’s acai bowl recipe”] Blend one frozen acai packet with 1/3 cup of almond milk, 1/2 banana, a handful of frozen berries. This should be thick so add almond milk sparingly as you go. Top with coconut flakes, fresh berries, sliced banana, a drizzle of manuka honey, sprinkle of bee pollen (if you want), and  serve immediately. [/boxout] Simple recipes are favoured by Meghan, who said the dish she’d make with her “eyes closed” is cacio and pepe pasta – cheese and pepper – because it’s “so simple”. Other healthy snacks she champions include kale chips, which she drizzles with olive oil and salt. But not all her snacks are that healthy, with the former actress a fan of chips. She sees them as “their own food group”, calling them her guilty pleasure, and she’d always order a side if eating lunch with someone. She told EyeSwoon: “I love a french fry, but there’s no shame in that.” Meghan is a fan of fresh ingredients and simple recipes Meghan’s love of good food goes hand in hand with her love of fitness, with the mum-of-one known for her love of yoga and holistic recipes. Photos shared on her Instagram showed the Duchess pulling off some impressive yoga moves, telling EyeSwoon: “It may be very California girl of me to always have my tinctures of holistic remedies. “I travel with all sorts of little homeopathic medicine because it’s what’s familiar with me.” But Meghan is also a big meat eater, revealing her signature dish for dinner parties is an whole roasted chicken. She told Good Housekeeping: “There is nothing as delicious (or as impressive) as a perfectly roasted chicken. Healthy eating was part of her fitness regime, including yoga “If you have an Ina Garten–level roasted-chicken recipe, it’s a game changer. “I bring that to dinner parties and make a lot of friends.” A fan of “Sunday suppers”, lamb tagine, pot roast, hearty soup, chicken adobo were all on her hearty menu. In-keeping with the meat theme, her ultimate dish for dinner would be a T-bone steak, with broccoli rabe and a trusty glass of red. She told EyeSwoon it’s a toss-up between that and her faithful pasta. Meghan’s signature party food was a whole roast chicken A secret ingredient in one of her pasta recipes is aubergine, which she would slow-cook for hours until it turned to mush. She told Delish: “The sauce gets so creamy, you’d swear there’s tons of butter and oil in it, but it’s just zucchini, water and a little bouillon.” Meghan would whip up her creations using her trusty Vitamix, which along with her Shun knife, are the two kitchen essentials she couldn’t live without. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Her friends have claimed the Duchess will make all her own baby food as she settles into motherhood. Meghan’s friends got her a Vitamix as a wedding present, after the Duchess said she doesn’t go anywhere without it. And her make-up artist recently claims she was snubbed by fashion designers for not being ‘A-list’ enough. [bc_video video_id=”6038873094001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Meghan Markle will be a ‘strict mum’ and run a ‘tight ship’, close friend Janina Gavankar say”]
24 May 19
Archy news nety

Meghan Markle is known for her particularly healthy diet. She loves fresh, healthy home-cooked meals, she's known to dabble in veganism at different points in her life. Before she was a duchess, Meghan Markle told Best Health that she strives to stick to a vegan diet during the week but is a little looser with […]

23 May 19
News Archives Uk

Meghan Markle has long been described as a foodie, so it's no surprise that the Duchess of Sussex packs tons of healthy yet absolutely delicious recipes into her daily repertoire. Before she became queen, the former actress shared exactly what was in her kitchen and on her plate. Her secrets include popular products like quinoa, […]

22 May 19
Arcynewsy

Meghan Markle has long called herself culinary, so it's no surprise that the Duchess of Sussex puts tons of healthy and delicious recipes into her daily repertoire. Before becoming real, the former actress shared exactly what went on in her kitchen and on her plate. Among its secrets there are also good ones like quinoa, […]

22 May 19
Arcynewsy

Meghan Markle has long called herself culinary, so it's no surprise that the Duchess of Sussex puts tons of healthy and delicious recipes into her daily repertoire. Before becoming real, the former actress shared exactly what went on in her kitchen and on her plate. Among its secrets there are also good ones like quinoa, […]

22 May 19
Archy news nety

Meghan Markle has long described herself as a foodie, so it's no surprise the Duchess of Sussex packs of tons of healthy yet totally delicious recipes into the daily repertoire. Before she became royal, the former actress shared exactly what got used to in the kitchen and on her plate. The secrets include good-for-you favorites […]

22 May 19
Everywhere Fashion

Tairiana Bonilla Ordóñez March 23, 2019 She’s a modern, feminist, mixed-race heritage princess; who arrived at Kingston Palace to spread a strong statement. Meghan Markle started her royal career as Duchess of Sussex on May 19, 2018, when she married Prince Harry, the son of the People’s Princess: Lady Di. She found the love of […]

17 May 19
The Traveling Vineyard

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