Market Research!

Continuing the traditions of ‘Roadside Cuisine’ market research, Bill and the boys headed off on their motorbikes to the Cape, via the backways and byways, for the latter part of March. One can never be certain of the route until we’ve have woken up each day but it usually includes a few wine farms, food . . . → Read More: Market Research!


Buds on the Bay is a great place to get away from it all, and now we have gone one step further – Dining in the bay, great for romantics, smokers and claustrophobes. If it’s a spring high tide – Bring your gumboots!


Last time we had Mexican Nite

The welcoming cactus and innoculation shots:

Our table Dancers:

Relaxing around the fire ( roasted marshmellows dipped in tequila, Optional)

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Glass Recycler at Buds

Trouble with unique locations is that waste disposal is often a problem, especially glass, so we have recently bought a glass crushing machine so we can recycle. The crushed glass can be sieved into sizes ranging from pebble to sand and remarkably does not have sharp edges that will cut you. As we are discovering, . . . → Read More: Glass Recycler at Buds

Roadside Cuisine – Motorbike trip – Coast to Coast – USA, Aug 2010 – Story by Bill Budd

A lot of wine was drunk on the Buds deck early this year and the suggestion was made to visit ‘Sturgis’, in the Black Hills of South Dakota USA, the biggest bike rally in the world. A few more bottles and this grew to doing back roads and small town America, and eventually to . . . → Read More: Roadside Cuisine – Motorbike trip – Coast to Coast – USA, Aug 2010 – Story by Bill Budd