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Autumn signals the end of fruity-bubbles-consumed-by-a-pool parties, and heralds the beginning of comfort-food-and-drinks-enjoyed-somewhere-warm social events.

This shift in entertaining inevitably gets households digging into the back of the kitchen cupboard to rescue their trusty slow cooking appliances – including the non-electrical Wonderbag (which we featured last year).

We think the Wonderbag is the perfect accompaniment to any Autumn festivity, allowing users to cook up a storm – or the perfect beverage – at home, yet still have it cooking and at the perfect temp when time comes to consume.


750 mL bottle red wine

6 allspice berries

2 cinnamon sticks

4 cardamom pods

3 star anise

4 cloves

Juice of one orange

ΒΌ cup honey

One orange, sliced thin

One lemon, sliced thin

Pour wine into 2-3 quart pot with a tight-fitting lid. Add whole spices, orange juice, honey, and orange and lemon slices. Stir well and bring to a simmering boil for 10 min.

Leave wine in Wonderbag for a minimum of 2 hours before serving to enhance flavour. Will retain heat in Wonderbag for several hours. Ladle into heatproof wine glasses or mugs, including fruit slices.



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