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Coconut Macaroons

Coconut Macaroons. Bringing Back Childhood Memories.

In Food On 19 July 2013 0 Comments

Do you remember your childhood days, when you came home from school and the whole house was filled with the delicious, tantalising aroma of something baking in the… Read More »

Bobotie

Bobotie, South Africa’s Favourite Food

In Food On 19 November 2012 0 Comments

Bobotie could almost be called the national dish of South Africa, it consists of spicy minced meat topped by a savoury custard which is then baked in the… Read More »

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Yumsy launches as a social pinboard for food

In Food, Technology On 18 October 2012 2 Comments

For foodies who can’t get enough of paging through supermarket mags and scouring slow/organic food markets in your city for something scrumptious, Yumsy will tempt your taste buds… Read More »

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Milk Tart

In Food On 19 August 2012 1 Comment

Milk Tart or Melktert is a delicious South African dessert adapted from our Dutch heritage. In the old days it was flavoured with naartjie peel to add flavour… Read More »

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Neighbour Goods Markets

In Food On 24 March 2012 0 Comments

The Neighbour Goods Market is held every Saturday from 9am to 2pm in The Old Biscuit Mill in Salt River. It features gourmet foods, artisan breads, fresh vegetables,… Read More »

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Sosaties

In Food On 4 March 2012 0 Comments

Sosaties or kebabs as they would be more commonly known, are an age old South African favourite for braais or grills. Any meat could be used here but… Read More »

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New Foodie Forum – Yumsy

In Food On 21 December 2011 1 Comment

Want to know about all the latest foodie happenings, events, gadgets, books and more then go and join the new South African food forum at Yumsy. This is… Read More »

Pickled Fish

Cape Malay Pickled Fish

In Food On 26 November 2011 9 Comments

Pickled fish is the favourite South African food eaten at Easter time together with Hot Cross Buns.  The recipe was originally devised by Cape Malay fishermen in an… Read More »

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Avocado magazine to close

In Food On 22 September 2011 10 Comments

I am sure that I am not the only one who is shocked and saddened by the news that Avusa is closing down Avocado magazine. Just yesterday I… Read More »

tomato-bredie

Tomato Bredie, best of the best

In Food On 10 September 2011 0 Comments

Tomato Bredie is one of South Africa’s real gems, slowly cooked it is a richly flavoured meal and the whole house is filled with the most amazing smell…. Read More »

veal al limone

Veal al Limone for supper

In Food On 19 August 2011 1 Comment

All the various varieties of citrus fruit are available right now, with lemon trees in the garden groaning with the weight of these bright yellow orbs, like decorations… Read More »

Goat

Mark Zuckerberg slaughters his own meat

In Interesting Things On 11 August 2011 2 Comments

Can you believe this? Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook fame almost became a vegetarian because he wouldn’t eat any meat that he hadn’t killed himself? Can you imagine killing… Read More »

Carrot cake with icing

South Africa’s favourite cake

In Food On 9 August 2011 1 Comment

South Africa is a very diverse and varied country, with mixed cultures and foods across the spectrum. But one thing all South Africans agree on is that they… Read More »

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Places not to be missed: The Vineyard Hotel

In Out & About On 7 August 2011 0 Comments

There are many places to visit in Cape Town that are beautiful, awe inspiring and memorable but which is your favourite? I am not talking about quick fashion… Read More »