SAPeople Recipes for South Africans
The arrival of the Indians in the 1860's saw the bunny chow becoming one of South Africa's most renowned street food.There are a few stories about the … [Read More...]
To celebrate National Milk Tart Day in South Africa today, here's a recipe for a special Milk Tart (or melk tert) with coconut! Thanks to my late friend … [Read More...]
Buttermilk rusks are always a winner, especially when dunked in tea or coffee!
While South Africans around the world yearn for and enjoy the well known … [Read More...]
Bunny Chow has become one of Durban's most famous exports! It's usually called a 'bunny' and brings back youthful memories for many Durbanites who used to … [Read More...]
Everyone attempting the Banting Low Carb lifestyle, needs something sweet and satisfying now and then. For a guilt free experience, feed your need for … [Read More...]
Carrot and Coriander work so well together!
Here is a lovely warming soup made with whole and fresh coriander!
Perfect for those chilly autumn and … [Read More...]
Having been named as the world’s best food city by such prestigious publications as Condé Nast Traveler and The Telegraph, Cape Town in South Africa stands … [Read More...]
This was meant to be posted before Easter! Seems it’s been stuck in a digital Easter bunny hole. Please read on!
Okay, it’s time for some lighter … [Read More...]
Food and wine lovers can expect to have their taste-buds tantalised and culinary perceptions challenged when Camphors at Vergelegen, one of South Africa’s … [Read More...]
With Valentine’s Day coming up, hearts and pretty shades are popping up everywhere!
Flowers are lovely but there is nothing like a homemade South African … [Read More...]
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