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September 29, 2014 in Food24Ed posts
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Liz Duff wrote a new post, A wine that will make your day (or week): The 2011 Eagles’ Nest Shiraz, on the site The Wine Hoover 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Amidst the daily daze of inboxes, queues at SARS and flat iPhone batteries, there are some things in life that are guaranteed to never disappoint. A packet of speckled eggs from Woolies. My top ten Nineties grunge playlist. Those comfy old tracksuit pants that look hideous but feel softer than a Telly Tubby’s belly.
Eagles’ Nest Shiraz is…[Read more]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Iced Coffee Recipe and a Little Birthday Talk , on the site mzansistylecuisine 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Hey guys! It’s my birthday today! If you’ve been following the blog since the beginning (2011) you’ll know I always post something on my birthday. This time around I thought I would also share a nice […]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Roast Red Pepper, Courgette and Goat’s Cheese Tart, on the site Styled Fresh 3 weeks, 6 days ago
The beautiful weather we are having here in Cape Town just makes me so excited for the summer months ahead. This the PERFECT summer picnic or lunch-outside-on-the-stoep (veranda) tart. Sweet red onion marmalade and roasted peppers, salty goat’s cheese, soft filling, crunchy pastry – all complemented perfectly by a sunny day under the…[Read more]
food-monger wrote a new post, , on the site foodmonger 3 weeks, 6 days ago
Beetroot Pasta, the colour of ‘M’ in CMYK
I LOVE the colour of this pasta. The deep magenta hue is mesmerising and in a way unbelievable that it’s edible. It’s the colour that represents the “M” in CMYK and in that sense seems completely inedible or only something that would be edible in the future – when we’re all living in a computer-generated…[Read more]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Gauteng Taste of Africa Experience at the Soweto Wine and Lifestyle Festival , on the site mzansistylecuisine 4 weeks ago
Gautengers are in for a treat this week and I for one am jealous!
Gauteng tourism is bringing the ‘Gauteng Taste of Africa Dining Experience’ to the 10th Tops at Spar Soweto Wine & Lifestyle Festival. […]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Butter Softening Knife – YES it’s REAL!, on the site Styled Fresh 4 weeks, 1 day ago
With human innovation including space travel, cloning and Google Glass you would think this would have come A LOT sooner, but enough grouching, the fact is IT’S HERE. The knife to end all grumpy […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Sticky Pineapple Tart, on the site Aninas Recipes 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Time for a treat, what do you all say? This recipe is versatile and simple, a great addition to the must-bake-list. It is a perfect treat for a special tea time occasion.
I used fresh pineapple for this […]
heinstirred wrote a new post, Gin and Tonic Jelly, on the site heinstirred 4 weeks, 1 day ago
It is 1 September and officially Spring in the Southern Hemisphere. And even though there is still a nip in the air the days are getting longer and summer with its abundance of outdoor eating, stone fruit, berries and long sunny days beckons.
And I can’t think of a better time to share this divine Gin and Tonic Jelly recipe given to me by my…[Read more]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Sweetcorn and Spinach Fritters with Fresh Guacamole and Salsa, on the site Styled Fresh 4 weeks, 1 day ago
These fresh, light, herby, cheesy sweetcorn and spinach fritters are one of my go-to foods for a quick, tasty meal. The thing I absolutely love about this recipe is that it is so versatile. You can pair them with absolutely anything and eat them for breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner or even a midnight snack! Leave out the cheese for a healthier…[Read more]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Easy and Convenient Cocktails with Sedgwick’s , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month ago
Last year, at the Food and Wine show, I bumped into a friend of mine, Olivia. She was like “Hey! Go and taste some cocktails at the Sedgwick’s stand!” while waving a pack with a 750ml bottle and two branded […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Barbecue Pork Sliders, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month ago
I found the cutest little hot dog rolls at my local bakery the other day and it was hard to say no when you imagine teeny tiny hot dogs with tomato sauce, plus I had a four year old begging for ‘baby bread’.
bitsofcarey wrote a new post, Baked Haddock and Eggs , on the site Bits of Carey 1 month ago
In need of an easy one pot wonder that is done within 25 minutes? I have just the thing. Smoked haddock, wilted baby spinach, mini asparagus spears (or whatever you can get – tenderstem broccoli or fine […]
cupcakes-and-couscous wrote a new post, Orange drizzle cake with lavender, on the site Cupcakes & Couscous 1 month ago
Oranges are in abundance at the moment and I love including citrus flavours in my baking. Particularly at the moment as I have been craving all things citrus for the past few months. Sneak a peak in my […]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Spicy Apple, Cinnamon and Nut Cake, on the site Styled Fresh 1 month ago
The combination of apples, nuts and cinnamon – how could you ever go wrong? This is a really delicious spicy cake, perfect to end off a wintery lunch, served with a beautiful little glass of dessert wine or just to sit indulgently by yourself and have with a hot cup of tea! Best served still slightly warm from the oven.
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Max wrote a new post, Veggie noodles and chicken – a low carb alternative, on the site Daily Dose of Fresh 1 month ago
Posted by: Daily Dose of Fresh
This meal is perfect when you follow a low carb diet or simply trying to cut down on the carbs a bit.
Packed with yummy nutritious veggies, and packed with protein from […]
skeepsjonge wrote a new post, Boeuf Bourgoignon a la Mode, on the site The Hungry Sailor 1 month ago
It has been a while since my last venture into cooking for fun. The recent adventure of sailing a boat from the Seychelles to Gordon’s Bay left me with hardly any energy to experiment. Besides, I had to do most […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Chicken and Cauliflower Pilaf, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month ago
Unfortunately, time is the one thing money can’t buy and when we don’t have lots of it, our lives kind of becomes one big race to obtain more of it. Geez, that sounds depressing, doesn’t it. Trying to fit all our […]
Braam Jr wrote a new post, Sticky duck breast with udon noodles, spinach and crepes, on the site Braam's bite 1 month ago
This week I have decided to go Asian on you. Why Asian… Because it’s awesome. Asian cuisine is one of my favourite cuisines as it offers such a wide variety of beautiful ingredients. I have such fond memories of eating Asian food with friends and family, sitting around the table and having not only one dish, but 5 different dishes which are…[Read more]
bitsofcarey wrote a new post, Chinese-style Beef & Exotic Mushroom Stir-Fry, on the site Bits of Carey 1 month ago
I’m all about simple suppers and this Chinese-style stir fry is so incredibly easy. It only takes 15 minutes *happy dance*! The combination of beef, exotic mushrooms and a sweet salty dark sauce is an absolute winner. With the addition of crunchy greens like tenderstem broccoli, mangetout and baby pak choy – you have one awesome meal. The perfect…[Read more]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Crunchy Nutty Wheat Rusks (With Roast Hazelnut, Almond, Sunflower & Linseed), on the site Styled Fresh 1 month ago
I have tested this recipe many times and each time I tweak it a little as it doesn’t feel quite right. But here it is, I think it has finally reached perfection (well in my rusk world)!
I think the secret is to pre-roast all your nuts and seeds, it just gives it that extra toasted depth of flavour. You could also add in raisins or dried…[Read more]
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