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October 21, 2014 in Food24Ed posts
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ilovemyweber wrote a new post, Leg of Lamb, on the site ilovemyweber 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Love time no blog!
So my mate Luke organised us a whole organic/free-range 2-tand skaap… decided to gooi this leg of lamb on the weber.. Indirect heat…
1) Start an indirect fire approx 30 […]
Candice Bresler wrote a new post, An Easy Weekend Breakfast, on the site A Gorgeous Life 4 weeks, 1 day ago
This is hardly a recipe – justsomething delicious I’ve discovered and want to share with you. A perfect combination of four simple ingredients, which result in a rather fantastic start to any weekend morning. […]
Sylvia Dewy wrote a new post, Origin of the Mother Sauces , on the site Easy Dinner Recipes 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Sauces are an important part of all types of cuisine. In ancient times when refrigeration was nonexistent sauces were discovered to maintain the pleasantness of food. Sauces cannot be used alone and are always served with a dish because sauce is basically a liquid with some type of thickening and flavoring agent added to it. They actually not only…[Read more]
megan wrote a new post, Celery salad, on the site stuffedfeeling 1 month ago
I am running behind on sharing recipes and still being relevant to the season! Before spring is over, I thought I would share this recipe with you quickly. I always insist on having this salad when […]
cupcakes-and-couscous wrote a new post, Steak Sarmies with Chunky Tomato Ginger Chutney, on the site Cupcakes & Couscous 1 month ago
Summer is well on its way (hooray!) and we can look forward to plenty of sunshine, outdoor time around the braai and some fresh and summery flavours! Wednesday the 24th of September is National Heritage Day, […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Kota (Township Burger) with , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month ago
I wrote a post on Kotas a while ago and folks have been asking for a recipe……..
I’ve been wanting to make up a Kota recipe but needed some encouragement. So, my sister visited and she was keen. It is […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Sedgewick’s Fish Braai for Summer Sizzle , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month ago
Sedgewick’s Original Old Brown hosted a luncheon at The Tap Room in Salt River (Cape Town) last Thursday to showcase the versatility of the product and uses in various dishes.
Sedgwick’s Original Old Brown […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Lemon and Vanilla Cupcakes, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month ago
When you are lucky enough to be parents, sometimes this job description comes with some weird responsibilities. One of those responsibilities might be earning the title as the master baker. Like for instance when […]
heinstirred wrote a new post, Chicken and Chickpea Curry, on the site heinstirred 1 month ago
This is one of those dishes with maximum reward for absolute minimal effort. Make the marinade, pop everything in a bag and place it overnight in the fridge, It can’t get easier.
I first came across the recipe on my friend Selma’s fantastic blog called Selma’s Table. The dish was aptly named Extraordinary Roasted Chicken, Potatoes and…[Read more]
The Muddled Pantry wrote a new post, Korean Barbequed Beef Ribs (Beef Galbi), on the site The Muddled Pantry 1 month ago
So Heritage Day is once again upon us and for many of us, this means dragging out our braais from their winter hibernation. And whilst most of us will be enjoying our traditional wors and choppies, why not try something a bit different this year. Why not try a Korean Barbeque?
Typically considered the preserve of Antipodean, South African and…[Read more]
skeepsjonge wrote a new post, Eggs Poached In Spicy Tomato Relish: Shakshouka, on the site The Hungry Sailor 1 month ago
The Berber word for “the mix,” I am told. This dish is made in various forms all over North Africa and the Middle East, perhaps even up to Turkey and Greece. A gorgeous dish in its simplicity, it holds […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Thuli on Championship Boerewors and Traditional Food , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month ago
I did an interview talking about my take on traditional food and ways to enjoy Championship Boerewors…..
Check out the interview and also find out how you could win yourself braai prizes worth R500 courtesy […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Wine Alert: Durbanville Hills Merlot Rosé, on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month ago
At times some of the readers ask me to recommend wines for aspiring wine drinkers…..
I got to try out the newly released vintage Durbanville Hills Merlot Rosé and really enjoyed it. It is easy to drink, […]
bitsofcarey wrote a new post, Creamy Exotic Mushroom Soup , on the site Bits of Carey 1 month ago
I decided to make a luxurious mushroom soup for dinner last night with earthy, flavour packed Nouvelle Exotic Mushrooms. Since these mushrooms are rather special, using homemade chicken stock in this recipe is a must*. The majority of the sauteed mushrooms are blended with the addition of homemade flavourful stock and cream. When serving, I…[Read more]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Fuss-Free Cooking with Wonderbag , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month ago
As it is heritage month, why not celebrate a product that is proudly South African? Local company, Natural Balance, have been making waves internationally with the revolutionary Wonderbag, which is made […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Cornish Pasty, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month ago
Of all the different pies and pasties out there, my favorite has to be a Cornish Pasty. The English definitely mastered this recipe as the original Cornish Pasty from Cornwall received PGI status in Europe. Google […]
bitsofcarey wrote a new post, Smoked Pork, Bean and Vegetable Cassoulet, on the site Bits of Carey 1 month ago
We’re in for some cold and wet weather in Cape Town for the next couple of days and I’ve got just the dish to keep you snug as a bug. My smoky pork, bean and vegetable cassoulet. I use smoked pork rashers, they […]
Sylvia Dewy wrote a new post, Make Your Kids Happy with Delicious Chicken Dishes , on the site Easy Dinner Recipes 1 month ago
Kids are picky eaters; food has always been an issue for them. While few kids are in habit of eating properly but rest can actually drive their parents crazy at meal times. Kids who take easy and ready-made snacks skip their full meals so it becomes difficult to monitor them.
They need something new to eat each and every day. At times it…[Read more]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Apple, Almond and Cinnamon Biscotti, on the site Styled Fresh 1 month ago
This really yummy creation happened completely by accident! I was baking my Spicy Apple, Cinnamon & Nut Cake for a bunch of friends for tea, got far too carried away in conversation (this happens often) and […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Ultimate Sweet Potato Spuds, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month ago
If you haven’t yet realized the amazing versatility behind sweet potatoes, you might want to take a break from your hectic routine and spend some quality time in the kitchen… Or just read my blog.
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