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October 21, 2014 in Food24Ed posts
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Sylvia Dewy wrote a new post, Insight into Shrimp Scampi, on the site Easy Dinner Recipes 1 month ago
The scampi term actually means type of a sea food which is low in calories and enriched with protein. It is made up of shrimp or lobsters which are then sauteed either in butter or oil. In many cases, we also use white wine to make this recipe. At times butter and olive oil can also be used along with many other herbs, spices and ingredients to…[Read more]
Max wrote a new post, No bake – Energy balls, on the site Daily Dose of Fresh 1 month, 1 week ago
Posted by: Daily Dose of Fresh
This is definitely my new pre-workout snack!
So delicious and loaded with goodness. These chewy energy balls is the perfect little snack to keep around for those sudden hunger pangs. What I enjoy most about them is that the fact that you don’t have to bake them, just mix and roll and voila!
A great…[Read more]
bitsofcarey wrote a new post, Tagliatelle with Roasted Tomato Sauce, Fresh Mozzarella & Basil, on the site Bits of Carey 1 month, 1 week ago
I developed, styled and photographed a series of recipes for ZZ2′s speciality tomatoes some time ago for their #ZZ2LittleRascals campaign. These recipes were utilized in recipe leaflets and shared on ZZ2 social […]
heinstirred wrote a new post, Naan Breakfast Pizza, on the site heinstirred 1 month, 1 week ago
Just over a week ago the lovely people at Cobb dropped off their “Kitchen in a Box” Premier Cooking System. A nifty outdoor cooker that can roast, fry, grill and bake. It even has a roasting rack to roast a […]
The Muddled Pantry wrote a new post, Merluza à la Gallega (Spanish Hake and Chorizo), on the site The Muddled Pantry 1 month, 1 week ago
On the face of it, South African and Spanish cuisines have virtually nothing in common, except for one thing – both countries consume a staggering amount of hake!
Know as merluza in Spain and often referred to as […]
skeepsjonge wrote a new post, Paella En El Estilo Del Momento, on the site The Hungry Sailor 1 month, 1 week ago
Paella in the style of the moment. This is hopefully a proper translation.
Having been at sea for two solid months with lots of cooking, I took a rest. But recently I felt the urge for being creative again. […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Caramel Apple Crumble, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month, 1 week ago
These Caramel Apple Crumbles are ridiculously buttery and full of oozing caramel, I could barely contain myself when it came out the oven.
I used a very simple butter, flour and salt pastry crust for […]
Braam Jr wrote a new post, Beer battered brie, bacon wrapped mushrooms and beetroot salad, on the site Braam's bite 1 month, 1 week ago
This week I decided to be in the spring spirit and make three different dishes that can be eaten outside on a beautiful spring day with flowers blossoming around you and the fresh aroma of flowers. These 3 dishes are perfect to snack on just before lunch if you are feeling peckish. This week’s post definitely reflects on my style of cooking which…[Read more]
The Muddled Pantry wrote a new post, Khao Phad Gai (Thai Chicken Fried Rice), on the site The Muddled Pantry 1 month, 1 week ago
A perennial takeaway favourite in our household, Thai-style Chicken Fried Rice (Khao Phad Gai) is one of the few dishes that both my partner and I enjoy eating, albeit with a few differences in our taste […]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Sweet Berry, Hazelnut & Dark Chocolate Brioche Swirl, on the site Styled Fresh 1 month, 1 week ago
This is the kind of recipe that your friends will go OOOH and AAAH and WOW! YOU’RE AMAZING at and think they could never make because it looks so impressive (and complicated). Good news, it’s not complicated […]
potjie wrote a new post, Will you watch Ultimate Braai Master 2014, on the site What's cooking 1 month, 1 week ago
I don’t like food competitions. There I have said it, now that’s fine if you want to call me a hypocrite for have taken part in them, and I have written about them in the past and I am about to write about one […]
Sylvia Dewy wrote a new post, Taco Salad – Using Ground Beef, on the site Easy Dinner Recipes 1 month, 1 week ago
It’s a great challenge to cook something healthy and nutritious for kids. My kids generally love to eat outside junk food reason being they get attracted to the appearance of the food served.
My children are picky eaters and also great foodies. They love to try variety of dishes for their lunch or dinner. They generally get bored if same type…[Read more]
Candice Bresler wrote a new post, GOUGÈRES, on the site A Gorgeous Life 1 month, 1 week ago
With the air a little lighter and brighter, the world moves from the heavy red wines – to those a little whiter. I think it’s perfectly acceptable to judge a season by the wine it provides – and with spring, […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Braised Spinach and Leek with Pork Spek , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month, 1 week ago
Ever heard someone say “uhamba kukubona? (when you go out there you see things you wouldn’t normally see)….
Right now I am referring to seeing what I grew up calling “isipekre sehagu” (pork spek) on a […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Simple Italian Salad, on the site Aninas Recipes 1 month, 1 week ago
Now that the warmer weather’s approaching I can finally share this Simple Italian Salad. It is an ideal and super easy salad that can be enjoyed as a side to your summer braais or simply as a meal on its own.
Sylvia Dewy wrote a new post, Mashed Potatoes Recipe – Easy to cook and Serve, on the site Easy Dinner Recipes 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Mashed potatoes are a favorite in my family everyone loves them. The mashed potatoes are used as a side dish at our dinner table and goes well with meat, vegetable and gravy. You can prepare a wide variety of things with mashed potatoes. By just choosing a different potato, you can actually alter its taste. In fact many spices and other…[Read more]
superNBE (Bouffant) wrote a new post, Wraps in the Fish River Canyon – hiker’s fuel, on the site Bouffilicious 1 month, 2 weeks ago
We just came back from approx. 1500km road trip to Namibia, where my Sweetheart, myself and a couple of friends conquered the 2nd largest canyon in the world – the Fish River Canyon in Namibia. It is a really tough 5 day hike through the canyon, we covered a distance of approx. 80km, the hike is through desert terrain, sand a lot of sand, with…[Read more]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Restaurants: Woza Restaurant in Cape Town, on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 month, 2 weeks ago
“We make our food with the best meat and the most aMAIZEing mielies.”
Woza restaurant, a traditional food restaurant conveniently situated on the corner of Burg and Church streets prides itself in sourcing the […]
heinstirred wrote a new post, Earl Grey Ice Cream Sandwiches, on the site heinstirred 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Think about your morning cup of tea with a piece of toast and marmalade. Now imagine it as ice cream. Or even better, in ice cream sandwich form. This is the second recipe I developed with the wonderful products that was so kindly given to me by the Clemengold team and I just love these Earl Grey Ice Cream Sandwiches. The first recipe I made…[Read more]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, Crunchy Kale Chips (Banting), on the site Styled Fresh 1 month, 2 weeks ago
So the whole world seems to have gone low carb/banting/paleo/bread-is-evil mad. Although it’s not really my scene, I must give credit where credit’s due and these kale chips that everyone around me has been raving […]
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