by Food24 Editor
September 5, 2014 in Food24Ed posts
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Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Coffee Cookies, on the site Aninas Recipes 3 hours, 33 minutes ago
I actually can’t believe why I don’t bake cookies more often. I mean, if you basically only need butter, flour and sugar – a cookie is a treat that is cheap and ridiculously versatile.
So this here is […]
Aninas Recipes wrote a new post, Sticky Beef Short Rib with Butternut Mash, on the site Aninas Recipes 2 days ago
You might not know this, but a few years ago I spent my days in front of multiple stove tops and ovens, cooking and baking for a living in our little bakery.
This recipe of Sticky Beef Short Rib was […]
Sylvia Dewy wrote a new post, Delicious Chicken Recipes For Auntum, on the site Easy Dinner Recipes 2 days, 2 hours ago
Autumn known as fall, marks the transition from summer to winter, in September or March, nights reach earlier and temperature cools considerably. Keep yourself warm as the weather becomes cooler with easy fall recipes made with favorite foods like chicken, chili, beef and other recipes to let the autumn chill go off.
Chicken has always been…[Read more]
Food24 Editor wrote a new post, Happy International Coffee Day!, on the site Food24 Blogs 2 days, 2 hours ago
heinstirred wrote a new post, Four Summer Dressings, on the site heinstirred 2 days, 3 hours ago
Summer brings an abundance of textures and colours to our plates. For me summer is about platters of meze and tapas, vegetables in many incarnations, be it fresh, roasted, marinated or pickled. And of course […]
Braam Jr wrote a new post, Prawn popcorn with sweet corn puree, on the site Braam's bite 4 days, 19 hours ago
This week I have decided to make popcorn, but instead of using the actual corn, I used a beautiful crustacean called the prawn (not the ones seen on the movie “district 9”). When you think about popcorn, the first […]
Liz Duff wrote a new post, Down the garden path with the Babylonstoren Mourvedre Rose 2014, on the site The Wine Hoover 5 days, 3 hours ago
Wednesday was National Braai Day so like all good Sarf Efricans, I was getting ready to OD on red meat, smoke and conversations about Cape Town’s indecisive weather patterns.
During my morning shop I was […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, #Throwback: Iconic Food Brands IV, on the site mzansistylecuisine 5 days, 18 hours ago
After doing three throwbacks it’s starting to get a little challenging to think of products and brands. ….but hey I like the challenge….So here is this week’s throwbacks.
Toffoluxe, Tjoe! This brand […]
bitsofcarey wrote a new post, Pumpkin Fritters with Bacon, Blue Cheese & Sage Butter, on the site Bits of Carey 5 days, 20 hours ago
In the spirit of Heritage month, I thought I’d share my recipe for perfectly light and fluffy pumpkin fritters – with a twist of course. I enjoy serving them with crispy bacon, crumbled blue cheese and sage […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Heritage Celebrations 2014: Food , on the site mzansistylecuisine 5 days, 23 hours ago
It’s interesting to see what people prepared (or bought) yesterday in celebration of Heritage Day. Potjiekos, boerewors, umfino /morogo, vetkoek, salads, madumbe, inyama yentloko (sheep’s head), bunny chow, […]
Tanya de Nobrega wrote a new post, One Recipe, Two Summer Focaccias, on the site Styled Fresh 6 days, 1 hour ago
With the weather heating up and it being Heritage (read: BRAAI) month, us South Africans are all getting that wonderful, delirious, warm-summer-air, late-nights-outside-by-the-fire, weekends-away-at-the-sea […]
superNBE (Bouffant) wrote a new post, Going Raw – Summer salad with ruby salsa, on the site Bouffilicious 6 days, 15 hours ago
I am on a mission to get myself and my Sweetheart eating healthy again and exercising. Since we conquered the canyon – it has taken some time to get back to our routine. The last week we have been eating our greens and proteins, back on our exercise routine, even though there is no big event we are training for now.
As I am on a mission to…[Read more]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Celebrating Heritage Day 2014 , on the site mzansistylecuisine 6 days, 23 hours ago
Some say it should be heritage day everyday and I completely agree with them. As South Africans we should be embracing our cultures, languages, music, food, land etc every day. However, it is great that […]
mzansistylecuisine wrote a new post, Nederburg’s Premier, Food -Friendly Five-Pack of Reds For Run of MasterChef South Africa , on the site mzansistylecuisine 1 week ago
If you are looking to buy wines to go with your proudly South African dishes on heritage day, look no further….
Nederburg has combined its Winemaster’s Reserve 750ml reds into a single pack that comes with a complimentary pair of Le Creuset ramekins and recipe, to coincide with the run of MasterChef South Africa, season 3.
The pack features…[Read more]
ilovemyweber wrote a new post, Leg of Lamb, on the site ilovemyweber 1 week, 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 1 week, 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 1 week, 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 week, 1 day 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 week, 1 day 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 week, 1 day 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 […]
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