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June 2018

Sweet but sharp: Blood Orange Meringue Tart

There is no better time for clean, vivid citrus flavours than just as the winter starts to sets in. It is a time for orange zest in the air, which makes the heart sing – it brightens, refreshes and uplifts. And nowhere does it shine so bright as in a beautiful blood orange meringue tart. […]

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Parisian-Inspired Macaron-Baking Masterclass in Gauteng

The sweet treat of choice of dainty-yet-daring damsels like Marie Antoinette, Audrey Hepburn, and Belle from Beauty & The Beast (well, in our imaginations at least!), the heavenly macaron has a reputation of being a bit of a devil to bake. Fortunately, that is all about to change. Lizelle Solomon – Gauteng’s very own fairytale […]

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Meet the Maker: Fritz & Chanelle from Schoon Manufactory & Kie.

When Fritz and Chanelle Schoon announced in March of 2017 that they would be leaving the much-loved Schoon de Companje in Church Street in Stellenbosch in the capable hands of the Boschendal team to rethink their vision and pursue other avenues of their craft, the food-loving community caught a bit of a collective wobble having […]

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The Saldanha Experience: Shuck, Savour & Sip the Finest Hand-Picked West Coast Encounters in Saldanha

Get ready to have your preconceived notions of Saldanha shattered on this epic two-day adventure into the secret foodie nooks and artisanal crannies of this underrated harbour town on South Africa’s West Coast. Situated a mere 150 km north of Cape Town, this undiscovered gem is bursting at the seams with fresh new faces, lots […]

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