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Best restaurants in the world worth travelling to

If the thought of packing your bags to jet off to one of the best restaurants in the world in 2019 seems like a wonderful way to spend your travel budget, you’re in luck. It just so happens that wanderlust-prone foodies can now make their way around the world according to an expertly-curated list of […]

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Traditional Persian love cake – a helpful recipe to win over hearts

Perfumed and lightly spiced the Persian Love Cake exudes the air of mystery and delight of exotic places delicately hidden in the flavourful crumb. Shrouded in a tale of love enchantment and laced with alluring ingredients such as cardamom, rose water and pistachio who could possibly resist this sweet temptation? What better way to win […]

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The Best Festive Gifts for Foodies: Reinée of Tamatiestraat Cooking School lets you in on her top picks

Reinée Terreblanche-Brand from Tamatiestraat Cooking School & Catering in Stellenbosch is a human manifestation of the word ‘generous’. Her laugh is generous, her portions are generous and her sheer infectious spirit is the most generous of all. This is exactly why we chose her as our 2018 Eatsplorer festive season gift captain. The quirkily named […]

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Recycling beautiful enough to eat!

Most of us only see old milk jugs, jam jars or olive oil cans as something to neatly organise in the recycle bin. But with a touch of ingenuity and a few moments of time these bits of rubbish can be the start of something stylish and fun. With spring on it’s way we thought […]

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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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