Top trending food experiences in Cape Town and beyond

As experience-minded food lovers, we are no longer content to sit on the side lines and have our food happen to us. These days we want to get our hands dirty, chat with the chef, amble into forests, be whisked off to secret locations and see and understand exactly where our food comes from. Happily, there […]

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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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Food & Wine Pairing Experience in An Inspiring Working Artists’ Studio in Woodstock, Cape Town

In the 50s, Pablo Picasso was famous for entertaining groups of friends and fans in his light-filled studio in Paris. In the 60s, Andy Warhol’s Manhattan studio, The Factory, became a psychedelic refuge for creative souls from all walks of life. Now, in 2018, Maia du Plessis and sculptor husband Otto open their creative space […]

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