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Lighter than down pillows and just as fluffy: Blueberry scones

Baking scones are unexpectedly effortless, they are gloriously old-fashioned and satisfy both greed and impatience. Making them are so quick and easy one can quite literally start a batch the minute the door-bell rings at teatime. The perfect scone is a light, flaky, buttery cloud. They don’t keep very well and might not last for more than a […]

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Sweet potato gnocchi with burnt sage butter sauce

A sort of pasta for potato lovers – who doesn’t love these soft little pillows of deliciousness? Gnocchi have a reputation for being a little tricky to make, so with not a single nonna to call upon for help we roped in chef Lapo Magni of Lapo’s Kitchen in Cape Town to share his expertise and […]

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Cacio e pepe – temperamental and gritty, but oh so delicious

Hearty cacio e pepe quite simply symbolizes Rome in a bowl. This ancient Roman pasta dish is temperamental (the heat of the pepper contrasted with the silky rich full flavour of the cheese), gritty (the grainy mouth-feel of pepper and cheese), and spirited (vigorous tossing required to blend the ingredients). It is best made with more than one […]

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Weekend Masterclass cooking experience with visiting expert chefs at African Relish in Prince Albert

The mini break of your dreams and a chance to cook contemporary dishes and explore new flavours alongside South Africa’s best chefs and food experts? We ain’t kidding. And it gets better. In between sharpening your kitchen skills and tucking into epic meals, you’ll get the chance to explore the quaint Karoo village, meeting the local […]

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