With a collection of more than 80 inspiring recipes for both beginners and experienced bakers, Christine Capendale’s Baking for Profit and Pleasure is one of the most exciting local cookbook launches of this year. With classic recipes along with some that are also gluten-free, vegan and low-sugar, Christine ensures that her book has something for everybody.
This tasty and comforting deep dish pizza recipe is inspired by the US. Did you know that this type of pizza is the most popular in Chicago?
Have you ever had trouble keeping herbs fresh? Here are our tips to keep them at their best for longer. (in the fridge and freezer)
Lulu Letlape, owner and founder of Bongi Bees, a beekeeping business based in Tshwane, is on a mission to change the world with her honey.
No need to struggle with broken bits of eggshells, stinging eyes as you chop an onion or the hassle of peeling ginger. We’ve revealed a few of our top cooking hacks to make life a little easier! No More Eggshells! One of the most frustrating things to happen when baking is getting a piece of eggshell in your bowl… Read more →
With a stigma of it being scary and stressful, caramel is actually fairly simple to make when you understand the process.
Chef, cookbook author and food influencer Zanele van Zyl is here to inspire you to cook better, eat better and create beautiful food This month, Zanele van Zyl is gracing our cover and we couldn’t be more excited. With a passion for cooking, teaching and sharing good food, Zanele is a powerhouse of note and a true inspiration to… Read more →
Green and dark-skinned avocados are available in South Africa almost all year round and the good news is that whichever colour avo you choose, they’re all equally delicious and nutritious! The buttery, creamy green-skinned avo varieties Fuerte, Edranol, Ryan, Reed and Pinkerton are available from March until October, and the rich, nutty dark-skinned Hass, Maluma Hass and Lamb Hass from… Read more →
Top Tips And Tricks To Help You Become A Pro Cook
Herbs are incredibly versatile. Their saltiness can be enhanced using garlic and cheese, etc and their sweetness can be enhanced with sugar and fruit etc.