Winter is creeping closer and our lives are on lockdown. You’ve done every home-made face mask, tried every herbal tea and can’t binge-watch another episode. If you’re like us and have bought veggies in bulk but don’t want them to go to waste, it’s time to get busy in the kitchen because preserving vegetables using canola oil couldn’t be easier. And keeping your summer favourites in a jar to enjoy during the colder months is just an added bonus.
Pro chef Liziwe Matloha shows us how to make her famous gemere. This local drink is a delicious ginger beer refresher – perfect for summer!
These potato-bread alphabet croutons will get the kids super excited for their meals. Grab the cookie cutter and get going!
Most die-hard potjiekos masters will insist that potjie-making is an art. We couldn’t agree more! Learn how to make this classic South African potjie.
There’s nothing quite as comforting as a meal made from scratch. Spoil the fam with these home-made rotis and your favourite curry.
A simple foundation plus a simple dish = a meal unlike anything you’ve ever tried! Become a pro with this Marmite-glazed T-bone steaks.
Imagine all the delicious bakes and puds you can create with this classic orange marmalade. Enjoy this fun and simple recipe!
Don’t simply build your nachos, make it from scratch! These chickpea nacho dippers are gluten-free and make the best crisps for all your fillers.
This Heritage Day, let’s squash the perception that eating off the braai means eating meat. In fact, it’s possible to host a perfectly vegan braai by leaving meat off the table, without compromising on taste or texture. From vibrant veggies to sizzling skewers, make your plant-based braai one to remember. All you need is a touch of imagination, a sprinkle… Read more →
Ah, Valentine’s Day. You either love the romance, gifting and chocolates, or you absolutely despise the day. One thing’s for sure, no matter how you feel, there’s bound to be food involved! While you may not be the lovey-dovey type, there are still plenty of date ideas and all they take is some fresh ingredients and some time in the kitchen!