To some, she’s the mastermind behind the delicious recipes on her various social media platforms, while others might recognise her as one of the Sydow twins on the TV show Kaap, Kerrie en Koesisters. We sat down with Fatima Sydow to learn what made her fall in love with food
Chef Mmabatho Molefe has been making waves at her restaurant Emazulwini since it opened at Cape Town’s Makers Landing in December 2020, but she has a splendid culinary heritage that goes back much further in time
After being crowned as the winner of MasterChef SA Season 4, Shawn Godfrey, or the ‘Roasted Dad’, has been hard at work to make an even bigger name for himself in the industry. We caught up with him to hear more about his MasterChef experience and learn more about what’s on the cards for his future.
Melissa Delport is a powerhouse woman who truly embraced her career with open arms and trusted the process. We were so excited to catch up with her
During the brunt of winter, you shouldn’t be doing anything other than wrapping yourself in a blanket like a snug burrito and slurping on some hot chocolate
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Growing up in Namibia, where the land is parched and the sand dunes burnt red, it’s no surprise that chef David Higgs brought the heat to Joburg’s culinary scene. His Marble is all about food cooked on an open flame
Life consists of numerous decisions – some of which are bigger than others. One decision Nwabisa Lisa from Gugulethu in Cape Town came face-to-face with was whether she’d continue in a career she felt safe in, or to venture into a field that entails doing what she loves. She picked the latter and it’s safe to say she hasn’t looked back since. Today, she is firmly grounded in the food industry, where she runs her own kitchen, catering services, private dining as well as cooking classes.
Paging through the current decor magazines, like House Beautiful UK, what jumps off the page in addition to the glorious interiors featured is the number of counter-top fruit bowls. It seems as if cut flowers and elegant bouquets have made way for displays of fruit. Apples and pears seem to feature even more frequently than lemons and other fruits. While,… Read more →
1 in 2 South African shoppers are willing to change their seafood buying habits amid rising eco-anxiety about the future of the oceans – global survey New findings released today by the international ocean NGO Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) show growing concern among the public around the world about the state of the world’s oceans, accompanied by a rise in… Read more →