Believe it or not, potatoes are much healthier than you think, and Weight Watchers, who have just launched their new eating plan, have put potatoes right back where they belong: on the list of foods that you don’t have to measure or track. Yes, they are a starchy veggie, but starch isn’t that bad when you break it down.
Avocados are back on the forefront of fashionable foods! The good news is: they fit into so many categories of the hottest food trends predicted for 2019.
When our grandmother made it her business to keep her grandchildren occupied, she laid the foundation for the business we today call CAB Foods. Around her kitchen table, we learned the ins and outs of baking, decorating cookies, and licking out the mixing bowl. This translated into a love of baking that has been handed down through generations.
2019 is here, and with it a whole range of new and exciting food trends to look out for! With a move towards sustainability, food trend predictions have veganism, eco-friendly packaging and animal-free alternatives topping the charts.
It’s an age-old tradition that’s either adored or despised! Christmas fruitcake is known for its dense, heavy consistency and rich aromatic flavour that is always enjoyed during the festive period. Whether you love it or hate it, we decided to explore the history of the Christmas cake with you this week, as well as a delicious bonus recipe!
The Dessert Expo is excited to announce that three of South Africa’s top food and baking bloggers will be sharing their recipes, tricks & tips over the expo weekend. In no particular order, we would like to introduce to you
We South Africans are major foodies! With an incredible variety of local cuisine, mixed in with some international flavours and dishes, South African food is a unique indulgence for locals and tourists alike. Uber Eats is uncovering what South African citizens really enjoy and what they can’t stand to eat.
This year the world’s most prestigious food awards, Great Taste, announced that local South African chocolate brand AFRIKOA won the Great Taste Award for its 55% Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate.
Rooibos is produced from the plant Aspalathus linearis, a leguminous shrub unique to the Cederberg Mountains around the town of Clanwilliam and indigenous to the Western Cape of South Africa. It forms part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, commonly known as fynbos, and grows nowhere else in the world.
Local is lekker so we’re sharing our top 10 local cookbooks with you today. Happy feasting! Let us know which one you’d love to get your hands on.