We are back with another Sunday lunch treat for you to fall in love with. There are still plenty of spring oranges on the local supermarket shelves, so be sure to grab some this weekend to add to this delicious one-pot dish.
As a special gift to you, LUST’s patron chef (and baker extraordinaire), Jean-Pierre Smith is sharing his signature traditional fruitcake recipe! Make it once, and we promise it will make an annual appearance on your Christmas table. Your family and friends will love this brandy-loaded cake filled with both classic and luxurious ingredients.
There is such a wonderful abundance of fruit on our supermarket shelves, come this time of year! Because all of these delightful offerings are in season, your favourite summer fruits are much cheaper now than they will be in the wintery months. We suggest you make the most of it!
It’s Friyay, and after a long week of deadlines and gym and meetings – you deserve a drink! Watermelon is in season so we’re using our favourite summer fruit as the base for this refreshing, boozy cocktail.
Add a little South American flair to your next dinner party! Some inventive decor and exotic home-made dishes are just what you need for a fabulous fiesta.
The Fresh Cool Old School lemonade stand at the I Heart Market in Durban, began as Gareth Henderson’s answer to how he could earn a few extra bucks. He shows us how to concoct the ultimate glass of refreshing lemonade, just in time for the scorching summer months!
There is no better combination than that of rich dark chocolate and fresh, zesty orange. Are you feeling skeptical? These brownies will convince you.
This may sound like a surprising combination but this sweet and smokey apple and bacon risotto is the stuff dreams are made of. Follow our instructions to get it just right!
Need a quick and delicious end-of-the-week dinner? This creamy, cheesy mackerel recipe is just what you’ve been searching for. Yum!
Whatever you are munching on this weekend, you are going to want it with a side of our beer-battered onion rings. If you’d like to avoid the alcohol, simply substitute the beer for sparkling soda water.