Feel like something cool and refreshing? Shandies have always been popular, but they’re taking on a cult-like status we can’t ignore.
The braai weather is almost gone so take advantage and squeeze one in this weekend. Make this beer bread to accompany your vleis. It’s really quick to make and doesn’t require any of the efforts of a traditional bread, but it still offers all the flavour.
The Lusito Land Festival started as a project to aid differently abled individuals in the Portuguese community in the Johannesburg area. This year it marks its 36th annual event with the celebration having grown to include the various diverse cultures mixed with the Portuguese heritage found in the surrounding areas of Gauteng. With a new venue and the classic Portuguese entertainment, this is sure to be one for the books.
Sam Linsell, South African food stylist and the mastermind behind the popular blog Drizzle and Dip, adds a secret ingredient to her all-time favourite roast chicken dish that results in the most succulent bird.
Good coffee, beer and whiskey. We are pretty sure we don’t have to say much more, but this amazing deconstructed stout float is just what you need when you feel like a rich sip on a summer’s evening.
Our favourite musical chef is back again with another finger-licking recipe where he shows us just how creative you can get with a good bottle of stout in the kitchen.
South Africa has some of the most beautiful local veggies. This recipe makes use of the lovely waterblommetjie and pairs with a traditional and delicious beer bread. Whip this combo up at your next braai and let the compliments roll in.
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.
We’ve all heard of wine tasting evenings, but how about hosting a beer tasting party?
In the words of J’Something himself, ‘Enjoy these Stout Root Fries on their own, or as a healthy baked snack, that just might be delicious enough to dethrone the classic potato chip.’