If you feel like cooking isn’t for you, or you just get super flustered in the kitchen, these 5 simple hacks will help you!
Introducing the Love Birds from Timamoon Lodge. Featuring stuffed chicken breasts with cheese, strawberries and red pepper, this recipe by chef Kelly Hammond is the ideal date night treat.
We love a savoury vetkoek, but a dessert one? Even better! Masterchef final contestant Siphokazi shows us how to enjoy this treat stuffed with chocolate!
Pro chef Liziwe Matloha shows us how to make her famous gemere. This local drink is a delicious ginger beer refresher – perfect for summer!
The occupation of being a chef has been around for hundreds of years but has only become a more renowned and accepted profession in recent years, gaining considerably more respect. But this new-found recognition comes with great responsibilities, not only to clients and staff, but to food and the food industry itself. So what does it mean to run an ethical kitchen, and what does that have to do with you?
Mi Casa frontman and restauranteur J’Something shows us how to cook the ultimate roast leg of lamb for the whole family. It’s perfect for Sunday lunch! And if you want to see more of J’Something in action in our kitchen, click here.
As the executive chef at the African Pride 15 on Orange Hotel in Cape Town, Tamsyn Wells is well acquainted with preparing complicated meals in multiple courses for large amounts of people. And that’s why she is the perfect person to give you some handy advice to make your festive cooking journey a little less tiresome this year.
Born and raised in KwaZulu-Natal, Lentswe Bhengu is a celebrity chef and TV personality and his latest venture is co-judging the KFC Taste Kitchen TV show. We were lucky enough to catch up with him to get to know him a little better.
Michelle’s philosophy of regional, sustainable cooking sprang from a traditional South African home, where a luscious garden offered loads of homegrown produce and mealtimes were taken seriously. She studied culinary arts and then worked at several restaurants in and around Cape Town, before joining the team at Pierneef à La Motte in 2010. She helped them make the top 10… Read more →
Compared to most chefs, Johan may have had a bit of a late start, only entering the industry when he was 28. He started out as a chef at a chateau in France, where he fondly remembers the time spent wandering through the kitchen garden, a basket of vegetables and herbs on his forearm, carefully picking fresh produce for the day. These days, Johan heads up the kitchen at Vrede en Lust’s Lust Bistro & Bakery, cooking and baking (make sure that you taste the sourdough!) fresh and fuss-free fare at one of the most renowned eateries in the foodie centre of Franschhoek.