Cape Town’s signature sandwich, served up MK style. Say what now? Gatsbys are bread rolls split lengthways, filled with hot chips and meat, chicken or seafood, and covered with trimmings and sauce. The sandwich received its name because it’s as decadent as the wealthy characters in F Scott Fitzgerald’s famous novel (besides pickled fish, you can cram it full of Viennas, polony, masala steak or just about anything else you fancy). But that’s where the similarities end. Greasy, satisfying and now an SA cultural icon, this meal in a roll certainly gets a green light from us.
There’s nothing quite like the excitement (and glorious aroma) of returning from the bakery with a still-steaming box of sausage rolls. No need to get in your car, now that you have your hands on these amazing locally flavoured sausage-roll recipes
Families that eat together are healthier together, or so says LANCEWOOD in their recent Quality Time Report on South African families.
We made a few tweaks to one of SA’s classics and created a meat-free chickpea bunny chow, complete with mango atchar for extra flavour.
Looking for new ways to spice up your braai meat? Try these South African-style boerewors corn dogs for a yummy twist on a local favourite.
Both pronounced as and referring to the word ‘quarter’, this street-food steak and avocado kota is made with a quarter loaf of bread. Mzansi Style Cuisine food blogger Thuli Gogela shares her recipe of this classic dish!
We put a health-conscious spin on one of South Africa’s much-loved combos for a low-carb option. Get the braai ready for this cauli-pap and wors.
There’s nothing a homemade pie cant fix! We made this tamatiesmoor and chicken potjie pie extra special with a little bit of local inspiration.
Raise a glass to festive cheer this Christmas with a locally-inspired rendition of one of the festive season’s best sippers: Amarula eggnog.
It’s never too early for pickled fish! We kept this traditional recipe super straightforward and delicious – the good old-fashioned way.