Eating disorders affect all different types of people, negatively impacting their mental and physical health as well as their productivity and relationships. Dr Sarvani Pather, a psychiatrist at Akeso Crescent Clinic, explains what elements could lead to Anorexia Nervosa (AN) and Bulimia (BN), as well as any tell-tale signs or symptoms and what the recovery process looks like.
With our lives constantly getting busier and busier, cooking wholesome and healthy meals every day can become tiring, or there is just no time. Servd Fresh is all about taking the planning, shopping, prepping and cooking out of your daily routine by delivering meals of the freshest quality right to your doorstep. Their food is healthy, balanced, delicious and comes in fully biodegradable packaging! They helped us put together 5 ways to eat your way to a summer body and how they can help, should you need a hand.
Calling all popsicles lovers! There’s something new and fresh on the market and it’s coming your way very soon, wait for it… GIN POPSICLES. We can’t tell you how excited we are.
We are ecstatic to announce that from the September issue onwards, MyKitchen will boast a whopping 16 extra pages of deliciousness at no extra cost! And, for our very first bigger and better issue, we are celebrating heritage month at full tilt. Keep reading to see what’s in store.
No matter the time of day, contemporary, eclectic dining is always available at Lily’s Restaurant, and at very reasonable prices as well. As soon as you walk through their doors, you are transported to a modern space filled with quirky details. You’ll probably discover something new every time you go back, and return you will.
As if Sea Point didn’t already have enough on offer, they now boast a vibey upbeat market. The Mojo Market opened its doors on the 27th April and, with over 80 food and retail stalls, this hub is definitely on the right track to becoming a part of the Sea Point lifestyle we all know and love.
Say what? Amakhekhe are scones, similar to the English variety but just larger. These proudly South African treats are glazed with a jam that gives them their distinctive colour. Traditionally, they are served as is, without any jam or cream.
You don’t have to miss out on the fresh taste of the West Coast just because it’s cold outside. Treat yourselves to our scrumptious seafood soup this weekend.
Every South African should be able to whip out a batch of these whenever the craving arises. Especially since we have been making buttermilk rusks since the 17th century as a way of preserving bread.
Are you ready for the 4th annual Stokvel cooking challenge with the grand prize sitting at R40 000?