Ah, Valentine’s Day. You either love the romance, gifting and chocolates, or you absolutely despise the day. One thing’s for sure, no matter how you feel, there’s bound to be food involved! While you may not be the lovey-dovey type, there are still plenty of date ideas and all they take is some fresh ingredients and some time in the kitchen!
This delicious bacon and jalapeño cheese ball will add Mexican flair to a decadent platter! Serve it with crackers, a nice selection of preserves and a crisp bottle of wine.
A season of feasting brings with it all of our favourite meaty roasts. This zesty gammon will be a juicy centrepiece on your Christmas table.
Celebrate South Africa’s finest restaurants with the Mercedes-Benz Eat Out Restaurant Awards. Foodies from around the country will vote for their favourites to honour the best and most prestigious restaurants in an elaborate awards ceremony in Cape Town.
Make sure your tableware is as beautiful and exciting as the food you have prepared! Here are some of our favourite bold prints and textures picks from @home.
Having a cup of tea each day is a staple for many, especially here at MK headquarters. We’re delving into some of the various types of teas you have at home, as well as new ones to try the next time you feel like a change.
Get ready to vote, because it’s time for the Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Best Everyday Eateries Awards 2018! Choose your favourite restaurant from a range of categories to see their star-rating go up and who knows? You could make them a winner!
What’s a party without them? Our jelly shot combos are quick and easy to make, and will certainly be a hit at your next gathering!
Are you looking for a delicious dessert to create this Winter? Wedgewood Nougat and Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine have teamed up to create this scrumptious ginger and almond pie. ‘I crave pecan pie, so this is my take on the traditional pie – made even more delicious with the additional Wedgewood Angels Nougat Biscuit base and Nougat chunks,’ Jackie tells us.
The use of bitters dates back to hundreds of years ago, where it was first used by monks for medicinal purposes. The popularity of bitters soon grew in Europe in the 1600s where they were used as appetite stimulators before a meal. It was only later in 1824 that Dr. Johann Gottlieb Benjamin Siegert created the world famous recipe of aromatic bitters for Angostura.