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Repurposing leftover gammon

Repurposing leftover gammon

According to an article in the Mail & Guardian recently, South Africans are guilty of wasting nearly 10.3 million tons of food per year! And that’s not food that’s perished and become inedible; this is edible food we are talking about! According to the...
Pumpkin – the South African way

Pumpkin – the South African way

Close your eyes and remember those lazy Sunday afternoons seated around the kitchen table. What’s the first thing you remember? Pampoen tert? Or perhaps pampoen koekies? There’s nothing quite like these delicious sweet treats, which oddly are made from a...
Introducing: The chicken potjie

Introducing: The chicken potjie

The potjie symbolizes traditional South African food. While the braai has its place in the accolades of all things South African, the potjie truly encapsulates our culture and heritage. Potjiekos (small pot food) is traditionally cooked in a large potjie pot (cast...
Klippies and Coke gammon

Klippies and Coke gammon

Wow! Three words all South Africans love in one sentence, Klippies, Coke, and gammon. Who would have thought that such a combination would be so lekker? But is cooking gammon in Coke a South African recipe? You had better believe it! Klippies and Coke The British have...
South African lamb shoulder roast

South African lamb shoulder roast

Traditionally, South African Sunday lunch with family means a succulent lamb shoulder roast. Of course, this means you need all the trimmings, too. We’re talking about sumptuous roast potatoes and onions, fresh green beans or peas, and gem squash halves. What could be...