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How to make rusks

How to make rusks

The Danes call them ‘Tvebak’, the French call them ‘biscotte’, but we’re sure you’ll agree that there’s nothing quite like a South African rusk! Other brands exist, but Ouma is to rusks what Colgate is to toothpaste:...
De Vette Mossel

De Vette Mossel

If you are looking for a traditional seafood restaurant, then De Vette Mossel is not for you. Traditional seafood restaurants come with fancy cutlery and tableware, unpronounceable wine lists, and heavy price tags. Often they are situated kilometers away from the sea,...
Weskus snoek & patat

Weskus snoek & patat

The icy waves of the Atlantic ocean crashing down onto the blitz-wit sand. The mournful sound of Seagulls calling in the crystal blue sky as they wheel and spin above the water as the salty breeze gently whispers against your skin. Welcome to the West Coast Peninsula...
Foodies of South Africa

Foodies of South Africa

South Africans are well known for their love of all things food-related. At their most comfortable in the kitchen, food lovers of all ages, genders, and creeds can be found whipping up a storm of culinary delight. A highly competitive nation, we love a challenge, and...
Iconic garage pies

Iconic garage pies

Most South African youngsters are more than just a little familiar with that 2 am garage pie snack. Late nights and feeling-less-than-amazing next days aside, garage pies can also quell a serious hunger at any time of the day. And sometimes only a delectable hot pie,...