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The iconic South African Gatsby

The iconic South African Gatsby

If you’re a sandwich lover – and aren’t we all – you may find yourself drooling at the thought of a sandwich loaded with all your favourite bits and bobs. Of course, the sandwich has been a go-to meal for many years in countries worldwide – there’s nothing new about...
Amarula peppermint crisp tart

Amarula peppermint crisp tart

The small plum-sized Amarula fruit is well known for its boozy properties; just ask your nearest elephant! Humans and elephants (the ones that live in the wilds of Africa) both agree that this tasty deciduous fruit is the culprit of many a sore head the next day. For...
Bobotie pancake stack

Bobotie pancake stack

Few dishes are synonymous with traditional South African food than the regte egte bobotie. Okay, so maybe boerewors, biltong, pap and melktert provide strong competition, but a bobotie is still the ultimate in South African food! Besides, what says ‘welcome home’...
Jan Braai’s seafood potjie

Jan Braai’s seafood potjie

Anyone will tell you that there is nothing better than the rich aroma of a seafood potjie. What’s more is that it’s good for the soul and the empty tummy too! Potjiekos directly translates to “pot food” and is pronounced ‘poi-key-cos.’ Potjiekos was...
Making your own bunny chow

Making your own bunny chow

A bunny chow, or bunny as the locals call it, is mouth-watering curry filled inside a hollowed-out loaf of bread. A loaf of white bread may seem bland, but add any delicious curry to it, and you’ll have yourself a tasty bunny. Of course, you could use the whole loaf...