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Tear and share bread

Tear and share bread

There’s something to be said about the gorgeous smell of freshly baked bread. It lingers in the air better than any expensive perfume, and it immediately makes your mouth salivate in anticipation of its crunchy yet soft texture spread with rich, thick butter....
Chakalaka braaibroodjies

Chakalaka braaibroodjies

No matter where you reside on the globe, as a South African, your roots automatically search for traditional South African food that reminds you of home. It’s a cultural thing, especially if that food incorporates our favourite method of cooking, the braai! As...
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:...
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...