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Tomato tarts

There are times in a braai connoisseur’s life when he or she gets to wondering what to serve after the boerewors, chops and well-aged rump steak, but before the ice cream with honey and whisky sauce. Well, here’s the answer: tomato tarts. Yes, you heard right.
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DIY Artisanal Pasta

Cooking is more than following a recipe. Those who grow their own vegetables or keep fowls understand this. But becoming expert in the basic aspects of food production is a highly fulfilling skill. Pasta-making is an example. Here’s how you do it.
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Honey & apple tart

Despite the disapproval of health-conscious buddies, I find it hard to resist satisfying my sweet tooth. Usually I do so with ice cream, but opted for some hot pudding, full of slightly sinful pleasures…
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Lamb chops with mushrooms & crème fraiche

My all-time personal favourite breakfast is a couple of lamb chops, slightly rare, with two fried eggs. This combination of flavours and aromas has taken my breakfasts in a whole new direction.
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Pork casserole

This traditional recipe is a classic, just waiting for your personal enhancements.
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Super Zuppa soup

A bowl of soup is soothing, satisfying, full of flavour… who could ask for more?
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Fettuccine with ham, mushrooms & cream

Pasta is a gift to the beginner cook. In a short time, you can cook a meal that works for a weeknight dinner or a family celebration.
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Sonja’s Pavlova

A Pavlova is one of the greatest desserts ever invented. Like all classic recipes, this one has gone through many versions and multiple derivations. Sonja is a great cook and I am indebted to her for this exceptional recipe.
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Chinese skottel take-away chicken

So you haven’t got a wok? Haul out your skottel braai to make this Chinese-influenced take-away special. While a skottel is a compromise in this case, it’s one that certainly works.
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Grilled lamb chops with lemon sauce

Archaeologists can’t seem to agree on which was farmed first: sheep or goats. Judging from the wealth of recipes for lamb and mutton, my money is on sheep. Here’s a delicious lamb chop recipe with courgettes on the side.
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