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Dukkah: spice of life

Dukkah is an Egyptian snack, designed to be crunchily consumed with crusty bread, limpid olive oil and the Ethiopian coffee of your dreams.
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Fish soup

Powerful. That’s the only word for this fish soup. Explosive taste, delicious aromas and great texture.
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Bobotie: The Cape on a plate

Whenever I visit my brother in Cape Town, I know I am in for superlative dining. And when the big item on the menu is bobotie, this Durban boykie renews his delight in the mild heat and soaring spiciness of a Cape Malay classic.
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Suzán’s dolmades recipe

Spring is the ideal time to pick vine leaves for this traditional Greek delicacy and Strandveld’s soft, young Pinot noir leaves proved to be the perfect ingredient for Suzán, winemaker Conrad Vlok’s wife who decided to try her hand at this rather adventurous savoury delight.
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Vietnamese Pork Belly

Vietnamese food is probably even more exciting than Thai. While Thai-based foods and the condiments that go with them have made it to South African kitchens and supermarkets, Vietnamese food is just a couple of steps behind …
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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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In a positive way, through inspirational articles. (16.13 %) Agriculture? I hardly ever read anything about it. (22.58 %) Articles only focus on farm murders, farmers leaving the country, or strikes. (61.29 %) Articles only focus on farm murders, farmers leaving the country, or strikes. (61.29 %) In a positive way, through inspirational articles. (16.13 %) Agriculture? I hardly ever read anything about it. (22.58 %) Articles only focus on farm murders, farmers leaving the country, or strikes. (61.29 %)
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