Herbs and partners

Fresh herbs give an instant lift to most dishes.  There is such a wide variety of herbs available, it is sometimes confusing to know what goes with what! You can buy fresh herbs from most green grocers and supermarkets, but why don’t you try and grow your own?  Even...

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Liven up a Curry

Do you love curries?  Here are a few ways to make it even more special.  Freshen up the taste with fresh herbs, add some sambals, yoghurt or poppadums to turn your curry from ordinary to fabulous! Chop up some fresh herbs and sprinkle on top. Here are some...

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How Long Does it Last?

Have you ever looked into your cupboard and wondered how long an item had been there and if it’s still ok to eat? I often see magazines that tell us how long our food-stuffs last and advising us to be diligent about throwing out the expired ones. But, in the real...

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Christmas Ice Cream

I love Christmas pudding, the traditional boiled one that I grew up with in England, and I can happily eat it in our hot South African Summer.  Of course, I realize that many people, my children included, do not agree with me at all!  This ice cream is our...

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Sikhalazo is a Winner

Our Head Chef is a Winner Sikhalazo Tshuma, our head chef, was the winner at the Ngwenya Glass Village Potjie competition on Sunday. He pitted his skills against other Potjie masters with a delicious Russian dish, made to celebrate the Soccer World Cup. Of course,...

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Amadumbe (Colocasia esculenta)

Amadumbes are also known as  eddoes, dasheen, taro, cocoyam (in Ghana), potato of the tropics and madumbi.  In Kwa Zulu natal they are a common vegetable and are rich in Vitamin B6 and potassium and dietary fibre. ...

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