There are a few staples that you will always find at a South African braai: pap, sous, greek salad, garlic bread and potato salad. This is my ultimate potato salad recipe.
My sister-in-law’s sweet potato bake hits just the right spot!
Whilst growing up my mother only cooked brown rice. By the age of ten I was an expert in cooking brown rice. Then I move to the UK, met my hubby and a new chapter in my life started: Basmati rice…
This used to be my most favourite Tuna and Spinach tagliatelle dish of all time. Then I became allergic to fish and moved to the UK where spinach tagliatelle are hard to come by so I had to adapt…
I can (and often do!) eat spaghetti for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Why is it unconventional?
Word of warning: This creamy deliciousness is not for the dieters amongst us!
I love the rain. When it rains in South Africa we eat pancakes. I love pancakes. This year I’ve incorporated traditions from both sides of the equator.
Oh no! I cannot believe it is nearly February. Nearly a twelfth into the New Year and I’m still in the Christmas spirit!
The shops are getting ready for the Easter Fever, but I still feel a bit of the Christmas nostalgia lingering in the air.
Sometimes I miss being little. On Saturday evenings we would often sit outside as my dad makes a potjie. There are as many recipes out there as there are potjies, but of course, my dad’s Drunken Chicken Potjie is the best!