Wine Wisdom from Tshepang Molisana

It’s been an interesting seven years for Cape Town-based wine fundi Tshepang. Her early career saw her plunged into the magazine world and thanks to an editor who encouraged her forays into the world of fine dining and wine … Read More

How to Stretch Your Holiday Leftovers

In case you are wondering exactly how to cope with all the leftovers now that your Christmas and New Year’s feasts are behind you – and perhaps your holiday guests have left with you an overflowing fridge – we … Read More

The Foodie Blogger’s Gift Guide

Take their word for it – these food bloggers have tried and tested many Le Creuset products and when it comes to great buys they know what’s cooking! Here are some of their top-notch suggestions for the keen cooks and … Read More

Nompumelelo’s Christmas with African Flair

Dynamic chef Nompumelelo Mqwebu is a homegrown powerhouse who is passionate about South Africa’s food culture and the role of food in our country’s diverse heritage. This passion has led her to take local cuisine to the world with … Read More

Dianne Bibby’s 5 Tips for the Busy Host

Dianne Bibby invites the world into her absolutely delicious kitchen every day via her glorious Bibby’s Kitchen at 36 blog. We also love her knack for simple, unpretentious yet utterly mouthwatering presentation, as seen on her Instagram feed. ‘For … Read More

Serving Love in Scoops with Yococo

We’ve got the inside scoop on Yococo – SA’s newest dairy-free ice cream – courtesy of its creator Sinenhlanhla Ndlela.

Formerly a writer for television and a post-production professional, Sine is Joburg’s new non-dairy ice cream queen. While delving … Read More

The Scoop on Marianne Visser of The Creamery

At Le Creuset, there are few things that excite us more than homegrown local talent. When that talent also takes sustainable, locavore principles to tasty new heights, we celebrate with them—which is why we were so happy to do … Read More

Meet Roushanna Gray: Foodie, Forager and Fynbos Champion

Since moving to Cape Point eleven years ago, Roushanna Gray has immersed herself in nature, first setting up a tea garden at the Cape Point Nursery owned by her mother-in-law Gael Gray, and later developing her popular Veld and … Read More

Mia Widlake of Studio 19 Talks Kitchen Trends

Local furniture designer and interiors whizz Mia Widlake of Studio 19 is passionate about creating and using quality products with a lasting design pedigree. We caught up with her to find out what trends make her tick – and … Read More

Forward Thinking: Sumien Brink Talks Kitchen Trends

Whether it is your passion for cooking or your passion for eating that gets you into the kitchen, you are sure to agree that a gorgeous kitchen improves both. Brilliant kitchen design is about so much more than having … Read More