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Real Meat Revolution: Chef Giles Edwards on Sustainable Meat

“Nobody ever gets taught about the rest of the carcass… which is the first step to really understanding the essence of sustainable cooking. We serve everything but the squeak!”

La Tête means ‘the head’ – and it’s so named … Read More

Visa Checkout: The Safe, Simple, and Speedy New Way to Pay

Le Creuset is proud to offer Visa Checkout, a fast and easy digital payment service that lets you checkout faster without having to re-enter payment information each time you shop with us. For a limited time only, you’ll also qualify … Read More

Trailblazer: Arendsig’s Artisan Winemaker Lourens van der Westhuizen

In line with his philosophy of living life to the fullest, Lourens van der Westhuizen has an infectious passion for wine. As the first-generation winemaker at Arendsig, it is in the beautiful Robertson valley that Lourens and his team … Read More

Daddy Cool: Adi Badenhorst, Great Winemaker, Keen Cook and Fab Dad

Winemaker Adi Badenhorst is warm, down to earth and passionate about the important things in life: delicious, full-bodied wines; wholesome, slow-cooked food; and family life lived to the full. He explains…

Winemaking runs in the family. I grew up … Read More

Terrific Thali: Chef Liam Tomlin’s Eatery Inspired by India

Chef Liam Tomlin shares what sparked Thali, his innovative tapas-style Indian-influenced eatery that has Capetonian foodies aflutter.

He’s the brain behind Chef’s Warehouse & Canteen, one of the city’s most successful eateries, but now Liam has set his sights … Read More

A Mother’s Love: Fabulous Foodie Ishay Govender-Ypma’s Marvellous Mum

Food and the Fabulous blogger, Ishay Govender-Ypma

It’s clear that Ishay Govender-Ypma’s love of all things foodie is rooted in her childhood experiences. Her wonderful blog, Food and the Fabulous, ‘showcases a world of travel, food and culture as … Read More

Cass Abrahams’ Ultimate Pickled Fish

Cass Abrahams believes that pickled fish is a wonderful reflection of the mixed heritage of the Cape’s Coloured people, as it is a Malaysian-inspired dish that became synonymous with the Christian celebration of Good Friday.

Photo: Toby Murphy, PQ … Read More

Enjoy Sushi Like a Pro: Chef Koshi’s Top Tips

We caught up with talented Chef Koshi from Kyoto Garden Sushi and found out his top tips for enjoying sushi along with highlights on the menu at this popular Cape Town eatery that describes itself as a ‘shrine to Japanese … Read More

Spice Girl: Meet Chef Vanie Padayachee of Marigold Restaurant

Meet Vanie Padayachee, Executive Chef at new Franschhoek hotspot Marigold where she makes magic with her innovative and utterly mouthwatering take on North Indian cuisine.

VANIE, YOU’VE HAD A BUSY FEW YEARS! TELL US WHAT YOU’VE BEEN UP TO? … Read More

Jenny Morris Takes Us to Morocco

‘I have always loved finding new spices, new foods, different places and markets, and discovering new little restaurants that my nose would lead me to tucked away down the back streets,’ says SA’s wildly popular gourmet chef and TV … Read More