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Posted by | September 4, 2013
Asian-inspired burger

I was recently tasked with coming up with a burger based on limited but conventional burger-related ingredients: beef, buns, gherkins, iceberg lettuce, tomato and onion. I could add 4 additional...

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Posted by | September 3, 2013
Win a signed copy of Jackie’s “Cooks at Home” worth R250

I'm a huge supporter of anything home-grown and food-related and in this case, it's our very own world-class chef. Chef Jackie Cameron has been working up in the Midlands at...

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Posted by | August 27, 2013
The Art of Plating

This is the 8th submission for the PnP Freshly Blogged challenge. We were tasked with making a dish from the following items: Sedgwick's Old Brown Sherry One whole free range...

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Posted by | August 5, 2013
Carmelised pear and Amarula ice cream, chocolate pots with Amarula custard

That has to be the longest title ever for this blog so far. This recipe was submitted for the Freshly Blogged challenge. The ingredients that had to be used were...

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Posted by | August 4, 2013
Hartford House – The food

Last week I posted about about the amazing place that is Hartford. Today is about the food. After an impatient drive up from Durban, we arrived around lunch time. My...

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Posted by | August 2, 2013
This weekend in Durban

It's the best day of the week and the best post of the week! Here's a lineup of all the awesomeness happening in this equally awesome town: Markets Saturday: Essenwood...

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Posted by | July 29, 2013
Hartford House – the setting

Last weekend, the long suffering significant other and I had the opportunity to visit and stay overnight at what I can only describe as one of the most magical places...

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Posted by | July 26, 2013
This weekend in Durban

Before I started putting these together I really had no idea just how much Durbs had going on every weekend. And I'm amazed. I don't think the sleepy fishing village...

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Posted by | July 15, 2013
Lazy beef pie with suet crust

I have been participating in a weekly challenge hosted by the PnP Fresh Living Magazine called Freshly Blogged. Every Friday they email us a list of ingredients and we are...

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Posted by | July 15, 2013
Belly-warming smoked paprika butternut soup

Effort:  Easy Expense: The wine and black garlic might be a bit pricey, the rest is cheapy cheap Kitchen fire potential: Virtually none Serves: 6 I was given black garlic...

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