Easy, quick and a crowd pleaser second to none! These delectable puffy clouds of my favorite flavors seem to hit the spot every time. Make them for posh ‘Sex in the city’ type cocktail parties, or for a tense Sharks vs Bulls rugby match. They go perfectly with French champagne or good old beer and cheap wine. Read more
Archive for May, 2011
Father’s day is around the corner and this week Vaughan and I have been working on the front page of the Food and Wine insert that will be published on or around Father’s Day this year. We were asked to prepare and photograph a full page spread that would epitomize every South African Father’s favorite lunch.
Oh bugger!! That means a ‘braai’. We all know the drill – as much meat and potato as possible and as little or no green anything! (click here if you are a South African man as you may be able to relate…if you are a South African women you probably won’t find it that funny!) Ok only joking it is not really as bad as that but you get the idea! Read more
Origin: Roasting is most definitely my favorite way of preparing vegetables as the process seems to bring out their defining flavors and caramelizes all the natural sugars resulting in a sweet, meaty flavor. Read more
This year my Mother’s Day treat was a short whirlwind trip to visit my eldest daughter in the quaint historical town of Stellenbosch. One of the most beautiful towns in the world I rate, and one all international visitors should make a turn to when visiting our fairest Cape. Read more