Cooking in Teotitlán de Valle with a Zapotec family We had the opportunity to learn some cooking tips from a Zapotec woman, a Mexican indigenous group who settled in the area of Oxaca, Mexico. We were shown the true meaning of slow living, loving and eating. For Fine Dining Lovers, 20 Nov 2015. At Teotitlán de [...]
Tel Aviv Food - City of Contrasts - for Woolworths Taste Magazine March 2014 Steadfastly independent, Tel Aviv remains a wondrous Israeli anomaly. The city is a composite of liberal attitudes, chic café-lined boulevards, rowdy bars and the evergreen staples of its multi-ethnic immigrant population. I went to get a closer look at the food [...]
Markets in the South of France - a list of my favourites and why you should visit.
I purchased this beautiful, French style butter cake topped with nuts from a lovely lady at the new Palms market in Woodstock. "Eat this with champagne" she advised. The cake is slightly crumbly and freezes well. Pics by Catherine Scott
Zanzibar is a fascinating romantic island, with an exotic blend of Indian, Arabic and European architecture and influence and a mixture of crumbling buildings and palaces, sadly juxtaposed.Two of the famous markets, the ancient Darajani Market and the bustling Forodhani Market - what to expect, what to eat, and what to avoid. Plus a few of my favourite pics from a wonderful holiday.
A tour of Chelsea Food Market in New York, shops and stalls you should not miss and a magnificent little resting spot for the weary shopper.
A tour through the stalls of the La Boqueria Market in Barcelona, arguably the best food market in Europe - what not to miss, when to go and the top tips on some of the tastiest tapas at the market. *Warning, image not suitable for sensitive readers*
This year saw the 9th Kamers vol Geskenke (Rooms full of presents), sponsored by Sarie Magazine, held at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West, with another set for Irene, Pretoria scheduled for 29 November - 3 December 2011. This was also my very first Kamersvol! Would you believe it?
My take on the Toffie Food Festival held on 3/4 September in Cape Town- the icing on the cake and the cracks in the pudding. An independent view.