Luffa and Shrimp curry - Chinese okra This recipe forms part of a series prepared for Pick n Pay Fresh Living Magazine, October 2013 issue A vegetable, and an exfoliator! My grandmothers, like yours too, if they were a part of the same generation, practicised thrift to a fault. They had to, really, with large [...]
Cassoulet - a journey to learn more about the dish in the South of France and a Cheat's Recipe for a Rainy Day Cassoulet
Balik Ekmek, fish sandwiches from Istanbul and how to make them.
Arroz de Marisco, how to make this Portuguese Seafood Rice dish. Worth every step, and snippets of Lisbon.
A spicy and creamy Cape Malay Chicken Curry with soft Turkish apricots - a twist on the classic
Tapping into the street food hot dog trend, I make the simplest of Greek foods, the souvlaki, marinated with thyme and mint and serve it on a hot dog bun. Some scenes favourite scenes from Athens
Earlier this year, I was invited to participate in the Women and Wine of the World International Competition 2012 and appointed 'godmother'. My task is to pair dishes with the winning wines. The first is a gewürztraminer with a Thai red curry with seared ribeye steak - how to make a red curry paste from scratch.
I paired dukkah crusted ostrich with seasonal asparagus served with a dollop of saffron cream and herby couscous with slices of Turkish apricot - flavours of Africa and the Middle East mingling in one wholesome, healthy dish.
Caramelised Onion & Beef Phyllo Pastry Tart with Green Olives GalleryAfrica, Bread & Savoury Bakes, Chicken & Poultry, Food, Food & Fab Endorsed, Food & Travel, Mains, Meat, Mediterranean Delicacies, Recipe Development, Recipe Index, Recipes, Travel in Africa
Caramelised Onion & Beef Phyllo Pastry Tart with Green Olives - a holiday series colaboration with Mediterranean Delicacies - part one, a visit to Chefchaouen, Morocco.
Showcasing an utterly beautiful golden enoki mushroom. Together with chicken, red chilli and pak choi I made a stir fry and added fresh papaya slices at the end - the smooth, cooling fruit added a fresh honey-sweetness that complimented the chilli. The dish is lightening quick to make but the combination of textures and flavours makes it feel a lot more complex. This stir fry is crunchy, spicy, nutty (from the enoki) and sweet.