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Study paves the way for Karoo lamb to join the ranks of tequila, champagne and Kobe
Study paves the way for Karoo lamb to join the ranks of tequila, champagne and Kobe
You are what you eat – even if you’re a lamb grazing on fragrant plants in the Karoo. Stellenbosch University student Sarah Erasmus has just...
​Begin the day with breakfast at The Shortmarket Club
​Begin the day with breakfast at The Shortmarket Club
Luke Dale-Roberts is a name synonymous with some of the best in culinary experiences in the country, and the world. His Cape Town restaurant The Test...
Comrade Carrot brings veggie might for Obz
Comrade Carrot brings veggie might for Obz
After starting his urban farming experience at the Wynberg Organic Urban Farm in Cape Town in 2014, Mosima Pale moved his farming operation to...
Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo
Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo
A concoction of meat, chips, cheese and sauce in a styrofoam container has become an unlikely social media phenomenon, sending revenue at some...
Ten first-date dining gems
Ten first-date dining gems
At best, going on a first date is awkward and, at worst, an ego-tripping tragedy for one’s self-esteem if you don’t get that second invitation....
Going back to mama’s cooking
Going back to mama’s cooking
If you are what you eat, then an overwhelming number of South Africans have the DNA of multinational fast-food outlets. Now many black South...
A simple secret to keeping it Banting
A simple secret to keeping it Banting
People put my commitment to the Banting diet down to willpower, but truly I have very little of it.
Rosé in the pink on local wine market
Rosé in the pink on local wine market
Family Day is a busy day for the Liquor City store in Atteridge­ville, Tshwane. Customers ranging from trendy twentysomethings to older folk...
Cows: The sacred and the profane
Cows: The sacred and the profane
Your cattle are gone My countrymen!Go rescue them. Go rescue themLeave the breechloader aloneAnd turn to the...
We eat what we like ... or do we?
We eat what we like ... or do we?
When she opened a restaurant in the mid-1990s, just after the end of apartheid, my mother became an accidental rebel. In her own way and without the...

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