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Why are we only learning to cook French food in Africa?

It's easier to find African restaurants in New York City than it is in Cape Town

SA chef in the running for the San Pellegrino Young Chef award

Angelo Scirocco is passionate about sharing SA cuisine with the world, and has been selected to represent Africa in an international competition.

DR Congo chef reaches stardom after return to roots

Racism and the financial meltdown kept a Congolese master chef down and out in Belgium. Back at home, he has finally won the stardom he fought for.

Innovation key in the battle for foodie market share

Cronuts, crumbnuts, ramen burgers and wine milkshakes are giving chefs the edge when it comes to attracting the interest of food enthusiasts.

Chef Charlie Trotter dead at 54

Award-winning chef Charlie Trotter - whose name is synonymous with gourmet cuisine - has died at the age of 54.

Jackie Cameron: Book by 30, by hook or by cook

Chef Jackie Cameron runs the renowned Hartford House in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, a restaurant that has won Cameron various accolades.

Serve with a pinch of humour

Food is an adventure for the Leopard ’s Andrea Burgener, whose sense of fun shines through in her book, Lampedusa Pie.

Rocking cod in a roots-reggae style

Levi Roots, the singing chef, along with his guitar, has been booked for the Good Food and Wine Show in Johannesburg this weekend.

Top chefs soften the blow of eurozone chaos

They are the top chefs from the kitchens of the world's leaders, masters of the art of sweetening international relations with a sumptuous meal.

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