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Recipes from the heart: the cookbook as a love letter

The recent addition of cookbooks by black authors to mainstream bookstore shelves reflects the demand for South African food and cooking culture in the country.

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.

Kids in the kitchen

Cape Town-born Josh Thirion (9) does not like being told what to eat, and even has his own recipe book out.

By book or by cook

Here is a wealth of reasons to head for the kitchen, roll up your sleeves and get to work.

Succulent food

The Karoo may be arid, but its kitchens are bubbling over with many recipes that come from the heart.

The Middle East in your kitchen

Middle Eastern dishes can be complicated and laborious, but a new book delivers the diverse tastes of Jerusalem in a easy way.

Cookbook bibles to dine for

Matthew Burbidge serves up the hottest tomes of culinary art and preparation on the market this year.

Maya Angelou’s cooking with words

It's a natural extension to my autobiography, says the author.

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