A little while back we blogged about a French Cooking Course we had been doing with our cooking friends from Yuppie Chef, it makes sense that we followed up by reviewing a cookbook with a French Twist. Jan, a Breath of French Air, by Jan Hendrik Van Der Westhuizen is published by Penguin Random House […]
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July 11th, 2016 · 6 Comments
June 15th, 2016 · 8 Comments
A couple of weeks back I was invited out for lunch by HP South Africa I was a little surprised, it wasn’t the usual type of media invitation that I receive. I am not the most (read not at all) tech savvy gal in the world, and they soon found that out. But I am […]
April 27th, 2016 · 4 Comments
So it’s the end of April and the beginning of May, we are well into the year and long since anyone is thinking about healthy living and new year’s resolutions. The point is that healthy living isn’t about a resolution on the first day of the year, it is a whole lot about consistency throughout […]
March 24th, 2016 · 7 Comments
I am just interrupting our week of books to bring you the last in our French Cooking Series… I have to say that had I known I would have had a broken arm for the entire course that I probably wouldn’t have taken it and my kids wouldn’t have learnt half as much as they […]
January 29th, 2016 · 28 Comments
We are inviting you to join us on a French Classic Cooking Course, we have an extra special deal to share with all our readers… A couple of the Yuppie Chef courses have just been put on the UDEMY platform, which is an online learning platform with bazillions of online courses. The French Classic Cooking […]
November 13th, 2015 · 3 Comments
The talented sisters Seline and Leandri, wooed our hearts on MasterChef South Africa 2013, as we watched week by week and willed them on to the competition finals. As a country we simply fell in love with them, just the right amount of sweetness and mischief and my, oh my, could these gals cook. It […]
September 18th, 2015 · 28 Comments
Border Crossing Tips: Just a couple of vital things you need to know for crossing the border into Namibia, the papers you need for taking a car into Namibia and what times the border posts will be open, The Best Spicy Combos: There is a fabulous list of the best combinations of spices brought to you by the famous spice brand, Robertsons.
…Sweet Potato Roly Poly: We made these one morning and then got stuck into school and completely forgot them in the oven… ages later the whole house was rocking to the smell of sweet potatoes and cinnamon, did we remember that there was a treat waiting for us… treat it was, and though ours had been in the oven somewhat, read “way,” longer than we intended they still went straight onto the “make these again soon” list.