Tag: soup
 
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BOOKS FOR COOKS! MARGARET ROBERTS
MY 100 FAVOURITE HERBS

 

 

When one thinks about herbs in South Africa the very first person that you undoubtedly associate with them is Margaret Roberts, our first lady of herbs. 

 

 

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ORDER OF THE DAY! AUTUMNAL SOUPS

 

When the weather turns chilly, bowls of piping hot soup immediately springs to mind. Susannah Blake tells us that smooth and creamy soups offer the ultimate comfort in its simplest form. Mild and moreish, rich and flavoursome or hot and spicy, there is something so delectable about a large pot of rich, creamy soup. 

 

 

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EXQUISITE VENICE

 

 

When Paula Plit recently visited Venice with her husband, Wayne, on their honeymoon, she was overwhelmed with the beauty of this exquisite city, understandable because Venice inspires superlatives. Beguiling and unrivalled, Venice remains an unvanquished star.

 

 

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BOOKS FOR COOKS! TASTES OF AFRICA

 

By Justice Kamanga

 

 

Justice Kamanga was born in Malawi and attended their School of Catering. Later he became head chef for the US Embassy in Lilongwe. On his arrival in South Africa some years later he joined the Italian Embassy in both Pretoria and Cape Town. Right now Justice has been working as a chef in private homes where he delights guests with his African based fusion dishes. 

 

 

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THE OYSTER BOX REVISITED

 

Starring the Red Carnation Group’s
new and exquisite recreation
of Natal’s treasured Oyster Box.

 

 

A celebrated destination since 1947, known for its style and charm for decades. 2009 saw the complete restoration and unveiling of this tropical gem in Umhlanga overlooking the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.

 

 

 

 

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VEGETARIAN ADVENTURE

 

With Viviane Bauquet Farre

 

 

Creative New York chef and food writer Viviane Bauquet Farre, a lifelong vegetarian, joins SHOWCOOK with delicious dishes using fruit, vegetables, salad leaves, grains and pulses. Viviane, who masterminds brilliant cookery classes in New York, adds stylish and elegant touches to her recipes making each dish a culinary adventure!

The humble carrot is a familiar sight in every supermarket, and perhaps that’s why it doesn’t usually command much attention or excitement. But those colorful roots certainly have some exotic origins.

 

 

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HOME FOOD FROM THE GARDEN

 

With Sonja Jordt

 

 

With ‘Home Food From The Garden’ Sonja Jordt has certainly hit the spot. There are so many of us that aspire to creating our personal cabbage patch, however simple it is. Herbs growing in a sunny spot, a few chives, a little rocket and some lettuces to be plucked for a summer salad.

 

 

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SAFFRON FISH BISQUE

 

Learn to Cook with Showcook

 

Fragrant and spicy, a memorable soup to add to your collection. Far simpler than the classic bouillabaisse this warming economical fish soup uses mainly fish trimmings and a profusion of vegetables and spices. 

 

 

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By Request! MACROBIOTIC COOKING

 

By Jane Touwen

 

Jane Touwen, who has studied at the Kushi Institute in the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, explains to Showcook about Macrobiotics. 

 

 

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