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IN THE NEWS! IN THE NEWS! IN THE NEWS!

 

DON’T MISS DON’T MISS DON’T MISS

 

 

St Petersburg Ballet Theatre to visit Cape Town in May at the Artscape Opera House. * Dylan Lewis, one of the world’s finest wildlife sculptors has just brought out ‘An Untamed Force’. * The historic Drostdy, a hub in the small town of Graaff-Reinet since 1805 has acquired a fresh new guise. StreetSmart SA celebrates 10th anniversary and new chairperson * GLOBAL EXPERIENCE ADDS EXCELLENCE TO LOCAL CUISINE * If you are starting your wine journey or just curious take a look at the NOSE YOUR WINE video series which wine.co.za has developed. 

 

 

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SEE! BIRKENHEAD BLOOMS

 

By Alyson Kessel

 

 

Alyson Kessel, the floral artist at Birkenhead House & Villa, is becoming increasingly known for her creativity, stunning ways with colour and a very special whimsical touch. In her new book Birkenhead Blooms she tells us, "It all begins with colour, probably the starting point for most floral work. The first question asked by my suppliers is, ‘What colours are you working with this week?’" 

 

 

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BOOKS FOR COOKS! HEARTTHROB DESSERTS

 

From Sarah Graham’s delightful book BITTEN

 

 

Simple and lovely recipes from a young blogger who absolutely loves to cook, according to Franck Dangereux Chef Patron of one of Cape Town leading restaurants, The Foodbarn. Sarah loves eating, she loves to write about it and she loves cooking unpretentious food that is full of taste, and is as good as it looks! Her desserts are a Valentine’s day delight; from her six minute chocolate cake, mini pavlovas and mille feuille to her exquisite chocolate truffles with pistachios.  

 

 

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SUGAR AND SPICE

 

With Zainab Lagardien

 

 

This is the time of the year where sugar come into their own. When biscuit tins need filling and endless cups of tea are poured. The festive season is when we need to master the art of baking.

 

 

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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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SEE! FOUR DRUNK BEAUTIES

 

By Alex Smith

 

Young, passionately involved with her writing, prize winning author Alex Smith brings us the tantalizing mysterious adventures of four drunk beauties in Iran. 

 

 

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SEE! CAFÉ FOOD At Home

 

"The principle of Café Food," says Gael Oberholzer,
"is get the basics right and the rest will fall into place.

 

 

Café Food at home, practical, simple, easy on the budget with dishes that conjure up bistro style eating that are imaginatively served and where preparation and cooking time are kept to the minimum.

 

 

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SOUPS TO SUIT THE SEASON

 

Susannah Blake’s compendium of 500 Soups

 

 

 Right now, the Northern Hemisphere is blanketed in snow and sleet, while the other half is sweltering! Warming and comforting soups are just the ticket at this time, whereas there are infinite number of cool and refreshing soups that are welcome at the end of a long hot day!

 

 

 

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THE COOL LUNCHBOX

 

By Sandy Harper

 

 

Packed lunches aren’t a new concept. They have been around for centuries - when men and women went out to work in the fields, a billycan or other suitable container was filled with the previous night’s leftovers and tied securely with a napkin to keep the food warm. Those days may be long gone, but the need for packed lunches has remained. 

 

 

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101 FUSS-FREE BAKES

 

By Hilary Biller, Jenny Kay and Elinor Storkey
Photography by Debbie Yazbek

 

 

Hilary Biller and The Star’s Angela Day are indivisible. Together with Jenny Kay and Elinor Storkey the team has devised fuss-free bakes, 101 tested simple recipes that you can enjoy for all seasons; muffins, scones, cakes, biscuits, rusks loaves and tray bakes. 

 

 

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