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Your weekend feast: 12 January 2018

Ditch the New Year's diet and sink your teeth into these moreish meals.

12 Jan 2018

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Back at work yet? Need another holiday? still ON holiday? Whatever your current situation, we're about to make it a whole lot better with utterly delicious food. So get your shopping ready and set the table for a weekend feast extraordinaire!

Ease into your Friday evening with a giant portion of Mexican-meets-SA boerewors nachos. To wash it down? A pint of refreshing lager of course!

Got the breakfast cravings? Cure that hangover with a super sexy brunch tartlet - bursting with cherry tomatoes, crème fraîche and fresh basil. 



Nothing like a plate of baked fish nuggets to keep the kids happy! Make your own with this simple recipe. And add a side of chips because... nom!

Have guests coming over and don't feel like making a fuss? Pop some lamb chops into the oven and have a bottle of good red wine open. Supper - sorted!


Vegans and veggie lovers will rejoice in this super fresh and vibrantly minty tabbouleh salad. Greens for days!

You can't beat a Summery stone fruit dessert with the simplest (and possibly the most enjoyable) way to eat them; gently grilled and then sprinkled with an irresistably crunchy, biscuity topping. Ice cream? Mandatory.

Another vegetarian crowd-pleaser we simply couldn't leave out is this rich and creamy pear and blue cheese tart, ganrished with fresh thyme and chopped walnuts. Tip: make these as mini tarts if you want to serve canapé-style. 

If you've started the year with intentions of eating more healthily, then this chocolate and cinnamon chia pudding is just for you. Heck, you could have it for breakfast it's so healthy! In fact, our editor encourages it.  

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