The dishes you searched for most during the first month of spring.
With the weather warming up and Heritage Day a highlight on the calendar last month, it’s not surprising that so many of you were searching for classic South African dishes.
A hearty potjie is just the thing to feed the crowds when the Rugby World Cup is on.
This easy dessert makes for a fun holiday activity, so if you didn’t rope the kids into the kitchen these holidays, be sure to save it for the festive season.
Were you on the hunt for food to feed a crowd? If this recipe is anything to go by, the answer is yes!
A Braai Day classic, this oxtail potjie is hearty and perfect for lingering days or nights around the fire.
The lamington may have originated in Australia, but there’s no denying South Africans have a soft spot for them too. And we think these Barbie-inspired pink versions are even more delicious than the usual chocolate version.
With fig season around the corner, you’re clearly already looking for ways to make the most of this year’s bounty.
Warmer days call for quick meals – and these hake bakes hit just the spot!
What September would be complete without a winning Peppermint Crisp pud in the mix?
Of course we were all sad when Nesquik announced they were officially leaving SA shores. Luckily, our content producer, Bianca Jones, created this dupe… which some may argue is even better than the OG.
You can’t go wrong with a delicious meat-and-potatoes combination. And this one from Jamie Oliver’s new Mediterranean-inspired cookbook had us all salivating.