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The Local Kitchen Co. – The perfect everyday eatery

With winter in full effect in Johannesburg, some of us might find it quite hard to brave the frosty night air and go to out for dinner, luckily with the likes of The Local Kitchen Co. this will be a whole lot easier. This eclectic little restaurant in the heart of Bryanston hosts the most…

Breakfast, Burger Night, Dessert, Main Course, Meat, Meat, Restaurants, Salad, South Africa, Starter

Urbanologi – A gem in the heart of Joburg

With spring in full swing and summer on the way, there’s something that we’ll all be looking for over the weekends; cool places with interesting drinks and fresh foods. Nowhere will you find this more than Urbanoligi in the heart of Joburg, in the Mad Giant Brewery at 1 Fox. Urbanologi’s spring menu is all…

Braai, Chicken, Daring Cooks, Dessert, Drinks, Lifestyle, Main Course, Meat, Meat, Restaurants, Salad, Snacks, South Africa, Starter, Uncategorized, Vegetarian

ROSTO – Italian wood burning rotisserie

Ever get to a restaurant and not know what to order? ROSTO will make this easier; simply order everything on the menu and share! This is not your everyday Italian Restaurant. Rosto is an Italian roastery that specialises in Italian street foods, wood burn rotisserie free-range chicken, meatballs and stoneground flour focaccia. Starting with the chicken, this…

Braai, Bread, Chicken, Dessert, Drinks, Main Course, Meat, Meat, Pasta, Restaurants, Salad, South Africa, Uncategorized

Jamie’s Italian

Jamie’s Italian   If you read my biography you’ll know that my love of food comes from watching Jamie Oliver on Sunday afternoons in The Naked Chef, so you can guess my excitement when I heard Jamie’s Italian was opening in Johannesburg. Being my favourite type of food and most probably my favourite chef ever’s…

Daring Cooks, Dessert, Drinks, Main Course, Meat, Meat, Pasta, Press Release, Restaurants, Salad, South Africa

Strawberry, spinach and feta salad, with bacon from Mel’s Corner

Strawberry, spinach and feta salad, with bacon from Mel’s Corner

Recently you had the opportunity to meet Mel from Mel’s Corner and today I’m featuring one of her favourite summer salads. It looks like the rainy days have finally left us so we can start thinking about light fruity salads to enjoy. One of the best things about summer is the endless supply of strawberries….

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Championship Boerewors, Nectarine and Quinoa Salad

Championship Boerewors, Nectarine and Quinoa Salad

I realise that leftover boerewors may be a strange concept to many. But let’s face it, sometimes it’s good to put a little extra on the braai so that you can use it for a lunch the next day. This salad is also great as part of a braai especially if you want something substantial…

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Butternut and Quinoa Salad

Butternut and Quinoa Salad

Spring is all about light lunches as we focus on those summer bodies and simply because it’s too hot to eat heavy carbs. Recently the new trendy grain, quinoa, has made it onto my lunchtime radar. I love how it compliments most dishes yet fills you up and provides energy for the rest of your…

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Asparagus, Chickpea and Feta Salad {Recipe}

Thank you to BlogShareConnect for hosting me and this guest post How do I know that spring has arrived? When jasmine fills the air and asparagus is available at my local fruit and vegetable market. I anticipate the return of this seasonal vegetable as it’s packed with good nutrients and is high in antioxidants. Exactly…

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