Recipe: Chocolate Nut Cake

Funny thing, cravings. Pigging out doesn’t make them go away. Ask any chocaholic who simply can’t stop after a couple of blocks – that half-eaten slab keeps urging them back for more. Skinny people who prefer to stay with the savoury wouldn’t dream of telling you that chocolate stimulates the brain to release sensual pleasure […]

November 3, 2014
by Christian Eedes
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Recipe: Pepper-crust beef fillet with mustard seed onions

Generally speaking, women cook because they have to; men because they want to – they like to eat, are seldom on diet and couldn’t care less about a seating plan. Recipes are merely for inspiration with measurements in dashes, splashes and fistfuls. A man fries because it’s easier than grilling, does it in butter because […]

October 27, 2014
by Christian Eedes
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Aubergine – restaurant review

Being in Aubergine is a bit like being in Business Class. It doesn’t feel like anyone’s paying for it themselves. In my experience, you’re in Business Class because the company is paying, because you had enough frequent flyer miles to upgrade, or because you got a good deal with the foreign exchange rate. So it […]

October 22, 2014
by Daisy Jones
with 2 Comments

Absa Top 5 Olive Oil Awards 2014: results

The Absa Top 5 Olive Oil Awards 2014 were announced recently, the winners as follows: Rio Largo Premium Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Intense), Rio Largo Gold Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Medium) Groote Vallei Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Medium) Morgenster Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Intense) Willow Creek Estate Blend Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Medium). SA […]

October 16, 2014
by Christian Eedes
with 0 Comments

Recipe: Chocolate and wine cake

What’s great about making this cake? You get to add wine to your recipe and drink it at the same time! Although not high on the effort scale, this cake takes a little while to make, which is part of its charm in our opinion. Use the time to taste your way through the rest […]

October 14, 2014
by Christian Eedes
with 0 Comments

La Madeleine – restaurant review

Belgians are like the French only better. They cook with the finesse of the French and the portion sizing of the Germans. What’s not to love about that?  Plus they are reassuringly cheerful and rotund which suggests that they are actually retaining what they swallow. Whatever they try to tell you, French women don’t get […]

October 13, 2014
by Anna Trapido
with 0 Comments

Recipe: Three-Cheese Spaghetti with Baby Greens

Pasta is the soul of generosity, loves being passed round, scooped out and slithered into bowls. It adores being a second helping, and can be dressed up or down, depending on your mood, how much moola you wish to spend, or how keen you are to impress your guests. Some say that Marco Polo discovered […]

October 6, 2014
by Christian Eedes
with 0 Comments

The Butcher Shop & Grill – restaurant review

I was tired and hungry from shopping at Sandton City. I was making (yet another) half-hearted attempt at Banting. So, I stepped inside The Butcher Shop and Grill in search of a steak. Everyone knows The Butcher Shop and Grill. It occupies a significant chunk of Nelson Mandela Square so it’s hard to miss. I […]

October 3, 2014
by Anna Trapido
with 2 Comments
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