- Spice Route Wine Estate- an artisan playground of endless fun!
- South African Soul Food! What do Black South Africans traditionally eat?
- My new favourite summer restaurant – The Pool Room on Oak Valley Estate – Elgin
- Douglas Green Wines – fantastic value for money…..ahhhhh Douglas Green!
- Organic & Biodynamic – Avondale Vineyard Tour……doing things naturally!
- La Petite Ferme Cellar Tour with John Dendy Young
- The Dog’s Bollocks grows its family to include the Bitches Tits & Deluxe Coffee
- Exciting news: New V&A Market on the Wharf to open in November 2012
- Wow! Harbour House Waterfront full tonight! Lovely vibe. Fab fireplace! The winter special seems 2 be working well! 5 hours ago
- RT @Madame_Zingara: TripAdvisor has delightfully recognisd Cafe Paradiso with a 2013 Certificate of Excellence, Thanks to your reviews! htt… 10 hours ago
- @WakameWafu Thanks for the reply! I can't believe the manager girl at Salt got it so wrong! Can't wait to be back at Wafu in summer! 3 days ago
- Fab 2 see positive feedback of traveling foodies on Royale Burger Bar in Long Street thegluttonsdigest.com/royale-to-the-… 4 days ago
- Cheynes in Hout Bay is creating a buzz! Best to book a week before 4 the weekend! It has only been open about 3 wks! #newcapetownrestaurants 4 days ago
Tag Archives: African Cooking in Cape Town
Many years ago I was on a township educational tour in Langa. Out of the side of my eye I spotted a sign that said Eziko Cooking & Catering School. I quickly jotted down the number and added it to … Continue reading
The Eziko Cooking and Catering School, located in the heart of Langa Township just 15kms from the centre of Cape Town, was established in 1996 by a former Langa High School teacher, Victor Mguqulwa. His mission is to address the … Continue reading