Jenny Morris

Cauliflower is delicious

I think I must have been weaned on cauliflower. This is one the vegetables that my father grew in our veggie garden. I loved to go out in the garden with him to choose one for Sunday lunch. It was such an education; he would point out that the snowy...

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Something’s cooking

Portugal-born Joao da Fonseca, a.k.a. J’Something, is known to millions of fans for his award-winning hits as the lead singer and songwriter of South African band Mi Casa, ‘My Kitchen Rules SA’ Judge and restaurateur. J’Something worked with Quivertree Publications to produce a very exciting and highly anticipated book –...

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Oh how Very Peri!!

The Olami cookbook from Nirit Saban of the popular deli on Bree Street, Cape Town is all about simple, nourishing, wholesome food. Olami, a word used in Israel, means global, universal and worldly, and Nirit’s recipes open the door to many fusions and intermingling flavours from the Middle East to...

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Say Cheese with Jenny Morris

Can you imagine life without cheese? I most certainly cannot. It’s the best ingredient on this earth; it is versatile and delicious and also nutritious, and it’s a fabulous natural food. I would rather end my meal with a selection of delicious artisan cheeses with a few preserves or fresh...

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Butter and Love hits the bookshelves

Butter and love, a funky, proudly Afrikaans cookbook that is also available in English combines accounts of farm life, doilies, koeksisters and other Afrikaans icons. Anna Carolina draws on the myriad influences in South African urban culture to present something uniquely contemporary, celebrating a rich heritage. The book is full...

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