Teff: Local super grain to be exported to Europe

The success of chia and quinoa has opened the door for other less-known ancient grains, but one South African company exporting teff is wary...

Farm fare’s a-maize-balls

Making something else with maize meal other than the various traditional ways of making porridge, might seem like a challenge, but for our Farm...

Farm fare: Black bean brownies

When the United Nations declared 2016 as the International Year of the Pulses (IYP), it was very easy to add this farm fare to...

Plaaskos: Tuisgemaakte botter

Tuisgemaakte botter is definitief plaaskos, maar glo dit of nie, dit is maklik genoeg vir stadsjapies om te maak. Dit bevat slegs twee bestanddele...

Farm fare: Plaaskos potjie with pulses

We at Farm Fare have created our own version of a traditional ‘potjie’ recipe, by adding pulses to the dish in support of the...

Plaaskos: Vars vrugtesosaties

Baie vrugte is dié tyd van die jaar in seisoen. Maak hierdie lekker vrugtesosaties vir ’n vinnige nagereg wat in die somermaande gesellig buite...

Plaaskos: Stowe-beesvleis

Plaaskos is vir my onthoukos, boerekos of “stadige” kos. Dit is die kos wat ons ma’s en oumas gemaak het in die dae toe...

Farm fare: Healthy pumpkin crumble

It’s time to give up the traditional unhealthy pumpkin pie and move on to this healthy, delicious pumpkin crumble. It is packed full of...

Farm fare: Rainbow vegetable kebabs

With #BraaiDay just behind us and summer ahead of us, the possibilities for new braai recipes are endless. Although vegetables at a braai is...

Farm fare: Lentil, spinach and ricotta lasagne

Lentils are the world’s oldest cultivated legume, so it is no surprise that they have become a staple food across the globe. And for...