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Farm fare: Mashed potato chocolate truffles

Did you know potatoes can easily be used in desserts? It might sound unusual at first, but potatoes have such a neutral taste that...

#AddAnAvo to warm salads

Locally grown avocados are a very good reason to get excited about the upcoming winter.  It is projected that South Africa can look forward...

Farm fare: Red wine and steak pairing

In today’s Farm fare post we look at pairing red wine and red meat. Steak and red wine go well together because the flavours...

Plaaskos: Maak jou eie seep

Ons oumas en oumagrootjies het amper alles self gemaak in die plaaskombuis. Seep was een van die items wat hulle gemaak het. Seep is...

Farm fare: Make your own biltong

Biltong is a South African favourite that can be enjoyed anytime, but its origins and history are associated with survival rather than festivities. The...

Creamy mussel soup served in pot bread

Creamy mussel soup is a classic South African dish. Black mussels, which are widely available in our oceans, can be found across the country...

Farm fare: Marinated smoked pork ribs

Smoked ribs are a real treat at any braai. The secret is creating the perfect marinade with the right balance between the sweet and...

Farm fare: Grilling cheese on the braai

Grilling cheese on the braai is not only ideal for vegetarians, it also makes an ideal meat replacement. Cheese that holds its form on...

Valentine’s Day berry cake pops

In South Africa the berry and strawberry season is in full swing by February, just in time for Valentine’s Day. These cake pops can...

Farm fare: Mixed seed baklava

Baklava is one of those desserts with a reputation for being difficult to make, but this recipe is surprisingly easy. The rich, sweet flavour...