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August 19, 2019

Hearty Beef and Mushroom Pie

Posted on June 17, 2019 by in beef

Hearty Beef and Mushroom Pie

This Hearty Beef and Mushroom Pie will take center stage on your family dinner table, for sure. It is big, it is bold and taste absolutely scrumptious. My Hearty Beef and Mushroom Pie is robust. It is a beef and mushroom stew with a light-as-a-feather puff pastry lid. The best part of this pie is […]

Salmon Cream cheese Starters

Posted on November 14, 2018 by in seafood, Uncategorized

Salmon Cream cheese Starters

These Salmon Cream cheese Starters are just perfect for our warm Summer festivities. You can make these Salmon Cream cheese Starters a day or two in advance. After all who needs hours of cooking and baking in hot kitchens while the rest of the family are saying their hih-hoh’s around the Christmas tree. What I love about […]

Blue Cheese Gnocchi with Toasted Walnuts

Posted on July 22, 2015 by in pasta, rsg

Blue Cheese Gnocchi

Blue Cheese Gnocchi, oh my gosh it is indulgence in a bowl, I promise! Blue Cheese gnocchi is incredibly rich and I always eat way more than I should, but I have no will power when I see this on a menu. It is so rich and decadent so little goes a long way when […]

Top 5 Potato Recipes

Posted on July 22, 2015 by in rsg, vegetables

top 5 potato recipes

Top 5 Potato Recipes and you can find them right here! Can you EVER have enough potato recipes and how dare I say Top 5 potato recipes? I love potatoes and yes, I know I am making all the LCHF  members and banting brigade cringe, but I love it! In any form or shape, it […]

Peppermint Crisp Chocolate Fridge Cake

Posted on February 18, 2015 by in baked goods, rsg

Peppermint Crisp

Peppermint Crisp was never been my favorite chocolate as a child. No, I was a Lunch Bar and Tex kind a girl. Peppermint Crisp in my opinion was a chocolate for the elderly. A chocolate I would buy my mom or my grandma! Then Peppermint Crisp tart became famous and I had to swallow my […]

Frozen Watermelon Lemonade for my Valentine!

Posted on February 10, 2015 by in Beverages, rsg

Frozen watermelon Lemonade

Frozen Watermelon Lemonade sounds like Summer doesn’t it? Frozen watermelon Magarita I have seen and heard of, but lemonade, nope! When I saw it on Hein van Tonder’s site, Heinstired, I was sold on the idea! Trust Hein to think of this refreshing idea! For a bean counter, this talented friend of mine is going […]

Durban Mutton Curry Recipe – When in Durban, eat curry!

Posted on January 14, 2015 by in lamb, rsg

Durban Mutton Curry

Durban Mutton Curry, the first on my menu when I visit Durban, that is for sure! Durban Mutton Curry, Cape Malay Curry, Bunny Chow, Thai Curry – you can literally travel our beautiful country or travel the world and eat a different curry every day! I saw the recipe for Durban Mutton Curry on Drive […]

Crumbed Calamari with Spicy Dip

Posted on November 19, 2014 by in seafood

Crumbed Calamari

Crumbed Calamari reminds me of my carefree years at varsity. Oh boy, in those days you were considered to be very adventurous when you ordered calamari! Crumbed calamari can be tricky to make though. If you over-cook it, the calamari is as tough as old shoes and the crumbs all end up at the bottom […]

Brioche with Sweet Berries, Hazelnut and Dark Choclate Swirl

Posted on September 10, 2014 by in baked goods, rsg

brioche

Brioche, the ultimate French bread which was for so many years exclusively enjoyed by the rich and aristocracy. Then Marie Antoinette apparently said, after she heard the poor people have no bread, “Let them eat cake!” After that, this rich, almost cake-like bread was given to the poor in stead of old-fashioned bread. Brioche is […]

Edible Flowers and Salad bowls

Posted on September 4, 2014 by in baked goods, rsg, salads

Edible Flowers

  Edible flowers is something you find on la-di-da cheffie  plates if food in very expensive restaurants, right? Wrong! Edible flowers is nothing new……… not only are they added to dishes for their beautiful vibrant colors, but they add flavor and texture too! Roses are most probably at the top of the list when ti […]