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Month end meals...

At this time of the month many are a little tight and I have had a lot of requests for tasty economical meals, so here are a few great ideas for meals that taste great and cost very little. In my view rice is a very under rated product that can be easily fancied up and for a tasty, healthy meal. I found a really inexpensive brown rice at PicknPay the other day which you will love. It’s called Spekko brown rice....

Fathers day Lunch...

Fathers day Dads seldom need more than to be shown that you appreciate them and what better way than to spend a little time preparing a few of his favorite meals. Spoil the Dads this weekend with a hearty lunch and a dessert that will have him singing your praises and looking forward to next year. Here are a few ideas that are really simple but will show him that you have put in the effort to make something special. Always...

Easy banana bread...

Banana bread Last night it was cold and windy and had this ghalashing for banana bread, hot and steamy straight out of the oven and turned to a quick and trusty banana bread recipe I’ve had for years and never fails. (It was late so excuse the pic) I have done almost everything with banana bread, including making a bread and butter pudding with it. What you need 2 cups plain flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon...

Warm banana chocolate dessert...

There seems to be a glut of bananas on the market at the moment. PicknPay were all but giving them away last week and here is a really delicious warm dessert for those bananas that are getting over ripe. Also remember that if you peel and slice bananas you can freeze them and then pop them frozen into a blender for an ice cream type treat. What you need 120ml soft butter (100 grams) 175ml white sugar 175ml brown sugar 1...

Boerewors the traditional way...

Sometimes only a boerewors roll will satisfy the hunger! If you have ever been driving around and racked your brain for the location of that guy making boerie rolls outside the supermarket or the butcher in the middle of the day and have traveled about 10km to find one, then you know you are a born and bred South African! The rest of you may not quite understand the simple pleasure of biting down on a boerewors roll but...

Mamas Lasagna Recipe...

Mamas Lasagna recipe Every now and then a recipe comes along that you just have to print and keep, bookmark or do whatever you need to so that you do not lose it and this old fashioned Lasagna recipe is one of those easy recipes. Don’t be put off by the number of ingredients, you will have most of them in your cupboard. There is no low fat low salt this or that, it’s from a great friend of mine whose grandmother...

Christmas recipes...

Christmas I have had so many requests for Christmas recipes again this year that I thought I would re-post the whole lot in one entry. Some of my best memories are around the table at Christmas time with the table groaning under all the delicious things to eat. It is so worth taking the time and putting in the extra effort to make Christmas dinner or lunch something really extraordinary, it is something that you and all...

Christmas fruit cake...

Christmas fruit cake Christmas cakes that contain alcohol should be made about a month ahead of time to allow the flavor to mature. Incredibly, fruit cakes containing alcohol can be stored for around 9 months if in an airtight container. What you need 500g raisins 500g currants 500g mixed candied citrus peel 375g flour Pinch of salt ½ teaspoon nutmeg ½ teaspoon allspice 375g soft butter 375g treacle sugar 6 eggs 50ml...

Cheesecake with a chocolate crust...

Baked cheesecakes have been irresistible to me since I first had a slice in New York 24 years ago and this recipe, which has a chocolate biscuit base and creamy texture that includes condensed milk is just what the doctor ordered when you need a distraction. What you need 1 packet chocolate digestive biscuits 100g butter melted 3 cups cream cheese 2 tins condensed milk (Nestle) 125ml lemon juice (from a bottle is just...

Summer time chicken salad...

chicken salad This is a great little chicken salad recipe with a summer twist that will have your family and friends going back again and again. It’s been so hot lately, I thought I’d make a chicken salad with some fruit. It’s really foolproof and fantastically fresh and delicious, Ideal for hot days so give it a try, you will love it. (makes 4 servings so double it up if need be) What you need Red apples...

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