Magic Cake

Magic cake - One batter and, after baking, you get a cake with 3 distinct layers: dense one on the bottom, custard-like layer in the middle, and a sponge layer on top. It has wonderful vanilla flavor and simply melts in your mouth.

Potatoes baked in Chicken Broth, Garlic and Butter, SO GOOD! They get crispy on the bottom but stay fluffy inside. Chocked full of flavor.

Potatoes baked in Chicken Broth, Garlic and Butter, SO GOOD! They get crispy on the bottom but stay fluffy inside. Potatoes baked in Chicken Broth, Garlic and Butter, SO GOOD! They get crispy on the bottom but stay fluffy inside.

Recipe for Strawberry Chiffon Pie - This beautiful spring pie is light as air. Easy to whip up, it can even be made the day before. Your guests will love diving into this fluffy, fruity dream dessert.

Strawberry Chiffon Pie Recipe ~ This beautiful spring pie is light as air. Easy to whip up, it can even be made the day before. Your guests will love diving into this fluffy, fruity dream dessert.

Venison 'droe wors'.  This is an air dried sausage - much like the well-known biltong.

And now for some DRY WORS, a popular South African snack, this one made of venison. Lexi Mills says it's one of the top 10 foods she and other South African expats miss

South African lemon meringue pie.   This is a classic South African favourite and differs from its North American counterpart because the filling calls for egg yolks, lemon juice and condensed milk; where theirs is what we would call “lemon curd”. Having tasted both, I have to say that ours is my best. (But they have pumpkin pie, which we don’t!)

Lemon Meringue Pie -- This is a classic South African favourite and differs from its North American counterpart because the filling calls for egg yolks, lemon juice and condensed milk; where theirs is what we would call “lemon curd”.

Lamb sosaties

Lamb sosaties - lamb kebabs - marinated in a curry sauce and braaied (BBQed) Read More by susanedghill

Bunny Chow and Its Durban Curry. Photo by Keltria

Bunny Chow and Its Durban Curry

During the Great Depression in 1933 Indians, whites and Chinese in Durban, South Africa, suffered hunger like everyone else. The kids then discovered that the cheapest curry they could buy was made by a vegetarian Indian caste known in Durban slang as the

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