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Try celebrated SA chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen’s Roasted Butternut and Almond Quiche from his latest book "Jan – A Breath of French Air" Best Dessert Recipes, Fun Desserts, South African Recipes, Ethnic Recipes, Kos, Champagne Recipe, Good Food, Yummy Food, Fun Food

ROASTED BUTTERNUT AND ALMOND QUICHE

Try celebrated SA chef Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen’s Roasted Butternut and Almond Quiche from his latest book "Jan – A Breath of French Air"

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COCONUT MERINGUE CAKE — JAN the Journal

THE HERTZOGGIE BECOMES A CAKE Most of the time inspiration finds us in one of those how-did-I-not-think-of-this-before ways. It occurred to me recently that almost every culture boasts such an array of cookies, biscuits and tarts, but so few of those sweet treats ever see the outside of a baking t

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APPLE & WALNUT PIE — JAN the Journal

Baking an apple pie is one of the best ways to make a house feel like a home. In fact, it’s a time-old trick used by real estate agents on show day and - even to this day - remains one of my ultimate Sunday rituals, which means I’ve got pudding sorted for Monday (when it tastes even better). This Ap

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CREAMY BAKED CHEESECAKE — JAN the Journal

My mother LOVES cheesecake, so whenever I want to treat her, it’s always at the top of my list. Once you’ve got that failsafe recipe that you’ve tried and tested so much you know it can’t fail, you’ve got a great foundation. From here it gets really fun, because you can get so creative with the topp

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CHUTNEY CHICKEN WITH ROASTED POTATOES & APPLES — JAN the Journal

At Restaurant JAN, we put so much energy into every dish to ensure that what reaches the guest is as close to perfect as we can get it. Working with food all day, we chefs often neglect ourselves. But every day we make sure we gather around a table to look each other in the eye and share where we ar

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SARDINE & CHEDDAR TOASTIES — JAN the Journal

There’s this idea that, when it comes to food, chefs never take the easy way out. Almost like the words, simple, express, on-the-go, and quick fix don’t exist in our vocabulary. And if they do, they’re filed under swear words. But when you think about it, how long do you normally wait for your food

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DOUBLE CHOCOLATE SWEETIE DARLINGS — JAN the Journal

If you take your mind back to the very first Journal - the one where it all began - you might remember a section called, Mignardise. In old French, the word translates as precious or cute, which is exactly what these sweet treats are. Originally, they were dainty little tidbits baked in the low, res

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BRAAIBROODJIE REVIVAL — JAN the Journal

Living with one foot in France and the other firmly rooted in South Africa, I have come to learn that both cultures feel passionately about their native cuisine. And in both cases, there is one topic of conversation that quickly spirals into a two-hour debate; at times heated, at times philosophical

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BAKED FIGS WITH BLUE CHEESE & PARMA HAM — JAN the Journal

There’s a lot I miss about home when I’m in France, but my cravings always seem more pronounced during the in-between seasons. Right now, I couldn’t be more excited about springtime in Nice, seeing all the new produce arrive at the markets, planning my next season’s menu, and making picnic plans. Bu

CREAMY VANILLA FUDGE — JAN the Journal Peppermint Crisp Tart, Malva Pudding, Milk Tart, Vanilla Fudge, Custard Tart, Chocolate Powder, South African Recipes, Edible Food, Vanilla Essence

CREAMY VANILLA FUDGE — JAN the Journal

Fudge has all the makings of a culinary accident. In fact, the name gives it away. Its origins are unclear, but most sources point to America, where someone literally fudged a batch of caramels (still with me?). The first time someone owned up to their mistake was in 1886, when fudge was sold for th

FRENCH CUSTARD FLAN — JAN BLOG French Bakery, Great Desserts, Flan, Custard, Baking, Breakfast, Journal, Sweet, Recipes

FRENCH CUSTARD FLAN — JAN the Journal

Like so many great desserts, the joys of flan first unfolded in ancient times when the Romans began to breed chickens. Their surplus eggs led to the invention of custard and I’ve always believed the idea of turning it into a pie was simply the next natural step. I even doubt whether the recipe has c

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QUICK AND EASY SEAFOOD SOUP WITH AÏOLI — JAN the Journal

Although I would never go as far as to call this a bouillabaisse recipe, I can’t deny that it’s where I got the inspiration. The trouble with bouillabaisse - that classic fish soup from Marseille - is that it’s a marathon to make with no gold medal waiting for you at the end. And it so often hap

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BANANA BREAD FRENCH TOAST — JAN the Journal

There are times for watching what we eat and then there are times that are more about eating than watching. During festive times, it’s mostly the latter. I mean, there’s plenty of time to get back into our minimalist diets when the year gets back on a roll, isn’t there? I always go on about how chef

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COFFEE BUTTER — JAN the Journal

Coming home from school, I would often find Ouma Hessie (Ouma Maria) at the kitchen table, eagerly waiting for us with freshly-baked bread and a pot of coffee. I probably started drinking coffee way too early, but my first taste of it was when my ouma convinced us to dunk a warm slice of generously-

This is the kind of recipe that you never need to write down – you’ll be reminded of it every time you walk down the chocolate aisle and, for some reason, you’ll always have the ingredients in your kitchen. By Jan-Hendrik van der Westhuizen Buttercream Roses, Chocolate Mousse Recipe, White Chocolate, Marshmallow, Cake, Desserts, Recipes, Journal, Food

MY MOTHER'S MARSHMALLOW CHOCOLATE MOUSSE RECIPE — JAN the Journal

This is the kind of recipe that you never need to write down – you’ll be reminded of it every time you walk down the chocolate aisle and, for some reason, you’ll always have the ingredients in your kitchen. By Jan-Hendrik van der Westhuizen

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FRESH RADISHES & TZATZIKI ON FRENCH BREAD — JAN the Journal

A TALE ABOUT A VERY FRENCH PICNIC Last Sunday was chaos in Nice. After visiting the market to grab a few bunches of radishes, I caught the bus and headed out to the mountains on our first picnic of the season. But our excitement was foiled as the bus came to an abrupt stop - nowhere near the next