Proudly South African hot dog-or-boerewors roll, in South Africa, Boerewors (our quality of a sausage) is as traditional as you can get.

A traditional South African sweet brioche, flavoured with aniseed and glazed with a simple syrup. Perfect for Easter!

Roosterkoek on the braai grid: http://www.goodhousekeeping.co.za/en/recipes/roosterkoek-on-the-braai-grid/

Roosterkoek on the braai grid

Roosterkoek on the braai grid: http://www.goodhousekeeping.co.za/en/recipes/roosterkoek-on-the-braai-grid/

Dom Pedro ~ best South African drinking dessert! - Vanilla Ice Cream, Amarula Liqueur (or Kahlua), Cream, and Chocolate... YUM! by Creative and Delicious (With a Blast)

Dom Pedro

Dom Pedro ~ best South African drinking dessert! - Vanilla Ice Cream, Amarula Liqueur (or Kahlua), Cream, and Chocolate... YUM! by Creative and Delicious (With a Blast)

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!)

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!)

Sosaties are skewered meat, usually made with lamb. They are beyond delicious with apricot and basil.

Lamb and Apricot Skewer Recipe

Sosaties are skewered meat, usually made with lamb. They are beyond delicious with apricot and basil.

Gem squash central - how to find them, how to grow them, how to eat them

Because these are our bloggers favourite vegetable - Gem squash – how to find them, how to grow them, how to eat them! Great article, really hope that the one my friend gave me survives!

Cape pickled fish (Kaapse kerrievis) | Rainbow Cooking I made it this Easter, the recipe I used is from a good friend and differs slightly but the result is the delicious sweet n sour we all crave around easter in South Africa!

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