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Inspired by Heritage

Experiencing the Seven Sisters’ hospitality feels like walking into a warm and familiar home. This is unmistakably by design.

Located in the heart of the South African wine country, this experience leaves you with a deep sense that you have shared a piece of heritage with close family.

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The Just Ginger Summer Mule

The Just Ginger Summer Mule Ingredients 250ml Just Ginger Gemere 50ml Vodka [+/- double shot] 10ml Elderflower Syrup  Cucumber  Lime  Mint  Step 1Using a vegetable peeler, shave 2 long, thin ribbons from cucumber; set aside. Cut a 2 pieces from the remaining cucumber and muddle with a wedge of lime and 2 mint leaves in a cocktail shaker. Add gin and elderflower syrup and fill the shaker with ice. Cover and shake until the outside of

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Cart Product Price Quantity Total Borough Balloon Glass P860.00 Borough Balloon Glass quantity P1,720.00 Champagne Bottle Stopper P140.95 Champagne Bottle Stopper quantity P140.95 Clio Lemon Squeezer P179.00 Clio Lemon Squeezer quantity P179.00 Continue Shopping Update Cart Subtotal P2,039.95 Total P2,039.95 Proceed to Checkout

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The Perfect Chai

The Perfect Chai Make the perfect cup – Spiced ChaiMakes 2 cups Ingredients2 cups milk (you may use almond milk)2 tea bags of black tea1 teaspoon ground cardamon or 6 cracked cardamon pods½ cinnamon stick2 teaspoons ground nutmeg2 cloves2 – 4 teaspoons brown sugar Method Heat milk in a saucepan over low heat and empty

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Shaking Things Up With Kesego Moeng

The founder of Exuberant Sips, Kesego Moeng, famously known as Robust Hun, is a trailblazer in the mixology space. With only 4 years in the industry, and about a year of that consumed by the inactivity many entrepreneurs and businesses had to yield to in the face of the Covid pandemic, her come up has been one to behold! It all started when a Facebook friend, Tshepiso Moremi suggested she look into the bartending and mixology space. According to Tshepiso, Kesego had a knack for it, and he believed she could do really well if she just gave it a shot, and he was right!

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A Shot To Embracing Equity

EDITOR’S NOTE – A Shot To Embracing Equity Full disclosure, I haven’t always believed in many of the special days we choose to commemorate on the global human calendar, especially those that seek to shine a light on the deeper issues that form the fabric of our existence. Gender disparities are one of them. In

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Rachel’s Table Recipes

Rachel’s Table Recipes Shepherd’s Pie Ingredients:  1 medium onion- chopped 400g beef mince Mashed potatoes (about 500g) 1 pack tomato paste Portuguese chicken + Salt & Pepper to taste 250ml beef stock 1 cup grated cheese Instructions: Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees celcius on the bake option Peel, cut and boil potatoes in a large

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Char Siu Pork Rashers

Michaela’s Recipes

Michaela’s Recipes Char-Siu Style Pork Rashers Ingredients 1kg pork rashers Spring onion Red chilli Marinade 1/2 tsp 5 spice powder 1/2 tsp pepper 1/4 cup white sugar 1-2 tsp salt 1/4 cup sherry or port wine 1 tsp sesame oil 1 tbsp dark soy sauce 1 tbsp hoisin sauce 2 tbsp molasses 2 tbsp honey

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Bambara Nut Chilli Con Carne

Bambara Nut Chilli Con Carne

Bambara Nut Chilli Con Carne Ingredients 1 cup of cooked Local Village Foods Bambara nuts (soak overnight before cooking) 2 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil 1 onion, chopped 1 red pepper chopped 3 garlic cloves, chopped 1 tablespoon smoked paprika 3 teaspoons ground cumin 2 teaspoons ground coriander 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 -2 teaspoons of

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A seat at Rachel’s table

Rachel Tlagae is a private chef and food entrepreneur at the helm of Rachel’s Table. A food business that started as a meal prep delivery service when she lost her job amid the Covid-19 pandemic and has now grown into a fully-fledged private dining and catering business.

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Good Food, Good Business.

The Complete Guide to Preparing Your Food Truck for Fairs and Festivals.

You may receive frequent requests to become a vendor at events as a food truck owner.

And while it may be tempting to say yes to everything, it is crucial to choose your festivals carefully.

Find festivals where many people in your target group will be going, and make sure the food you sell suits the tastes of the individuals attending.

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The Perfect Guest – Michaela Jacobsz

Hot on the Eswatini food scene is home cook and food blogger Michaela Jacobsz! She is the founder of The Hungry Hun, a food blog that started as a stress release hobby and quickly earned her the coveted number 1 spot at the 2021 Pick n Pay Luju Flame Master Cook-off. We catch up with Michaela to talk all about The Hungry Hun and her love and passion for food.

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RiaKathEats & Friends

Picture this, bright summer weather, a beautiful and serene backyard lounge setup, the ambient sound of Afrobeats not too intrusive, almost distant but clear enough to savour as you rouse your palate with a chilled crisp and fruity sparkling wine, all this with your favourite people. Well, welcome to Maria Kathurima Selemogwe’s gorgeous home. The milieu of her being is undoubtedly reminiscent of the perfect summer afternoon. Irreproachably warm and radiant.

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A Post Card From My European Summer

Some of my most memorable experiences from my “European summer” include marvelling at the Moet Chandon factory tour in France and discovering the secret behind iconic champagne. Walking the beautiful streets of Santorini, taking in the incredible architecture and the unforgettable memories created with loved ones in electric Ibiza.

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Wezi Longwe on the Taste of Home

Wezi Longwe on the taste of home HOME, for me, has always been the sweet aroma of food that permeates the entire house during family gatherings. The undeniable JOY that fills you up, mixed with the cacophony of colour that presents itself with every meal. Each meal was cooked with love. Undeniably so. The fusion

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Editor’s Thoughts – September 2022

EDITOR’S THOUGHTS – Tradition or Innovation? “Florals for spring? Groundbreaking!” an iconic quote by Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada. It essentially speaks to the predictability of the human nature. With every celebration, there’s a symbolic food to mark the occasion. In the US, it’s Turkey for Thanksgiving, in Cape Malay homes it’s pickled

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Bar Essentials

Regardless of how big or small your space may be, you can set up a beautiful functional bar, in your home. Bar carts are full of character, not only are they nice to look at and display with their luxe modern brass and mirror finishes, they are perfect for all the essentials you need to host family and friends and whoop up some delicious cocktails!

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The IT Girl of the Cocktail Menu

Ever heard people speak of the magical healing powers of a nice yummy cocktail? Well, as far the iconic Gn’T is concerned, that’s exactly what you get, literally and figuratively, or at least for the former that was the case back in the 1700’s. As it turns out, its rise to fame was founded on the belief that quinine (the key ingredient in tonic) could heal malaria.

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Tayla Naika

Food has been the cornerstone of Tayla’s home and family life. With her gran being South Indian, she describes how watching her in the kitchen was like watching a scientist in their laboratory.

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East African Mandazis

Also referred to as ‘African doughnuts’ or ‘beignets’, these soft and fluffy jewels are famous in the Eastern region of Africa (Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda). With a lovely hint of cardamom, this recipe will give your mandazis an authentic taste.

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Christine Okello

Meet Christine, a Kenyan living in Belgium and a mum of two kids. Christine has always had a sweet tooth but only started taking her baking seriously when she had just moved to a small village in Belgium’s countryside and could not find anyone to bake her daughter the kind of birthday cake she loved growing up. She turned on her oven, dusted off her mittens and hasn’t stopped baking since. At first, it was just baking for colleagues over the weekend, then she started blogging – sharing her recipes online and that’s how Tutuh’s Desserts came to life.

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Served Perfect With Natasha Siku

Remember the chicken wing shortage from late 2021 into 2022? It caused so much concern it created many chicken wing activists out of so many Batswana. Meanwhile the real chicken wing enthusiasts knew exactly where to go to get their fix – a local food joint called Wing It on, founded by someone whose name you’ve probably heard before – Natasha Siku. And if you’ve never heard of Natasha, well, the ‘about’ section on one of her social media platforms reads “motivated by the fear of being average” which is really (almost) everything you need to know about her.

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Joseph Seeletso

I have always been curious around the kitchen. I remember how when I was about 9 years old, I would help my dad peel the vegetables for the Sunday roast. I loved being in the kitchen so much that in the years to follow,
I would often be found assisting our house helper with the cooking and just being present because I knew that when the food was served, I would be in the perfect position go shashola.

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