Hungry for Halaal

Recipe: Stuffed Baby Brinjals – the art of vegetarian

I spent a year in Malawi in 2004. It was a beautiful and grueling experience all at the same time. The most eye opening year of my life and a time when I truly learned to appreciate all those creature comforts I had become used to growing up...


Of Gelatin and Gooseberries

This week I harvested an unexpected crop of gooseberries from my garden.

Gooseberries, what on earth do you do with gooseberries? Somehow they had found their way into my veggie patch last year, which currently is more patch than veggies to be quite honest. I was ready to rip out...


Experience another world at the newly opened Zeitz Mocaa Museum of Contemporary Art Africa

Cape Town has yet again managed to blow my mind with the level of culture and type of experiences they bring to this Southern most tip of Africa. The new Zeitz Mocaa Art Museum at the Silo District at the Waterfront is a veritable marvel of architecture and...


Kahvé Road launches coffee pod collection

The word Kahvé, means coffee in Turkish and it is the word first used for this ancient brew. So when the owners of Kahvé Road named the distinctive coffee shop in Cavendish Square, it was in honour of their journey with coffee, the recent past of 2 years...


What’s on in Cape Town for the October holidays 2017

Planning ahead for the school holidays is the trick to keeping yourself sane. Whether it’s fun activities at home or getting everyone out of the house to an event, playpark or activity centre. As long as they are not killing each other at home, tearing down the walls...