There is something so enticing about this particular blend of nuts, seeds and spices that makes me want to sprinkle Egyptian dukkah on just about everything! Dukkah is one of those things that I just have to have in my pantry, and because it’s so quick and easy to put together there really is no excuse not to make it myself.
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Happy Monday foodies! I hope that your weekend was excellent and that you are ready to jump into the new week. As crazy as it may sound I actually look forward to Mondays and the opportunity to start fresh and tackle my goals for the week… but not before a good breakfast, ha ha! And that’s where Nature’s Source comes in – they have a huge range of delicious granola products to choose from, and many ways to use them as I am about to show you.
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Hi foodies and hello October! We have just returned from a week away in one of our favourite spots, beautiful Knysna. We spent the week in a cosy wood cabin overlooking the Knysna River Valley and it was just the break we needed. Plenty of time spent on our balcony listening to the birds, lots of fresh air, reading, beach time and nature walks – bliss!
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Capetonians will be pleased to read that this post has nothing to do with the water crisis… argh, I said it! We are all a little bit obsessed right now you see, (one’s Facebook feed is enough to induce a severe case of hysteria!), and in uncertain times like these we could all do with a little comfort food. Like a golden pastry pocket that fits snugly in your hand, filled with a delicious cheesy spinach stuffing and dipped in a warming roasted red pepper sauce. I’ll take one! Or three…
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Greetings and Happy New Year everyone! I have had a lovely break, albeit a busy one packed with get togethers with family and friends, bits of admin that we did not get to during the year and plenty of feasting. We even managed to end off with a few days away in beautiful Franschhoek – just my little family, which was a perfect way to end off a busy holiday. It almost made up for the administrative portion of the holiday – because nothing screams “holiday fun” more than having to queue for five hours to renew your car licence and another eight hours for passports! Hey ho.
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When it comes to chickpeas there seem to be two distinct camps – people either love ’em or hate ’em! Personally, I could eat chickpeas every day, but I know plenty of people who would not touch them… even with a very long, long barge pole.
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