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It was predicted that when Jan Braai’s first book, Fireworks, was released in 2012 that the book would become a staple classic in the South African cooking canon. Who could have guessed that Jan and his books would become world-renowned for braai brilliance.
With the rising popularity of that quintessential South African braai accompaniment, the humble braaibroodjie, Jan decided that it was time to focus on what is more than a cheese and tomato toastie and highlight the extraordinary meals you can braai with bread. It’s helped that the world is no longer so kak-scared of eating bread!
Find delicious chicken, beef, vegetarian and vegan braaibroodjie and burger recipes that will keep your family coming back for more!
Following on the success of Veld to Fork, Gordon Wright’s first book, Karoo Food is bigger, better and tastier than ever, with more recipes, stories and anecdotes about life and food in the Karoo.
Once again, Gordon takes you on a Slow Food journey, via your taste buds, to foodie-nirvana. Tracing the origins of ingredients and the stories behind the dishes, this is a selection of recipes and inspirations from the important people in his life. It’s a mix of the old and the new and a tribute to all those lovely people and their marvellous food over the generations that have helped foster his love of cooking.
This book is a must-have for cooks, foodies and aspiring home chefs.
Jamie Cooks Italy is a celebration of the joy of Italian food. Jamie wants to share his love of all things Italian with accessible, best-ever recipes for Classic Carbonara, Salina Chicken, Stuffed Focaccia, Baked Risotto Pie, Pot-Roasted Cauliflower and Limoncello Tiramisu. This is about bringing the pleasure and passion of the world's favourite cuisine to your kitchen at home.
Featuring 140 recipes in Jamie's easy-to-follow style, the book has chapters on Antipasti, Salad, Soup, Meat, Pasta, Fish, Rice & Dumplings, Bread & Pastry, Sides, Desserts and all the Basics you need.
The recipes are a mix of fast- and slow-cooking, familiar classics with a Jamie twist, simple everyday dishes and more indulgent labour-of-love choices for weekends and celebrations. Whether cooking for yourself or cooking for friends and family, the aromas and tastes will transport you straight to the landscapes of Italy. Viva Italia!
Veganism is a growing phenomenon on the culinary scene. The South African Vegan Cookbook is the first of its kind locally.
In it you will find everything you need for a vegan lifestyle: from basic information such as the definition of veganism, why it’s good for you, answers to common questions, the essential equipment, vegan alternatives for everyday products, the pantry essentials and resources to learn more. The family-friendly recipes are easy to make and are made from locally-sourced products. This cookbook includes recipes for breakfast, snacks, lunch, tea time, the braai, entertaining and late-nights feasts.
Think decadent chocolate granola and overnight oats, kale chips and cauliflower bites, easy-to-make couscous salad, lasagne and stir-fry as well as South African favourites like milk tart, banana loaf, macaroni-and-cheese and chicken burgers. And to top it all: chocolate mousse, date balls and truffles.
Vegan 101 – good for your health and the planet.
An authentic Turkish cookbook by the owner of the Turkish restaurant Anatoli in Cape Town.
Travel with Tayfun Aras to Turkey and get to know him and the food tradition he grew up with better. Tayfun, who made South Africa his home in 1998 after marrying an Afrikaans girl, Louise, shares the restaurant’s most popular recipes. The dishes range from simple mezes and delectable main courses (lamb dishes and kebabs) to fabulous desserts (baklava and kadayif) and drinks (Turkish coffee and tea and the national drink raki). All ingredients are readily available in South Africa.
Get to know Turkish food tradition and culture as well as the heart of Turkish food: complex, honest food shared with Turkish generosity.
Spices weaved their way into my kitchen and somehow my collection seems to flourish regardless of the homes and locations I’ve lived in. From the author and chef of Cooking for my father in My Cape Malay Kitchen, comes a cookbook that chronicles her adulation and reverence for spices. Cariema Isaacs’s affinity for spices emanates from her Cape Malay heritage and her time spent cooking and baking in her grandmother’s kitchen in Bo-Kaap, the Cape Malay Quarter in Cape Town. Thus, at a very early age she understood the tastes derived from cumin and coriander, the pungency of fennel, cloves and star anise, and the piquancy of chilli powder, cayenne pepper and masala blends. Spice Odyssey showcases a multitude of beautifully written recipes with some familiar spices from her Cape Malay heritage and fresh aromatics from her travels to India, Turkey, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and the Middle East. ‘From east to west, north to south, the routes and journeys travelled from shore to shore by slaves and explorers, travellers and traders, the story of spices emerged and the spice odyssey began.’
All Sorts Of Healthy Dishes features 96 delicious yet healthy recipes for family meals and entertaining.
Author Chantal Lascaris has travelled widely throughout the Mediterranean region and has taken her inspiration from the cuisine of the countries bordering on the Med. As she has always been interested in health and nutrition, she has focused on the Mediterranean diet cooking, which is relaxed, tastes absolutely wonderful and still offers well-documented health benefits. Moreover, she has ensured that all the ingredients are easily available in South Africa. Accompanied by mouth-watering food photography, the recipes will take you on a culinary journey through the Mediterranean zones of France, Greece, Italy, Morocco, Spain and Turkey.
Instead of an expensive travel itinerary, all you need is your kitchen, cooking utensils and a copy of All Sorts Of Healthy Dishes. And if you’re planning to invite your friends, there is even a selection of menus to guide you.
This is Durban curry, continued... a show which has been running
since the 1860s, when the first indentured labourers came from
India to work in the sugar cane plantations of then colonial Natal.
They brought spices, and seeds, and recipes. And when inevitably,
the influences and memories of the mother cuisine faded, Durban
curry became its own thing.
Before actors and Food Network stars Jazz, Jake, Jurnee, and Jussie Smollett conquered Hollywood, they spent their childhood crisscrossing the United States. Moving coast to coast thirteen times, they car-tripped to small towns and big cities across America.
But no matter where they lived, two things remained constant: their incredible family feasts and the long, wooden kitchen table where they shared food and lived their lives. Each time they arrived in a new home, their mother would transform planks of hard wood into a smooth, varnished butcher block table in a beloved ritual that took three days. That hand-crafted table would become the heart of the Smollett clan, where the most important and cherished events and accomplishments, no matter how large or small, were honored, and where holidays were celebrated: Christmas, Easter, Passover, Chanukah, birthdays, milestones. With a mother from New Orleans and a Jewish father from New York who met and married in California, the Smollett kids were exposed to diverse culinary heritages and grew up open to all the deliciousness the world had to offer.
In this warm and personal book, the Smolletts invite us all to take a seat at their table and enjoy the good times and good food that help families thrive. The Family Table includes more than 130 delicious, comforting recipes that pay tribute to their past and present, including:
These favorite recipes from the Smolletts are suitable for intimate dinners and fabulous feasts alike, but more than that, The Family Table is a remarkable portrait of a loving, all-American family, rich with traditions that they continue to build to this day.
This book is what happens when two guys spend way too much time obsessing about beer and food around a fire pit. Ride along as brothers-in-law Greg and Karl explore South Africa’s craft beer culture and meet the passionate people behind a few of their favourite beers.
Then braai your way through a collection of ridiculously tasty recipes and discover the world of food and beer pairing. Learn new ways to use beer and beer ingredients in your cooking and do it all with a cold brew in hand. This is Beer Country’s Beer. Food. Fire.
Ultimate Braai Master host and chef Bertus Basson shares recipes from his personal and national heritage in his first cookbook, Homegrown.
The book is a celebration of being South African and how embracing his roots has influenced Bertus as a chef, as many of his signature recipes are inspired by his Afrikaans origins. Homegrown also explores how other distinctly South African tastes and flavours have impacted his cooking, influencing his unique take on fine dining for his award-winning restaurants.
The book is filled with stunning photographs and delectable recipes such as Snoek with Apricot Glaze, Beer Braised Pork Belly, Spice Rub for Braaied Brisket, Charred Octopus with Gnocchi and Nasturtium Paste, Tamatie Frikkadels, Koeksister Ice Cream, and Milk Tart Soufflé. These recipes are easy to prepare and are made with fresh, local ingredients.
Locally, many cookbooks focus on regions or regional cuisines such as Durban curry or Cape Malay. This book presents a different trajectory – it is about South African curry. It includes recipes from citizens from all walks of life, across the length and breadth of South Africa.
You will find recipes for korma, Vindaloo, masala, and xacuti made with seafood, lamb, beef, tripe and even goat. From fiery, strong curries to curries with a subtle flavour.
The city of Durban, once known as Port Natal, is the third largest city in South Africa, the largest in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, and the largest port in Africa. It is a melting pot of African, European and Asian cultures, and is often used as a springboard for trips to the Drakensberg mountain resorts, the historical battlefi eld sites and the province’s abundant game parks.
Its rich, multicultural heritage is refl ected in the foods that are to be found throughout the city, from spicy, aromatic Indian cuisine and fi sh and seafood to dishes infl uenced by the Portuguese, Zulu nation and British. Tastes of Durban is a celebration of these foods that can be savoured here while on a visit and then recreated once you return home.
This is an African cookbook that takes inspiration from all over the world, highlighting specific African regions and food cultures. The book features North, East, South and West African cuisine as well as the Middle Eastern, South East Asian and European recipes that have influenced and sculpted the food scene in South Africa over centuries.
Nico Verster compiled this recipe book to capture the essence of African food. He was inspired by traditional recipes but has added his own signature twist to each dish. This book highlights the modern diversity in the current gastronomic scene and reminds you why you love Africa.
With stunning photography from award-winning Jo Dreyer, the recipes will inspire you to make your own stocks, spice mixes, chutneys and sauces that can be used with an array of local dishes, as well as give you simple tips on making the most delicious cakes and desserts.
FALASTIN is a love letter to Palestine, the land and its people; an evocative collection of over 110 unforgettable recipes and stories from the co-authors of Jerusalem and Ottolenghi: The Cookbook , and Ottolenghi Simple.
Travelling through Bethlehem, East Jerusalem, Nablus, Haifa, Akka, Nazareth, Galilee and the West Bank, Sami and Tara invite you to experience and enjoy unparalleled access to Sami's homeland. As each region has its own distinct identity and tale to tell, there are endless new flavour combinations to discover.
The food is the perfect mix of traditional and contemporary, with recipes that have been handed down through the generations and reworked for a modern home kitchen, alongside dishes that have been inspired by Sami and Tara's collaborations with producers and farmers throughout Palestine.
With stunning food and travel photography plus stories from unheard Palestinian voices, this innovative cookbook will transport you to this rich and complex land.
So get ready to laden your table with the most delicious of foods – from abundant salads, soups and wholesome grains to fluffy breads, easy one-pot dishes and perfumed sweet treats – here are simple feasts to be shared and everyday meals to be enjoyed. These are stunning Palestinian-inspired dishes that you will want to cook, eat, fall in love with and make your own.
In Boerekos with a twist, Annelien Pienaar gives a delectable twist to the simple, nourishing home cooking that was made in your mother, grandmother and grandmother’s kitchens. Each of these 140 recipes for soups, sauces, vegetables, meat, desserts and pastries has been thoroughly tested and continues the “recipe-with-a-lesson” concept that has made Annelien’s BoereKosTwist blog and Facebook page an unprecedented social media success. Throughout the book, she helps readers to master basic kitchen skills and shares useful advice, shortcuts and substitutes that will help even beginners gain confidence, and save time and money in the kitchen.
As an expert in food sciences, owner of a cooking school, farmer, working mother and blogger, Annelien knows exactly what cooks and nutritionists need now: a compact 21st century Cook & Enjoy for busy people.
This book is also available in Afrikaans HERE
Jan Braai issued a crowdsourcing call in early 2017, and the response from the South African public was overwhelming – from the hundreds of entries received, Jan Braai has curated, tested and included over 80 favourite South African braai recipes. Each entry tells the story of how the recipe came about, why it is special – and of course celebrates the diversity of shisanyama available in South Africa. Shisanyama literally means ‘to burn meat’ in Zulu, and refers to the act of coming together to cook meat on an open fire.
Discover Mzansi favourites such as Bacon Bombs, Baby Back Ribs, Breakfast Pizza, Chakalaka, Brandy & Coke Short Rib, Red Curried Black Mussels, Corn Bread, Mustard Ice-cream with T-Bone Steak, Thokoza Park Chuck, Watermelon Salad and Lamb Jaffles, with loads of other treasured recipes.
67 of South Africa's finest cooks, chefs, gardeners, bakers, farmers, foragers and local food heroes let us into their homes - and their hearts - as they share the recipes they make for the people they love.
Each recipe is accompanied by stunning original photography that captures the essence of our beautiful country.
Featuring over 130 recipes, from tried and true classics to contemporary fare, The Great South African Cookbook showcases the diversity and creativity of South Africa's vibrant, unique food culture.
In Boerekos met ’n twist gee Annelien ’n kwyllekker kinkel aan die eenvoudige, voedsame huiskos wat jou ma, ouma en oumagrootjie gemaak het. Dié 140 familieresepte vir soppe, souse, groente-, vleis- en nageregte én gebak en spenstreffers is getoets, bevat g’n vreemde bestanddele nie en sit die “resep-met-’n-les”-konsep voort wat haar gelyknamige blog en Facebookblad so 'n sosialemediasukses maak. Boerekos met 'n twist kan beskryf word as 'n kompakte 21ste-eeuse Kook en Geniet vir besige mense.
Hierdie boek is ook beskikbaar in Engels HIER
Annelien se kookboek-program begin op VIA, DStv kanaal 147 vanaf 9 April 2018 om 18:00.
The Classic South African Cookbook is exactly that – classic home cooking for South Africans the way they eat now. In line with the country’s diverse cultures, which often blend more harmoniously in the kitchen than in any other sphere of life, this book is a kaleidoscope of our modern lifestyle with influences from grandma’s kitchen, popular Mediterranean cuisine, as well as both Indian and African culture. But no matter what your roots may be, this book sets a foundation for good, honest, carefree home cooking, incorporating all the well-loved and familiar favourites. The more than 170 recipes have been refi ned to guarantee mouth-watering results, no matter your skill level. Only fresh and locally available ingredients are used, while the various techniques are carefully explained – a real boon to those just setting out on their culinary journeys. Best of all, every recipe is accompanied by a full-colour photograph.
JAN: My Franse Kosverhaal is ’n gedenkskrif en feesviering wat voortspruit uit JAN – die welbekende restaurant in die suide van Frankryk.
Dié restaurant is ’n vertoonstuk van die tradisionele Suid-Afrikaanse gasvryheid wat begin het op ’n plaas in die Suid-Afrikaanse platteland en voortvloei na die glansryke Franse Riviera. JAN, tans ’n eenster-Michelin-restaurant, het bewys dat drome waar kan word en dat jy eenvoudige bestanddele in ’n meesterstuk kan omskep wanneer jy jou passie uitleef. Elke hoofstuk weerspieël die stemming en inspirasie van die disse wat by JAN voorgesit word.
Die versameling van meer as 90 resepte strek van plaaslikgebakte brode, amuse bouche en watertandhoofdisse van vleis of vis, tot by die maaltye wat sjefs ná ’n lang werkdag in die warm kombuis geniet.
MapStudio’s new release, World Atlas of Food, a compilation of over 100 countries and includes a world of flavours. We present to you, from every continent on the globe (excluding Antarctica) the essence of traditions, food styles and flavours comprising of elements that serve to make a country unique. World Atlas of Food is a journey of the senses, offering armchair travel into the kitchen of six continents.
The Giggling Gourmet, Jenny Morris, uniquely captures the aromas and flavours of each specific country through her recipes. You are invited to experience the real taste sensations. The most traditional local dishes and drinks are also listed, providing insight into ingredients, flavours, herbs and spices while giving you an intimate understanding of food and its significance in 100 nations. You learn about specific national and traditional dishes, mealtime and social customs, how food styles have been influenced by other cultures and the symbolic role foods play in celebrations and festivals. A brief summary is provided of the salient facts and figures pertaining to each nation, plus a short analysis of the way agriculture furnishes grains, vegetables and fruits to the people of the land.
The book is a travel journey taking you on a culinary experience in a world of sensations, and a must-have for any food lover.
75 fail-proof recipes for pizza, focaccia, and calzone from the world's most trusted and bestselling Italian cookbook series. Making pizza at home has never been easier!
Italian Cooking School's Pizza teaches everything you need to know about making not just fresh pizzas but foccacia, calzones, and savory pies at home. With the illustrated step-by-step instructions, readers learn to make basic pizza dough and classic pizza dishes such as a Margarita, Neopolitan, Quattro Formaggi, and so many more. Readers build their cooking repertoire as they progress through the books, building confidence with simple recipes at the start and advancing to more challenging dishes. The Italian Cooking School series is designed for modern cooks to prepare healthy, delicious, and authentic recipes in their own home. Ideal for cooking novices, each book in the series features illustrated instructions for basic techniques and a collection of 75 Italian recipes to keep readers inspired.
From the publisher of The Silver Spoon, the most influential and bestselling Italian cookbook of the last 50 years.
My Cape Malay Kitchen is Cariema Isaacs’s heartfelt and poignant account of the extraordinary relationship between herself and her father and how that was reflected in their shared passion for food and cooking.
She recollects all of the dishes they cooked and ate together, and shares her childhood memories of growing up in Bo-Kaap (the Cape Malay Quarter in Cape Town), lending insight into the culture, religious ceremonies and family events that have shaped the Cape Malay community into what itis today. But My Cape Malay Kitchen is also a book about flavourful food, richly spiced curries, indulgent cakes and decadent desserts.
Cariema's refreshing approach to food showcases many of the much-loved Cape Malay vintage recipes as well as a selection of modern dishes, and is ideal for anyone who needs a little inspiration in the kitchen.
Crisp light, a profusion of wild flowers, and an astonishing choice of fresh produce – it is spring in the medieval village of Charroux in the Allier department of France, where Marlene van der Westhuizen invites you to steal a glimpse into the inner workings of her fiftieth cooking class.
Along with 80 new recipes (including Fillets de sole Bonne Femme, Early Autumn chicken and Apple blinis) follow Marlene and her class as they lift the veil on the understated glamour of French country cooking, eating and living.
Learn how to navigate food markets, bargain for beautiful antiques, cook and present glorious meals, and enjoy every aspect of life in a French village with grace and charm. Then start saving to join Marlene in France yourself …
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