Category: Pork

Macaroni and Cheese Cake

This Macaroni and Cheese Cake is one of the two recipes I made for the kykNET program Kook en Geniet that will be broadcast this Wednesday evening at 8pm. Kook en Geniet¬†is probably South Africa’s most iconic cookbook, first published in 1951 and has sold more than one million copies since then. kykNET commissioned a show looking at how the book has influenced and still influence people from various fields of the food world. I share my episode with my…

Bone Broth Ramen

This Bone Broth Ramen feels like a labour of love. Not a terribly complicated one (like love tends to be but that is a whole other story and post for an entirely different blog!) but it does take more than 24 hours to get to the end result. But the result is a nourishing bowl of goodness which is comforting and slurpily delicious.   I am also aware that I am taking a huge creative license in calling it Ramen…

Pork Cheek Ragu

I would like to think my timing for this Pork Cheek Ragu is pretty much perfect. We are slap bang in the middle of winter and delicious slow cooking has to be the order of the day. I am cooking in the nose-to-tail territory with the main ingredient being pork cheeks but I do hope that you will try it. I feel it is becoming more and more important that we use all parts of the animal at home (not…

Crumbed Pork with Apple Sage Mash

It is said that Franschhoek is the gourmet capital of South Africa, amongst stiff competition from neighbouring Stellenbosch and I think Bree Street in the Cape Town city centre can certainly give it a run for that title these days. Franschhoek is home to some top notch wine estates, beautiful small hotels and brimming with chefs creating world class meals at their restaurants. And one of those meals worth taking the car and getting to Franschhhoek is Chef Neethling of…

Boerewors Nachos

This Boerewors Nachos is one of the recipes featured in the past weekend’s Sunday Times Food Weekly. The brief was to create some delicious snacks to give the rugby fans something to cheer about. Even if the game might not be going their way. It is tasty, filling, cheesy, crunchy, colourful and I think does a good job at keeping everyone happy while watching the big game. I wanted to add a local flavour to this delicious snack and thought…

Pork Belly Kebabs

Another long weekend and your braai is going to love these Pork Belly Kebabs. And if you do not have the pleasure of a long weekend do keep these in your arsenal of dishes worth barbecuing. I think this is such an interesting twist on Pork Belly – the food trend which seems to continue unabated. Pork Belly and Cauliflower have probably doubled in price since it has become so fashionable to make and eat. These kebabs are delicious and…

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