Although this recipe is a tad longer than what I usually post, it is so good that you won't mind spending those extra few minutes preparing it. Plus, the heap of veggies in the dish will definitely convince you!
A firm favourite in our household, we love chicken wings in any form – baked, fried, in soup, on the braai. What makes it a real winner is how fast it cooks, making it perfect for those “I only have 30min until dinner time” days
A quick and easy dish for those nights that you need to get dinner going while consoling your toddler, feeding the baby and praying that hubby hurries up and come home….
My family loves spice, and we love soup. So in this recipe I decided to combine the two! A spicy soup rich with the flavours of the middle East – chilli, masala, coconut, ginger…. Ooh how I am drooling just thinking of it! Chicken absorbs the flavours without adding another layer, plus the protein gained … Continue reading Spicy Chicken Coconut Soup with Baked Ginger
Healthy eating is not very child-friendly, not in today’s world were convenience, cost, and status dictates what goes on our plates. So to make it easier, here are my top 10 tips to making better food choices for your kids, and to get them to actually eat the food.
I like to entertain. If I have to choose 3 things to do the rest of my life, it would be something where I am surrounded with people who has to be fed or entertained. Or both. Oh and wine and G&Ts will have to feature as well…. Anyway, my point – I love having people over, making them feel at home and allowing them to relax. And I think I am kind of good at it. Our parties always start early, and go on way later than other people’s. We don’t invite you over for a meal, usually it stretches over 2 meals or at least a meal and a very substantial snack. The upside – lots of smiling friends and family, meeting new people and remembering why they love the old ones. The downside – serious drain on our budget. Even if we approach it as a “bring-and-braai” it still costs a few bucks to have a nice salad and side dish, ice, good coffee with actual milk (no plastic milk in our house), and all those extras that inevitably end up being provided for by the hosts. But because we love entertaining so much, we have learned a few tips over the years to make it kinder on your pocket while getting lots of compliments for our efforts.