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Easter means hot cross buns

hotcross-t Quick! What do you get if you pour hot water down a rabbit hole? Hot, cross bunnies. Well, the halal certification of hot cross buns by Woolworths has had a similar effect on some sectors of the Christian community.  A number of hot, cross Christians took the retailer to task last week over the issue...

By Norman McFarlane 06 April 2012 Read Article


On ethical consumption

recipe-28-03-2012-T You may or may not have seen the Independent On-Line news report last week about an SPCA raid on a duck farm in Lichtenberg in North West Province. Acting on a tip-off, SPCA inspectors raided the farm, and confiscated an undisclosed number of Muscovy ducks which were being force-fed to produce pâtè de foie gras.

By Norman McFarlane 30 March 2012 Read Article

Ah … pizza

Pizza05-T Just down the road from home we have a take-out pizza joint. They know how to make thin crust pizza, and they also know how to cook it just right.A recent visit to Mulderbosch for the launch of its revamped tasting room, revealed that one of the upgrades is the installation of the pizza oven – and on the day, lunch consisted of sublime pizza.

By Norman McFarlane 23 March 2012 Read Article

From roast beef to sarmies

recipMAR14-t There is something about a combination of chicken and prawn that just sends my taste buds into orbit, and with summer still with us for a short time, I thought a salad using these two ingredients would be a great idea.It’s easy to make a salad like this quite a yawn, so the one component that needs attention to avoid that, is the marinade that you make up for the chicken.

By Norman McFarlane 24 February 2012 Read Article

From roast beef to sarmies

recipeFEB22-T The advantage of roasting a particularly large hunk of beef, in this particular instance sirloin, means that you will have ample leftovers for cold roast beef sarmies. Other than the beef, which must of course be sliced wafer thin, you'll need your preferred garnishes, like sliced onion, tomato and lettuce, and of course, one or more condiments.

By Norman McFarlane 24 February 2012 Read Article

The quintessential roast beef

Roast-Beef-01-t When mighty Roast Beef was the Englishman’s food. It ennobled our brains and enriched our blood. Our soldiers were brave and our courtiers were good. Oh! the Roast Beef of old England, And old English Roast Beef!

By Norman McFarlane 17 February 2012 Read Article

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