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Chicken chipolata, spinach and egg brunch

Lifestyle Section - Food


Sunday mornings often pose a challenge for breakfast, particularly if you’re inclined to be creative. After all, a Sunday morning should be a time to relax, gather your wits, kick back after a long, hard week and get out of bed as late as is humanly possible.

By Norman McFarlane 12 November 2014 Read Article


Broccoli, bean and bacon salad

Lifestyle Section - Food


A visit to Daniels Hoogte near Aurora two weeks back, to celebrate the birthday of dear friend, Danie Truter, saw Mrs M and I routing through Malmesbury on the way home. We’d left rather early, before breakfast, so a stop at the local Spar was de rigueur, in order to top up on calories.

By Norman McFarlane 05 November 2014 Read Article

Spiced guava and glühwein ice cream

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Imagine my delighted surprise when a package arrived which included all the ingredients to make the most decadent ice cream. The recipe is the creation of noted foodie Sarah Graham, and is intended to celebrate Two Oceans Shiraz, recently re-released in a rather sombre black livery.

By Norman McFarlane 29 October 2014 Read Article

Dreamy layered risotto

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A Food and Wine Affair will take place at Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West, on Saturday November 15 and Sunday November 16, where for R80 you’ll be able to experience an array of fine food designed to be enjoyed picnic-style or on the move, while sipping a glass of wine, or a local craft beer.

By Norman McFarlane 22 October 2014 Read Article

Tuna chickpea and avocado salad with lime garlic vinaigrette

Lifestyle Section - Food


With summer upon us, my thoughts turn to salads for lunch that will feed my need for protein, while at the same time, satisfying my love of crunch and texture with a bit of tartness.  Most salad ingredients typically are less than nutritious, consisting as they do, of largely water and cellulose fibre.

By Norman McFarlane 15 October 2014 Read Article

Haloumi and crispy bacon salad

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Daughter Alex recently moved into a cottage on Rustenburg estate in Stellenbosch. In the course of a few weeks, Mrs M and I made frequent weekend trips out to the cottage, to assist Alex with settling in. Quite naturally, Dad took a whole bunch of tools and equipment along, to take care of putting up curtain rails, creating hanging space, and generally doing the little bits and pieces that need to be done to make a home liveable.

By Norman McFarlane 08 October 2014 Read Article

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