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Lentil Bobotie

This is surprisingly an amazing dish, and super healthy too. As you may know, I am always on the look out for new and inventive ways to use beans and pulses, given that they are cheap and filled with goodness. 437 more words

Healthy

Take the Biscuit

This week I attended the Johannesburg launch of Gabeba Baderoon’s Regarding Muslims: From Slavery to Post-Apartheid. In it, she traces the long history of the representation of Muslims in South Africa, arguing that this is crucial to understanding how ideas around race and sexuality, for instance, have changed over time in this country. 930 more words

History

South Africa: Cape Malay Tomato Bredie

South African cuisine is richly influenced by its diversity of culture. European cooking (Dutch, English, French and German) was incorporated through the early settlers of the country who brought their own cuisine with them and adapted the recipes to the ingredients available in South Africa. 430 more words

Cuisine

It's Not South African Food, But It's Delicious

As I mentioned at some point during this month, if you asked me to describe South African food, I would have quite a bit of trouble. 306 more words