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Review: An Imperfect Blessing

First published on The Con Mag link

To read Nadia Davids’ debut novel, An Imperfect Blessing, is to understand more about the “coloured” community in Cape Town, through the prism of one family, in the years leading up to South Africa’s democracy. 1,065 more words

Cape Malay & Other Delights Cookbook

You are cordially invite…

Cape Malay & Other Delights Cookbook Launch by Salwaa Smith

Cost of my cookbook ONLY – R199 + Postage
3 course Cape Malay meal + a signed copy of my cookbook R250… 245 more words

Cape Malay

The skyline of central Bangkok

The skyline of central Bangkok and the Chao Phraya river are seen during sunrise in Bangkok, Thailand.

World

District Six Eatery

Do yourself a favour and book a table at the D6 eatery in Emmarentia. I was lucky enough to eat there this week with my supper club. 264 more words

Johannesburg

In Abieda’s Kitchen – A Cape Malay lunch, South Africa

Cape Malay cuisine is the prime example of South Africa’s multicultural kitchen. It draws on a rich heritage stretching centuries back to the Far East and middle Europe, but is today firmly rooted in the brightly coloured neighbourhood of Bo Kaap in central Cape Town. 532 more words

African Bites

Fish Breyani

Fish Breyani – Cape Malay Cooking & Other Delights – Salwaa Smith

Serves 6

3 cups long grain rice

1 ½ cups frozen mixed vegetables… 284 more words

Cape Malay