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Marylou Newdigate’s Garden Route trail

Marylou Newdigate, who lives in Knysna with her husband, Bruce Botha, shares her Green Route.

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‘We moved to Knysna in 2002 because we felt Cape Town was overcrowded and congested and we sensed it was only going to become more so over the years.

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Employee Spotlight: Ryan Krystoploski

January’s Employee Spotlight is Ryan Krystoploski, he is someone who I have a great bond with.  Ryan first joined EVOO in 2010, soon after we moved to Kendall Square; while he was still in culinary school and not yet old enough to drink.  627 more words

Leigh Brown plants SEED for the future

Leigh Brown is the founder of SEED, an award-winning Public Benefits Organisation that contributes to city-wide resilience through programs that connect unemployed township youth with green work opportunities.

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What is Eating Clean?

Eating clean has become a trendy term. You may have heard me talk about how I’ve cleaned up my diet. Not quite sure what it means? 445 more words

Eat Local: Luke, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

After a morning walk of more than 10,000 steps in the French Quarter (see our previous blog post “New Orleans, Louisiana, USA”), we then headed off to eat brunch at Luke (restaurant), just west of the Quarter. 288 more words

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The Philosophy of Salads

Company is coming for dinner. Which means spaghetti (to keep cooking simple), and a huge salad in the style of a “certain Italian chain restaurant” (which is not so simple). 348 more words


Winter Grapefruit and Avocado Salad

When I first saw the recipe for this colorful winter salad in the cookbook, Southern My Way–Simple Recipes, Fresh Flavors by Gena Knox, I knew I had to make it.   249 more words