Tag Archives: cured meats

Spice Route…..

  One of my problems up until now has been the ability to show people all the products I make. My customers stock different parts of my range but none have the full range. Up until now that is. If … Continue reading

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V Day……..

I've never been accused of being romantic, nor have I been described as a volatile and reckless person, however I do enjoy a bit of romance, special food (obviously) and hard as it might be to believe I do experience … Continue reading

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The Great Nitrate Debate….

  One of the questions I get asked most often is wether or not I use nitrates in the curing of my meats. It is a very controversial subject and I will try to put as many facts together in … Continue reading

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A Castles Secrets……

  I have a cooking cousin, Claudia Cabri aka Miss Lunch who lives in Paris (the French one) and runs a cooking school, restaurant, writes cookbooks and is also an artist. She has Sundays off too, would you believe unless … Continue reading

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Um…..

My favourite show in the calendar is soon upon us. The Food Wine Design will be held this year from the 7th to 10th November at Hyde Park Shopping Centre. Organiser Ross Douglas, ably assisted by a team of super … Continue reading

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Wagyuing the Dog……

While I had every intention of posting this week, this blog post was ensured by the strike, march and protest action currently taking place in Du Noon. A lack of service delivery has finally sparked this disruption and access to … Continue reading

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Relish being an African…

This post is long overdue. One year ago nearly to the day I gave my first charcuterie course at African Relish in Prince Albert. Many of you will have been to this little gem of a Karoo town nestled below … Continue reading

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