Our kids grow at a ridiculous pace, so it’s no wonder they’re always hungry. They need the best fuel they can get during their formative years to grow up healthy and strong. The more kids snack on the good stuff, the less likely they’ll want to fill up on the not-so-healthy options. Their energy won’t spike and plummet with sugar highs and crashes, which means they’ll be able to keep up with the demands of their day - all thanks to the good food habits you are nurturing in them!
Charred chilli pineapple chunks drizzled with yoghurt and topped with roasted almond flakes. A simple yet deliciously Durban sweet and spicy treat.
Presenting the traditional Koesisters with a Montagu twist - Montagu Ginger twist, that is. The delicious ginger slices and zesty orange rind blend perfectly with the traditional spices. A must try!
The classic South African braaibroodjie with a spicy twist. Cheese, onion, tomato and homemade bunny chow peanut butter cooked on the braai until golden.
Do you also get that sudden urge to clean, clear out and declutter when Spring rolls around? Spring cleaning your home or your garage is great - by all means, go for it! But before you whip out the mops, cloths, buckets and brooms, how are the other areas of your life doing? It’s important to also take some time to focus on the things that often get neglected: our minds, our bodies, our work, our social lives, and our families. Spring cleaning your lifestyle all comes down to making small,...
Most of us don’t need much convincing that mangoes are amazing. Yet there has often been a bit of a battle between those who believe fresh is better and those who are big on the dried kind. So for the sake of peace, and the poor mangoes who are stuck in the middle, let’s settle the debate and go back to eating them in whichever form we prefer. Cool? Let’s do the Mango Tango! (whatever that means)