12 Reasons you’ll love the November 2017 issue of Food & Home Entertaining

October 17, 2017

We love summer, and therefore we put together a spread that will make the most of the warmer weather. Here are more reasons you should buy the November issue of Food & Home Entertaining…

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1.     Summer has never tasted better

We’re using the season’s finest ingredients to create beautiful, summer dishes – perfect for enjoying under the South African sun.

2.     Celebrate World Vegan Day

World Vegan Day is celebrated on 1 November 2017. Our November issue is filled with plentiful recipes even the carnivores will love.

12 Reasons you’ll love the November 2017 issue of Food & Home Entertaining

3.     Scandinavian breakfasts

From home-made chicken liver pâté, to rye and buckwheat crumpets, we’re crushing on Scandinavian breakfasts in this issue.

4.     We’re celebrating the royal herb

We added basil, the royal herb, in 10 of our dishes – see if you can spot them.

12 Reasons you’ll love the November 2017 issue of Food & Home Entertaining

5.     Let’s get freekeh with ancient grains

Freekeh, flax, spelt, amaranth, buckwheat and bulgur – ancient grains are making and baking a comeback. Hein van Tonder heroes them in five dishes.

6.     A lion’s tale

Our copy ed, Anzelle Hattingh, visited Mhondoro Game Lodge in the Welgevonden Game Reserve (Waterberg), where guests can feed their mind, body and soul.

7.     Small village, big flavour

Stanford might be quaint, but this spot in the Overberg packs a mighty punch.

8.     The Mystique of Morocco

Jenny Handley took the winding road up the Atlas Mountains to find soothing solitude amidst buzzing market places.

9.     Use it or lose it

Fresh and vibrant, the versatility frozen peas old will ultimately leave you in awe!

12 Reasons you’ll love the November 2017 issue of Food & Home Entertaining

10.   Carb Curb

The Mediterranean style of eating is back in vogue – if we can say that about a diet. This healthy lifestyle incorporates the basics of nutritious, moderate eating – with a splash of flavourful olive oil and even a glass of red wine – among other elements that characterise the traditional culinary customs of countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea.

11.Slice of life

When Ariel Cohen turned vegan, his life turned around too. He tells us what influenced the birth of Free Food*, a gluten-, wheat-, sugar-, dairy-, preservative- and additive free diner and takeaway.


There are lots to win this month.

The writer of next month’s winning letter will walk away with 12 bottles of Graham Beck Brut Rosé, worth R1 860.

One lucky reader will win all 12 of the Breedekloof Makers collaboration’s chenin blancs, to the value of R1 880.

Five readers will each win a copy of On Vegetables by Jeremy Fox (Phaidon) from Exclusive books, worth R567.

Win with Tintswalo Atlantic: three readers and their partners stand a chance to win an overnight stay at this hidden Hout Bay gem, worth R10 780 per couple!

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