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Flu-busting foods

Flu-busting foods

Your best defence against colds and flu this winter could be your food. Keep infections at bay with some of the following options. By Tanya Kovarsky  Recipe and styling by…

Japanese ingredients

Japanese ingredients explained

Ever wondered about the ingredients in Japanese food? Do you know what tofu is? And have you enjoyed miso before? Below is our guide on Japanese ingredients explained so you…

Okonomiyaki recipe

Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese savoury pancake that can contain anything from cabbage to wasabi to seafood. The name itself means ‘how you like’ or ‘what you like’, emphasising the…

Plant Asian greens

By Alice Spenser-Higgs Plant a medley of Asian greens. They’re zesty and flavourful, delicious in salads, stir-fried or steamed. Did you know, Asian or mustard greens are Brassicas (members…

Charred, grilled vegetables

Use a selection of vegetables (the more colourful the variety, the better) like thickly sliced red cabbage, whole peppers, whole spring onions and avocados. Brush the vegetables with oil…

Elizabeth David on Vegetables

(Penguin, R380) A collection of the late Elizabeth David’s favourite veggie recipes, from cobalt blue cabbages to beetroots of deep rose. Highlight: ‘Meaty’ recipes like ‘eggs with mushrooms and…

Remo’s Villiaggio

Durban: Remo’s Villiaggio

Umhlanga gets a serious dose of café culture with the quietly stylish Remo’s Villaggio. THE PLACE  The initial Remo’s opened in Mount Edgecombe in 2007 as a laid-back Italian…