Ditch your hot-water bottle and slippers and warm your belly at these cosy country kitchens around South Africa.
Blog posts: Food
Find out what’s in the pot and discover exciting new tastes, exotic food culture, recipes, restaurants and wine. If you enjoy the culinary delights from all across africa be sure to pop in to the food section of Getaway. From reviews of new restaurants to the uncovering of delightful new delicacies there will be a morsel for you here. If you are a future chef or just a hungry traveller be sure to check back here as often as possible.
From Cheddar and Edam to Gruyere and chèvre, cheese hits a certain note that makes us feel good inside. Several cheeseries across the Cape Winelands offer a wide selection of cheeses and if you like you can try making your own.
If you’re looking for more than just ham and cheese sandwiches for your next lunch break, check out these top places to go for lunch in Johannesburg.
Boerewors, braai wors, wors. It’s all just sausage, right? That’s what we thought. Turns out it’s not that simple. Terence Pillay investigated what’s really in that wors you’re about to throw on the braai.
I’d like to suggest you visit a spot that you won’t find on the usual lists: Churchill House. Part cafe, part antique shop, it’s a quaint, modestly grand spot that’s full of Italian hospitality.
National Braai Day (24 September) is just around the corner and it’s time to sort out the braai menu for the big event. Here’s our pick of our favourite braai recipes, from burgers to deluxe boerewors.
Atlantic Rail has been taking day-trippers on steam-powered outings to Simon’s Town for years, and as of late August 2014 a new route has opened into the Stellenbosch Winelands.
We tested seven instant cappuccinos for our September issue: watch the video to find which one is the ultimate winner.
Sundays are not the same for me if there isn’t a hunk of meat coming out of the oven, so I went in search of places to enjoy a good old Sunday roast.
This springbok wellington served with parsnip purée, baby root vegetables and a red wine jus from the Lord Milner in Matjiesfontein will be worth the effort!