You’ve been braaiing mielies wrong your entire life. But don’t get mad – get even. Reuben Riffel is here to show you how to do it right.
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.
Think wine tastings and gourmet food are too poncey for you? So did Tyson Jopson, until he went to Robertson, where connoisseurs are gracious and barmen generous.
Stuck for a dinner date or just sick of the same old haunts? Try these unusual places to eat in Johannesburg.
Mondays are about to get a whole lot brighter! These awesome eateries are not only open on a Monday, but also have a Monday special offer.
Chile is a country with a flourishing food, wine and beer culture, and it’s brimming in new-found confidence. I tasted my way around five areas of Chile: from ‘witch potatoes’ on Chiloé Island to artisanal beer brewing in Valparaíso. Here’s why now is the perfect time for foodies to visit Chile.
There are over 100 activities at the Knysna Oyster Festival and the 10-day programme is jam-packed with things to do. From oysters to hikes, marathons to canoe polo and bands to comedy shows, here’s my top eight festival-things-to-do.
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.
Festivals always cost more money than you think they will, with fuel, accommodation, meals and ticket prices: here are some suggestions for things to do at the Knysna Oyster Festival that won’t break the bank.
This delicious veggie burger, made from roasted cauliflower and spiced with dukkah, is a welcome vegetarian alternative to a grilled black mushroom on a bun.
Festivals always cost more money than you expect: here are some suggestions for places to eat and drink at the Knysna Oyster Festival that won’t break the bank.