This must be close to the most decadent dessert on earth. It’s a chocoholic’s dream and so easy to make. It’s fabulous for impressing a partner or completely self-indulgent nights on the couch.
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.
This open sarmie with caramelised onions, roasted tomatoes and lamb steak is so tasty and incredibly easy. Perfect for a light dinner or lazy Saturday lunch.
At a dinner party last weekend, these incredible chilli and garlic roast potatoes blew us away. There wasn’t a morsel left for seconds! I fluttered my eyelids at the host and managed to get the recipe for you.
As any foodie would, when I’m down in the dumps, I cook. And whenever I need a little cheering up, I make this magical Italian Bolognese that returns my world to a happy place.
Sweet, sticky skuinskoek are a speciality of Williston – a tiny dorp in the Karoo – and the Hantham areas. They’re named after the diagonal shape that they’re cut into.
While on my Karoo food safari, we had dinner at Die Blou Nartjie in Calvinia. After a scrumptious lamb pie Kani McGregor tempted me with her mother’s milk tart. Who could refuse? It was incredible!
If you’ve ever wondered what nasty ingredients those food manufacturers throw in your McDonalds or KFC burger or chicken nuggets, click below and you’ll likely think twice before ingesting one!
There’s more to Italian back-streets than pizza and pasta, calzoni are part of the picture too! These folded-over pizzas ooze with delicious fillings that are only limited by your imagination.
Whoever tells me that a tomato-based pasta sauce is a quick and easy thing to make deserves a slap!
Having spent a few months in the Austrian alpine winter, I maintain there’s nothing quite like a pot of Glhwein to chase away the chill. Don’t just leave it to the snow-bound nations, why not make it yourself?