Kos en wyn

Resensies, artikels en kos-rubrieke vir fynproewers
Reviews, articles and food columns for foodies

Top 11 2011: Paul Murray's Top 11 Restaurants

Paul Murray 2011-12-15 Paul Murray listed his top dining experiences of 2011.

Occasions in demand

Susina Jooste 2011-12-15 The huge number of varieties and ingredients on supermarket shelves has changed our eating habits. Fresh salads, herbs and vegetables jostle for space with many local and exotic ingredients. Dishes that appear on our family tables and when we entertain  ...

Kom eet!: Hen en kuiken in dubbeldoorformaat

Peter Veldsman 2011-12-14 ’n Sterk, gesonde kuikentjie kan ’n mooi hennetjie of ’n rusverstorende Year-in-Provençe-rammetjie-uit-nek-haan word.

The Primi Wharf Trail

Paul Murray 2011-11-30 The experience of eating at Primi does not begin with Primi Wharf at the Waterfront. It goes back much, much further, to the time a great genius decided it was time to make a move. He is Nino and the Nino legend lives on.

Kos vir die kenner – ’n prikkel tot die wonderwêreld

Nanette van Rooyen 2011-09-22 Deur al my kinderjare het net twee ikone my kamermuur in die vorm van reuse-plakkate gehaal: Ludwig von Beethoven en C Louis Leipoldt.

Fotoblad: Protea Outeursfunksie

Naomi Bruwer Boeke en skrywers 2011-05-12

Protea se jaarlikse Outeursfunksie het Saterdag 7 Mei op Delheim plaasgevind.

Cook with 7de Laan will bring great delight to the lover of food and TV

Paul Murray 2011-03-01 Viewers of the popular soapie 7de Laan on SABC2 can really feel at home with the cookbook Cook with 7de Laan and can reconstruct the dishes they see in this TV programme in the comfort of their own kitchens. The seven main actors from the ...

A braai white season - an exposé of the soft underbelly of the Afrikaner

Christo Lombaard 2011-02-16 Christo Lombaard provides a tongue-in-cheek take on one of Afrikaans culture’s holy cows.  

Onthoukos deur Heleen Meyer

LAPA Uitgewers 2008-09-18 Onthoukos sal jou wys hoe om tradisionele Suid-Afrikaanse disse nes jou ma of ouma te kan maak.

The Coffee Trail

Paul Murray 2008-07-30 Lourensford Estate, Somerset West – Home to the Coffee Roastery It’s in the beans! That’s the "Bible" when it comes to coffee. They (the beans) give it the crema, and the vuma. Coffee is the new energy, tea rooms are ...

The C Louis Leipoldt Trail

Paul Murray 2007-12-12 C Louis Leipoldt is associated with Afrikaans poetry. One thinks of classics such as "Oktobermaand", or "In die konsentrasiekamp". This polymath, cum universal cum Renaissance man was a fine chef. While studying medicine at ...

The Eland Trail

Paul Murray 2007-11-06 The roads in the Karoo are dusty Driving out into the open, breathing clean air … these are becoming newly discovered features of the ancient Karoo. The ...

The Mamma Roma Trail

Paul Murray 2007-06-26 When you dine at Mamma Roma’s you can surely say Mamma Mia! Italians would exclaim the cooking is like Mamma’s – made with care and really nice. Like good Catholics they do not believe in cutting back on the number of Babba ...

My kitchen table: Early winter brings great joys and memories of childhood

Michael Olivier 2007-05-09 Early winter brings great joys and memories of childhood. Like memories of pomegranates, of which well-known South African poet Ingrid Jonker wrote, “laughter is like a split-open pomegranate.” Laughter was ours as we threw the ripe-red ...

My kitchen table: With the arrival of autumn ...

Michael Olivier 2007-04-12 I just love this early autumn weather - the extreme heat of the Cape summer is a thing of the past, leaving us with champagne days; April breezes kick up flurries of early dried leaves on the pavements; and there is dew on the lawn early in the ...

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue

Michael Olivier 2007-02-12 Thought I’d use the old saying for what a bride should wear as the basis for my story to you this time. 

My kitchen table: Old food, colourful food, great food

Michael Olivier 2006-07-07 With all the fashion for Asian food, fusion food and con-fusion food, there is something comforting about old food, colourful food and great food. I have been fortunate to have been exposed twice recently to one of the greatest of the old food ...