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Chef Garth Shnier Joins Legacy

Chef Garth Shnier at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort in Namibia

Internationally qualified chef,  Garth Shnier has joined Legacy Hotels and Resorts at the Windhoek Country Club and Resort in Namibia. For more than 30 years, Chef Garth Shnier has been the maestro behind many fantastic dishes experienced in some of ...

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The Fine Art of Degustation

Food Degustation

Conceptualising, preparing and serving a beautiful plate of food is an art in its own right but the actual taste is the real pièces de résistance. A food phenomenon that has become quite synonymous in trendy restaurants as well as ...

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An Ode to the Durban Curry

If you can read this whole story without laughing then you’ve probably never tasted a real Durban curry. I was crying by the end… This witty narration is probably fictional – it was doing the email rounds back in 2008, ...

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Stellenbosch at Summer Place 2016

Jozi’s premier lifestyle soiree to showcase exciting new talent Wednesday, 26 October 2016 Johannesburg’s glitterati will soon gather for one of the City of Gold’s premier lifestyle events when Stellenbosch at Summer Place returns to Hyde Park on October 26. ...

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Organic Food for Conscious Conferencing

By Des Lamgkilde As GMO (genetically modified organism) food concerns continue to be a top priority for the general public, the demand for organic food is growing, but are professional conference organisers taking advantage of this trend when planning catering ...

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African Cuisine

By Bennet Otoo According to Abraham Maslow’s theory of needs, food is one of the very basic necessities of life. So basic that inadequate intake or a complete absence of food causes various health problems or in extreme cases, death. ...

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Food in Tourism Marketing

By Dr. Peter E. Tarlow There is little doubt that food is a major part of the tourism experience.  Because eating is an essential part of living, food or culinary tourism has a broad base of appeal.  In fact, often ...

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