Monthly Archives: September 2010

Global Kitchen: Recipe of the Week: Veg Bobotie

The New Internationalist is a great magazine I subscribe to that deals with all sorts of contemporary global issues relating to social justice (most recent issue has a focus on seeds). They have just started posting a recipe of the … Continue reading

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Banana and almond cake

On Saturday morning one of my favourite people called, and being in town for the morning, asked if she could pop over to say hello. She loves banana cake. I love baking way more than I like actually eating cake. … Continue reading

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Moung dhal

This is a favourite of ours and we often make this dhal with other curries such as the beans, more beans, and brinjal curries posted here. Its also very very easy. Ingredients: 1 cup moung (you could also use brown … Continue reading

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Bean and potato curry

Another quick bean curry, this time with potatoes. The main recipe I wanted to feature here is actually the moung dhal, but thought I would add the recipe for the beans as it differs slightly from the others I have … Continue reading

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Fresh pea, avo, haloumi and herb cous cous with lemon black bean dressing

The cous cous is finally finished! We threw this little salad together amidst last week’s baby madness. Ingredients: 1 cup wholewheat cous cous Bowl of freshly shelled peas 1 avo Rocket Parsley Haloumi Juice of half a lemon Sesame seeds … Continue reading

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Vanya’s Spanakopita (spinach and feta pie)

On my sister’s last night she cooked for us. Inspired by a friend’s recipe, she made a version of Spanakopita, which is a spinach pie. Spinach is in season at the moment and you can pick up 3 bunches from … Continue reading

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Bunny chow barometer

Bunny chows are quintessentially Durban. And they are one of my all time favourite things to eat. So, they are not great for the IBS, but fok they are delicious. Being vegetarian in Durban is a pleasure when one of … Continue reading

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