This site is for orders to the United Kingdom and Europe. Click here to be taken to our home site.



News

3 Hero Salad Dressing Ideas

Posted by Julia Schaffer on

3 Heritage Day Salad Dressing Ideas Reposted from a South African Heritage Day blog in 2015! A lot has changed but I am still making these dressings. Good of you to volunteer to make the salad for this week’s Heritage Day Braai! With so many great mixed leaf salad options available, one could simply make the salad dressing the hero.   Here is a bit of inspiration.  Feta Herb Salad Sauce Throw everything in a glass jar with an opening big enough for a stick blender. Blend and seal. Keep in the fridge for up to a week. 1 ½ rounds herb...

Read more →


South African Braai Veggie Sprinkle

Posted by Julia Schaffer on

This blog post was originally featured on our South African website for South Africa's Heritage Day in 2019. Our community has grown!  Feature veggies on the fire this heritage day with this simple homemade vegetable seasoning. Your vegetarian and vegan friends will be thrilled that someone has finally made a veggie effort at what is typically a very meaty affair. The aim here is to not spend all day in the kitchen so it's easy and versatile veg sprinkles at the ready! Mix in a shaker if you have one - if not, a small bowl will do. Ingredients 1...

Read more →


5 Feng Shui Tips to Bring Calm to Your Home

Posted by Julia Schaffer on

Things a little crazy at your house? Interior designer, Deirdre Renniers shares with us 5 simple tips that you can do right now (or when you are ready) to bring peace and relaxation to your home. So let's take a deep breath and head over to our blog.

Read more →


Freshly Baked Bread Storage

Posted by Julia Schaffer on

Daily bread is daily for a good reason. Freshly baked bread isn't going to stay fresh without preservatives to prolong shelf life. Home-baked and artisanal breads are at their best for only a day or two, the way it was before sliced bread was the best thing! Whether you are enjoying making your own bread at home, or picking up a freshly baked baguette from the neighbourhood baker for the evening meal, the basics are the same. Bread should always be stored at room temperature, covered by something that will allow a little air to circulate so it doesn't grow...

Read more →


Eco-Easter Bunny Inspiration

Posted by Julia Schaffer on

The pressure mounts as grocery stores display stacks of individually wrapped and foiled Easter treats, packed in brightly printed boxes that are also covered in plastic. It's very tempting. That makes the Easter Bunny's job super easy. Tear it open, throw them around the backyard and hop on to the next task on the list.

Read more →