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What to really expect in Bali

Traveling is always an adventure, but this trip is one that will hold some of my most special memories yet. My fiancé and I visited Bali and Hong Kong in May. This was our first overseas trip together and it was one we had anticipated for a little over five months. We departed an icy… Continue reading What to really expect in Bali

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Five must do’s in Bali

Bali is a little tropical delight off the southern coast of Indonesia. Surrounded by the warm Indian Ocean it is a perfect exotic getaway if you’re looking to unplug and unwind completely. You might be the sort of traveller who seeks out adrenaline filled activities, or you might prefer curling up with a book under… Continue reading Five must do’s in Bali

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Expert chefs on the exciting food industry, trends, and going organic

Chefs, Reuben Riffel and James Khoza, are two high profile names in the industry. I recently caught up with them at a food and hospitality trade show in Johannesburg and it seems the industry is en route to be more innovative and serve up even more talent! Sampling freshly baked croissants, savouries, cocktails and coffees,… Continue reading Expert chefs on the exciting food industry, trends, and going organic

Articles · Comfort Food · Videography · Wine & Dine

Behind the scenes: Foodtrucking through Jozi

This article is a peak into the quirky and interesting things I learn behind the scenes... Food trucks are a fairly new concept on the South African food scene, but over the last three years, the trend has boomed in some of the country's largest cities. Cape Town is originally synonymous with the trend and… Continue reading Behind the scenes: Foodtrucking through Jozi

Restaurant cuisine · Videography · Wine & Dine

From the brink of closure to fine dining and gourmet cakes

I recently filmed a feature on the dynamic bistro, Café Hemingways. From the moment I stepped into the restaurant, I was transported to a different era and I knew this was going to turn out well. More than fancy food and delicious drinks, this place has something special going on. They have mastered an era… Continue reading From the brink of closure to fine dining and gourmet cakes

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Disney makes its first visit to SA to promote ‘Descendants 2’

It was a night of fanfare and Disney magic as hundreds of exuberant children and their parents filled Montecasino’s Il Grande Cinema earlier this week for the première of the Disney original movie Descendants 2. The scene was set as any glamorous movie premier would have it – with a red carpet, flashing cameras and plenty… Continue reading Disney makes its first visit to SA to promote ‘Descendants 2’

Comfort Food · Restaurant cuisine · Wine & Dine

It’s a Foodie’s World: My night in secret Napoli

There’s a restaurateur about the city who calls himself The Secret Jozi Chef, and after spending a delightful evening with him and 19 other guests, I believe he should be a secret no more. Paul Maciel recently opened The Cookery beneath his Italian restaurant Pronto, which is located at The Colony on Jan Smuts Avenue.… Continue reading It’s a Foodie’s World: My night in secret Napoli

Restaurant cuisine · Wine & Dine

It’s a Foodie’s World: Kitchen Party

Young professionals generally don’t start their careers high up on the corporate ladder. During a recent conversation with an intern friend of mine, I realised that an entry-level salary can really constrain one’s eating habits, but it can also force the true foodie to save for those winning dinners. I recently came across a food… Continue reading It’s a Foodie’s World: Kitchen Party

Comfort Food · Wine & Dine

It’s a Foodie’s World: Winter winners

“Winter is coming”, is probably one of the most famous Game of Thrones phrases, which any fan would pick up in an instant. The eagerly awaited HBO series has returned to SA screens and, with it, winter has arrived. Many of my friends who are considered “young professionals”, are trading their afternoon running shoes to… Continue reading It’s a Foodie’s World: Winter winners