Feature Friday Business – Mooliemarket: Handmade South African Jewelry

What do you do when you can't find a specific piece of jewelry (that doesn't cost an arm and a leg) to match an outfit that you'll be wearing to an important upcoming event? Well, if you're Dr. Karen Moolman you take matters in your own hands and make it yourself. Dr. Karen Moolman and … Continue reading Feature Friday Business – Mooliemarket: Handmade South African Jewelry

South African Amarula Fridge Tart: Dessert with Kick

Those of you who aren't South Africans are probably wondering what on earth Amarula is. Amarula is a cream liqueur made from the fruit of the Marula tree through a process of fermentation. The sacred, protected African Marula Tree only bears fruit for a short time in the hot summer months. The real challenge though, is … Continue reading South African Amarula Fridge Tart: Dessert with Kick

South African Food Scene: A List of Go-To Restaurants for Every Meal

If you’re visiting South Africa for the first time, figuring out where to eat can be a daunting task. But don’t fear, I’ve compiled a list of authentic and affordable South African restaurants for all of your daily food needs. From dinner to breakfast and coffee break to dessert, I’ve got you covered! Breakfast – … Continue reading South African Food Scene: A List of Go-To Restaurants for Every Meal

Feature Friday – Little Eden B&B: The Ultimate Relaxation Destination

If you're in desperate need of a weekend getaway that allows you to rest, relax, and restore your energy look no further than Little Eden Bed & Breakfast.   Little Eden B&B opened to the public in the fall of 2014 by South African emigrants, Francois and Maggie Van Eeden. Owning their own business was … Continue reading Feature Friday – Little Eden B&B: The Ultimate Relaxation Destination

South African Peppermint Crisp Tart: A Triple Threat Winning Recipe

I know what you're thinking, what on earth is a triple threat winning recipe? Well, it's simple: It's ALWAYS a crowd please and the first dessert that's finished (most of the time you're really mad about this because the longer a Peppermint Crisp sits in the fridge the better it gets.) It's extremely simple and … Continue reading South African Peppermint Crisp Tart: A Triple Threat Winning Recipe

Braai, It’s What We Do

With South Africa’s 11 official languages it can be difficult for people to communicate with one another. There is one word though that is known and understood across all of the national languages: Braai. What’s a braai you ask? A braai (pronounced ‘bry’), is the South African version of a barbeque, but to compare it … Continue reading Braai, It’s What We Do

How to Make South African Sausage Rolls

There's nothing better than biting into a freshly baked sausage roll.The best part is that they are incredibly quick and easy to make.  There's no surprise why it's known as one of the most popular snacks in South Africa (to find out what other foods make the list of best and most popular snacks check out … Continue reading How to Make South African Sausage Rolls

Top 10 Must Try Saffa Snacks

Biltong Biltong is South Africa’s version of beef jerky. Whether we are on the road, watching a Rugby or cricket match, hosting or attending a braai, or just relaxing at home, biltong is a staple snack that most if not all households enjoy. Unlike American jerky that is ground, formed into strips, and dehydrated, biltong … Continue reading Top 10 Must Try Saffa Snacks

Welcome to Savouring South Africa

I've recently been given the opportunity to start a blog campaign and I knew right away that a blog focusing on different aspects of South Africa was what I wanted to do. South Africa is one of those places that leaves a permanent mark on your soul. For those of you who've had the privilege … Continue reading Welcome to Savouring South Africa