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Moorish Seafood Risotto with Freekeh

Date: 24/08/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

This Moorish Seafood Risotto made with wholgrain freekeh and a mouth-watering array of seafood combines mindful eating with mindblowing flavour. Exactly what Dennis Molewa and Myles Heneke of Molewa's Kitchen are known for. Scrumptious...

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Lamb Ahkni

Date: 24/08/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

Basmati takes a back seat with Fatima Sydow's freekeh take on traditional Lamb Ahkni. This slow-cooked, flavourful Cape Malay classic is enhanced by the nutty, wholesome flavour of this superfood and ancient...

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Freekeh Flapjacks

Date: 24/08/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

Yes, we're using 'flapjacks' and 'superfood' in the same sentence because chef Vanessa Marx has kindly blended super nutritious freekeh into your favourite lazy weekend breakfast. Served with dollops of butter and honey. Freekeh flapjacks...

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Chicken Pastilla with Freekeh and Almonds

Date: 24/08/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

Dianne Bibby's Chicken Pastilla with Freekeh, Apricots and Almonds is a Moroccan sweet and savoury meat pie that pays tribute to this ancient grain's Eastern origins. Baked in filo pastry, a slice of this pastilla served with a salad of grapefruit...

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Freekeh Autumn Harvest Salad

Date: 22/08/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

As chief copy editor and food editor of Women's Health, Amy Hopkins Rankin embodies all things fresh, fit and delicious. Her jewel-toned Autumn Harvest Salad with roasted cauliflower, persimmons and pine nuts is bursting with texture and flavour and...

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La Perruche Pure Cane Sugar

Date: 25/07/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

La Perruche is an exquisite addition to any home. Pure and tropical, these rough cut cubes originate from Reunion Island where sugar cane of the highest quality is produced. Savoring the scents and flavors of the tropical gardens. Relatively new...

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Spherification Made Easy

Date: 15/06/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

Spherifi - What? Spherification is the culinary process of changing liquid into spheres that resemble Roe. This is normally done using sodium alginate and either calcium chlorate or calcium glucate lactate. It all sounds very complicated and...

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Angel Hair Chilli – The Perfect Pantry Partner

Date: 03/06/16 | Author: admin | Topic: Angel Hair Chilli Chilli garnishing trifco

Exotic, Beautiful and Versatile Angel Hair Chilli is an absolute winner and something we feel should be in every foodies pantry. Produced by shredding and then drying whole long chilli’s, they resemble a longer strand of Saffron. This being...

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Blog – Rebirth

Date: 02/06/16 | Author: admin | Topic:

a Blog with no voice.. Regular visitors to our website will have noticed our blog, and while there are a few posts, its not nearly as active as we would like it to be. This is because we have been developing our brand on social media and making...

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Lakrids Liquorice

Date: 20/01/16 | Author: admin | Topic: imported lakrids new product quality

by Johan Bülow Lakrids Liquorice was born of a great idea and the dedication to want to do something different. Johan needed to make a living, but he wanted to do something from the heart. He loved liquorice and felt that a whole new world of...

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Freekeh Fever

Date: 30/11/15 | Author: admin | Topic:

What is Freekeh? Freekeh (pronounced "free-ka") is a super food. It is an ancient grain first mentioned in an early 13th century cook book. It is high in nutrition and has many health benefits. The grains are harvested while still young, green and...

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Tips on Food and Wine Pairing

Date: 27/10/15 | Author: admin | Topic:

Most people find food and wine pairing to be quite intimidating, although I find it to be very dependant on the individuals tastes. However if you are matching the food and wine and it tastes well balanced to you its always a good choice. When...

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