My passion for food was developed at an early age, while growing up in the seaside village of Hout Bay. Classically French trained under British Chef of the Year (1982), Bill Stafford, I have been head chef of 3 critically acclaimed seafood restaurants and am a member of the Master Chefs of Great Britain and a Master Craftsman with the Craft Guild of Chefs. My African Volcano stall at the Maltby Street food market in Bermondsey every Saturday is a hit among foodies who can try a variety of peri peri-infused dishes like chicken prego rolls on homemade Portuguese bread and giant flame-grilled tiger prawns
This black pudding and scallops recipe combines traditional rustic cooking and high-end ingredients for a meal that takes your breath away.
Whether you want to start a meal with a light side or enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine, try our marinated tuna on samphire recipe.
Great meals sometimes need something special. This simple white asparagus velouté is the perfect simple starter for date night.
If it’s date night or an anniversary, you should be cooking this beautiful Dutch beef steak with mushroom sauce and a glass of red wine.
Have you ever wanted big slices of chocolate brownie? Try this dark chocolate and hazelnut torte with your next cup of coffee.
A proudly South African family dessert with a chocolaty twist. Try our Chocolate-Studded Malva Pudding with your family and friends this Sunday.
Chef Grant Hawthorne shares his version of the much-loved malva pudding from the heart of Cape Town.
There is something deeply satisfying about this French dessert as the apples, pastry and caramel together create a few mouthfuls of heaven.
This dessert is a lighter version of sticky toffee pudding and is a speciality from Cape Town.