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JAN THE JOURNAL VOLUME 11
DECORATIVE OYSTER DUTCH WREATH
Sometimes, we have to indulge something just because it’s a thing of beauty. If it sounds weird to you, beetroot’s use in dessert is not at all unusual.
Who said chefs don’t take shortcuts? At home, it’s all about kicking back a bit instead of spending hours and hours in the kitchen.
Ever heard of a bobotie and rice chip? You have now! My new favourite starter.
This recipe is my swan song to winter. Depending on the year, you don’t always get artichokes by late winter, but when you do it’s an event!
I could never condone binge eating (and get away with it), but if you were to gobble up, say, five of these in one sitting, would it be so bad?
You might have heard of burnt butter, but have you ever tried making your own smoked butter?
If you’ve never heard of it, the doekpoeding is very similar to a fruit cake, but not as involved. It does boast one of the longest ingredients lists but it’s worth every rich mouthful of nostalgia!
Fish and chips always makes me feel like I’m on holiday. And although this dish isn’t exactly the same thing, it definitely gets its inspiration from the original seaside treat.
Embark with us on a culinary adventure and immerse yourself in a world of infinite creativity with JAN the Journal Volume 11.
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