MY AT-HOME RECIPES
You don’t have to be a pastry chef to put together a glamorous high tea.
There are countless self-saucing puddings out there, but I’ve never come across a self-saucing rice.
Moules marinière is one of the most popular dishes in France. For this recipe, however, I took inspiration from Julia Child, who made her mussels with beurre blanc.
The day I mastered the consommé, I felt like a chef. To make a stock might seem like the easiest thing
Making pasta together never fails to get everyone stuck in.
For those who are not overfamiliar with the delights of the Cape, a Gatsby is a sub-like sandwich that starts off pretty innocently with
One of the first things I realised when I started exploring plant-based cooking more seriously was that there was this whole
Leg of lamb is a bit like a braaibroodjie. No, hear me out… To born and bred South Africans, the leg
There’s a touch of sophistication to marrow bones that I’ve always relished for the fact that it considers the entire animal.
As we start to think of our festive feasts – and gathering again – we’ll definitely be revisiting the classics, but
The recipes in Volume 7 of JAN the Journal have been inspired by each of the JAN destinations. With each course,
Sometimes, the only thing an old favourite needs is a makeover, and you’ve never seen a green bean stew like this
a fresh, naturally sweet and crunchy side that goes with just about anything. I can’t think of a better summer snack.
SUMMER IN A BOWL. Light, fresh and zesty!
For a chef – or anyone who lives for the infinite joys of food – it’s impossible not to be inspired
An effortless classic, perfect for the summer.
I’m back in a seriously wintry Nice after a glorious couple of weeks in sunny South Africa, so of course I’m
This easy summer snack is a marriage of nostalgia. Growing up in the Mpumalanga sun, watermelon was one of my ultimate
Few sweet treats put the cherry on top of a special occasion quite like a chocolate truffle. Its rich, luxurious, velvety
I’ve always believed that, no matter what shape or form, malva pudding must ooze with syrupy sweetness. Otherwise, what’s the point?
Most people think of rooibos strictly as a tisane – as a naturally caffeine-free alternative to black tea – but I
Let’s be honest, with everything going on, we’re all looking for quick and easy when it comes to most meal times