Posts tagged South African Chefs
Five Chefs to Follow

Instagram can be used for many things, from catching up with friends to sharing beautiful pictures, but for us food enthusiasts it is also a tool to finding amazing meal ideas. The key is in knowing which accounts to follow for recipes that not only look, but taste good. 

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Culinary Awards Focus on Women

At the first FOOD XX Symposium and Awards: Womxn in Food, Jackie Cameron impressed the judges of the category entitled: teachers and mentors dedicated to sharing knowledge and encouraging future innovators - and came away with another award to enhance her already substantial collection.

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A Tribute to Margot Janse – My Friend and Role Model

With no immediate plan, apart from having “fun with my son, Thomas and contemplating the contents of my next adventures”, executive chef Margot Janse, Africa’s only female Grand Chef and the genius behind The Tasting Room at Le Quartier Français in Franschhoek, has resigned after 21 years.

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Billy Gallagher: Chef, Mentor, Industry Icon, Humanitarian, Author

There can be few people in the hospitality industry, locally and abroad, who haven’t heard of or admire Dr Bill Gallagher. His achievements as a chef, mentor, competitor and friend to chefs around the world are legendary. What a huge compliment and honour it is for Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine to be featured on Billy's blog!

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Talking Dreams with CHEF! Magazine

The Jackie Cameron School of Food & Wine is a lifelong dream of mine. I shared my thoughts recently with Gill Hyslop from Chef! Magazine.

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'Cool Runnings'... Fine Food takes to the street in Durban’s CBD

Read this article and if you, like me, appreciate unusual initiatives, make sure you visit my friend Nardia Adams on your next available Sunday. You’ll find her at Cool Runnings, 49 Milne Street, right in Durban’s CBD. This is a great place to slow the weekend down - and the street food is oh so classy!

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