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Just add rice, R375, Quiv­ertree

Pub­li­ca­tions, by Tai­wanese

South African Ming-Cheau

Lin is a de­light­ful ex­plo­ration of East Asian and Chi­nese cui­sine, with beau­ti­ful im­ages by Craig Fraser. The f lavour­ful dishes are easy to make and there’s a handy list of pantry items that are avail­able lo­cally.

Find the recipe for Tep­panstyle beef (pic­tured) at gar­de­nand­

Baker’s CHOICE

Rosti’s sought-after kitchen­ware is now avail­able here.

The Scan­di­na­vian de­signed prod­ucts in­clude bak­ing equip­ment such as spat­u­las and mea­sur­ing cups. The Mar­grethe bowl, from R399, is avail­able from Yup­piechef in a va­ri­ety of sizes and on-trend colours. yup­

Earthy flavours

Call­ing all gluten in­tol­er­ants, Happy Earth Peo­ple of­fer two high pro­tein, gluten­free 100% ve­gan pas­tas. The legume-based fusilli is avail­able in Red Lentil and Chick­pea. Find them at se­lected health food shops and hap­pyearth­peo­

Oil’s WELL

Es­tate grown and lo­cally pro­duced, Olive Pride Ex­tra Virgin Olive Oil, from R86,99, is cold pressed, rich in an­tiox­i­dants and adds a de­li­cious pep­pery edge to the sim­plest green salad. Driz­zle over fish, chicken and veg­etable dishes to add a lus­cious f lavour.

OR­ANGE crush

Gin ruby-coloured lovers will adore Malfy the Con

Aran­cia Gin, R380, from Italy.

Burst­ing with aro­mas of

or­ange blos­som, it’s made

with Si­cil­ian blood or­ange

peels. Serve it on ice with

tonic and a twist of or­ange,

or add it to your favourite

cock­tail. Visit mal­fy­

or tru­manan­do­r­

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