Everything is designed to slow you down at The Heath, a collection of bohemian country stalls beside the busy N2 west of Plettenberg Bay.
I have found a solution to unpleasant autumn nights: a cheese fondue over a fire.
Blistered nectarines, silky from their roasting, interrupted by the fresh pop of blueberries and the deep hum of the spiced honey. Not bad, not bad at all.
La Mouette is doing a six-course autumn tasting menu, and it was time to figure out what all the fuss was about. I'd heard a lot about this French restaurant in Sea Point (and its cheese croquettes) and, as it turns out, it's completely worth the hype.
For the sixth time, the Green Point Cricket Club will explode with flavours and smells as top South African chefs gather to show off what they do best at the Taste of Cape Town.
Whether you're planning to visit the Constantia Food and Wine Festival, the SA Cheese Festival, the Prince Albert Olive Festival, the Riebeek Valley Olive Festival, the Nuy Valley Feast or the Good Food and Wine Show this April and May, here's my pick of accommodation spots.
When the weather takes a turn for the frosty, there aren't many things more inviting than a hot, bubbling pot of... well, anything really. But as much as we all love oxtail or lamb shank stews, the three hours of simmering time is hard to work with. This is your alternative.
In a quest for great coffee in Cape Town, Bernice Griffiths returned Starlings Cafe in Claremont. Excellent service and quality is what she discovered at the quirky and cute coffee shop.
These tasty fritters give you the best of both worlds: fried food plus green vegetables!
A refreshing serving of country trust awaits customers helping themselves to gourmet treats at Pucketty Farm Stall outside Underberg. Marion Whitehead learns a thing or two about honesty in the Underberg.