When putting a lekker “pap tert” (directly translated: porridge tart) out on the table at a braai don’t be surprised when people ask you what it is, and even getting a few strange looks when this strange combination of words come out.
Squish, Squash, Bubbly Boo! Rascals make the Fruitiest Chew! If you grew up in the 90’s you surely remember these chewy treats. Rascals are back in South Africa thanks to Mister Sweet.
Masterchef SA – South Africa started on M-Net and M-Net HD on 20 March 2012. The winner of MasterChef SA will win the richest prize in South African television history, valued at R8 Million.
The final 3 contestant remain, go over to Food24 and vote for who you think the Masterchef South Africa winner will be.
We like to follow the Food24 coverage on the show including profiles on Masterchef South Africa Judges, challenges and weekly eliminations. If you do not have M-net or DSTV you can also follow their recaps of the Masterchef South Africa Episodes.
The Masterchef South Africa Winner prize includes R250 000 in cash from the show’s headline sponsor, Robertsons; a Hyundai Elantra 1.6 GLS, valued at over R190 000; an all-expenses paid seven day culinary experience in Italy courtesy of official food sponsor, Woolworths, including flights, accommodation and an Italian cookery course.
How many times before haven’t we been disappointed by pizza franchises who just can’t seem to live up to their advertised promises of great-tasting, value for money offerings? Some of them come with ridiculously stacked pizzas at even more ridiculous prices, while others’ pizzas simply just aren’t that satisfying – leaving you thinking “why do I keep ordering from them again?”
This is exactly why Pete’s Diner in Sonstraal Heights, Durbanville is such a big hit with the locals – and I’m sure even some living further away. Situated in the Sonstraal Spar centre just off Langeberg Road, Pete’s Diner is always buzzing with people hungry for their delectable pizzas. Not only do they make the tastiest wood fired pizza I’ve ever come across, but their prices are also very reasonable; and – on top of that – their service is fast and friendly. Check out the menu here
Best of all – from Monday to Wednesdays Pete’s Diner is running a special where you can pick up any two medium (23cm) Classic pizzas for only R75; or any large (30cm) Classic pizzas for R85.