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Baking with deciduous fruit: Pear and gingerbread loaf

South African pears are in season from February to August. Enjoy the last month of the pear season with this delicious Forelle...

Pig out with versatile pork

Pork is a healthy, versatile and very affordable meat. Pork recently had a bit of a bad rap, but by showcasing its benefits,...

Farm Fare’s #WorldAvocadoMonth recipe

Its World Avocado Month this June and this makes it the ideal time to enjoy the avocado season. South African Avocado Growers' Association (SAAGA)...

Clever ways to preserve food

Many old-fashioned food preservation techniques have become popular in the past few years. There are good reasons for this; preserving food reduces...

Tofu and red pepper curry

Tofu is one of the most popular soya bean products and has become more widely used over the past few years due to the...

Farm fare: Make your own pretzels

Most of us think of pretzels as small crisp snacks rather than as a bread-type snack, but in Germany pretzels (or bretzels) are delicious crispy breads, soft on...

Farm fare: Cooking with kohlrabi

In today’s Farm Fare we have a look at Kohlrabi. Kohlrabi is a root vegetable, with European origins, that has become more popular in...

Farm fare: Cooking with beer

This week’s in-depth article on agro-processing looks at how beer is made and ways that beer can be used in cooking. Surprisingly, beer can...

Farm fare: Getting to know the Future 50 Foods

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Knorr recently released the Future 50 Foods Report that addresses issues faced by the global food system. According...

Plaaskos: Boererate met suurlemoene

Suurlemoene kan op talle maniere in kos en nagereg gebruik word. Maar het jy geweet dit kan op baie ander maniere ook van waarde...