Articles tagged with: Wanda Hennig culinary travel writer
Spicy sisterhood stirs gourmet halaal in Durbs
Creativity, passion and their Muslim faith inspire chef sisters Zainab and Faatimah Paruk. Their success is flavoured by Durban’s diversity.
Chef Jackie: A legend creating a legacy
Remarkable. Difficult to think of a more appropriate word to describe Jackie Cameron. Award-winning chef. Food sorcerer. Founder-principal of the …
The taste of Fable in KZN
When Mark Mattinson was at a crossroads in his life a few years ago, he took a 900km walk. This …
Fusing heritage one poké at a time
Heritage. Custom. Culture. Tradition. Roots. Things one thinks about around now. So how about Hawaii meets Vietnam meets Korea meets …
Kavachi Ukegbu and the art of fufu
This year started on a high for Houston-born Kavachi Ukegbu, a third-generation chef-restauranteur with deep roots in her Nigerian culinary …
Fulani cuisine takes the stage
Chef Binta prepares Fulani food.
African food is trending internationally.
But most likely you don’t know, have never tried — have …
Buddhist Retreat Centre: flavour and mindfulness
Fruitful days and mindful nights at the BRC. Photo Wanda Hennig
Too many chefs. Zen food. Monkey thieves. Ensconced. Sangoma recipes. …
The art of bread: Glenwood Bakery Durban
Adam and Carin Robinson at The Glenwood Bakery. Photo Wanda Hennig
Adam and Carin Robinson opened The Glenwood Bakery six …
Life’s a FroBlog for Warsaw Foodie blogger Joanna Mroz
Warsaw is rich in culinary luminaries. One of them is Joanna Mróz, prolific founder-author of Poland’s popular food blog, FroBlog, “FRO” being the acronym for Fine Restaurants Only. She is also co-founder of Warsaw Foodie, which follows and comments on Warsaw’s culinary scene. We nibbled on small plates and swilled some good wine with Poland’s top restaurant blogger at Warsaw wine kitchen Kieliszki na Próżnej where she shared stories of food trends, changes, successes and more.
Krakow’s Stary Kleparz Market: a must for foodies visit Poland
Krakow’s historic Stary Kleparz Market, which dates back to the 12th century, is a must for foodies who travel to Poland. It’s where locals shop and travel writer Wanda Hennig found it ‘the best’ for a sensual photo adventure.