SA Chef Issue 14

SA Chef Issue 14 brings you an in-depth analysis of the most versatile liquid pairing there is – tea. We also explore sustainable chicken practices and find out why a dollop of cream creates a decadent dish.

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SA Chef Issue 13

Issue thirteen of SA Chef covers the delicate craft of charcuterie, the best practices: from farm to fork, as well as exploring the rise of microbreweries and craft beer, and their place in fine dining.

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SA Chef Issue 12

In issue twelve of SA Chef, we take a look at cannabis cuisine, the hottest food trend of the future, find out how Illovo syrups are hitting the sweet spots for Kasi caterers.

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SA Chef Issue 11

In Issue 11 of SA Chef, we explore sustainable seafood and how to track your meal from hook to cook.We also dig into the art of pairing wine and food, speak to experts who have gone meat free, and wonder at the latest ice cream flavours and technology.

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SA Chef Issue 10

In our tenth edition, we unpack the top options for culinary training in 2019, chat with the Kurland’s Executive Chef Antoinette Meyer, ogle over delectable desserts, and explore the taste of the Western Cape.

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SA Chef Issue 9

In our ninth edition, we chat with the King of Fine Dining Forti Mazzone, explore the delicacy of exotic meats, taste heavenly high teas, and unpack food allergies, sensitivities, preferences, and poisoning.

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SA Chef Issue 8

In our eighth edition, we explore the world of private chefs, ten glorious days spent by SA Chef’s Editor in Chief at Le Calabash in France, and Afro-centric cuisine by Coco Reinarhz.

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SA Chef Issue 7

In our seventh edition, we explore the craft of charcuterie, the culinary wonder that is Jocelyn Myers-Adams, and Sandton as a varied and delicious food-hub.

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SA Chef Issue 6

In our sixth edition, we explore molecular gastronomy, artisan cheese and packaging solutions that are good for the planet.

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SA Chef Issue 5

In our fifth edition, we discover the leading culinary schools in South Africa, the best knifes money can buy and delve deeper into the ever-popular craft of artisanal alcohols.

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