Recipes from the “big cities” in South Africa.
Don’t worry, they don’t start with “Kill and field-dress a Cape Buffalo.” Most of the ingredients can be found in the average kitchen.
South Africa has a history of foreign “visitors” and occupiers. Notably it was a colony of Holland for quite a while. It’s southern ports were call centers for ships, mostly European, that were “rounding the horn” going to or from the Orient. As a result, the country has a rich diversity of both indigenous as well as European (especially Dutch) culture. That influence is represented in the 158 delicious recipes within this book.
All measurements have been converted to U.S. measurements (cups, pints, ounces, teaspoons, etc.)
Keys: Cookbooks, Food & Wine, Regional & International, African, South African