Be inspired by ♥ Cape Winelands Cuisine

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Cape Winelands Cuisine — 22 Comments

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  2. Tandy, thank you for the very complimentary review and sharing recipes. Hope you visit soon again.

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    • it is my pleasure Hetta 🙂

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  4. Great review and well written! Nice job 🙂

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    • thank you so much Jen 🙂

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  5. It sounds wonderful and traditional, Tandy!!

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    • you would love it Pink 🙂

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  6. How very interesting…I love virtually traveling to places I’ve never been. And you’ve written it so well!!

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    • thanks so much for saying that – it took me ages to write the review 🙂

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  7. Brilliant review – and fascinating to learn a little more about you. I know so little about South African culture, history and cuisine and it´s great to start collecting little pieces of the jig saw!

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    • that is how I feel when I read your posts about Spain 🙂

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  8. What a fabulous review! Thanks for sharing, Tandy! I’m a big sucker for dried salted fish of all cultures!

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    • thanks Celia for the compliment. I am going to try more salted fish on our travels 🙂

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  9. oooh, sounds like a real South African feast!

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    • it was indeed 🙂

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  10. Wow, what a lot of food. As always a great review Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • It was a lot of food, but somehow I managed to find space for most of it 🙂

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  11. Really interesting – especially about your upbringing where Italian was so prevalent. Amazing how many languages are spoken in SA.

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    • I grew up on the Lebanese side of our school – but no one actually spoke Lebanese as far as I can remember. On the other side of our school was little Italy – and all the nonna’s and nonno’s spoke Italian 🙂

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  12. A fab review, as always. I am absolutely mad about bokkoms!

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    • thanks Cindy 🙂

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