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  4. Well done!
    I’m looking forward to those recipes. Especially the sugar free Koeksisters.
    The first time I had Malva Pudding was in Canada, would you believe I didn’t know it? I wonder why it’s called Malva Pudding.
    Fortunately I just saw the blog Award vote button down here 😉

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    • Thanks Tok – I made a sugar free malva pudding which was sweet as can be – and I will have to do some research as to why it is called that! Have a great day 🙂

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  5. How impressive. You certainly know how to rise to a challange. Some really amazing dishes there (and many new to me, so very exciting). Good luck to you!

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  6. Well, Tandy! This challenge really appealed to me too, but I just didn’t have the time! I wanted to cook everything over a fire…. 😀

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    • I type too fast – I meant ‘well done’, of course!!!!!

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      • ha ha, I read too fast as well xxx

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    • damn, that would have been awesome. and a winner I think!

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  7. Had to check out these dishes to see just what they involved–and all look so good! Especially all the spices. Mmm, the spices is Bobotie sound particularly delicious.

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    • my bobotie recipe has a great depth of flavour 🙂

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  8. Thanks for taking part in our Cookathon, and for your ongoing support of Yuppiechef 🙂

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    • it is my pleasure 🙂

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  9. Good luck with the competition, I bet you will be the only one who did all 7 recipes! 🙂

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    • sadly Sue a lot of bloggers have done all 7 so I have some stiff competition!

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  10. Great challenge! Would sell my mom for a bite of that Malva Pud! 🙂

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    • I will have to send some over – would not want to see your mom sold 🙂

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  11. A diverse look at your cuisine…good luck in the challenge!

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    • thanks so much Yvette 🙂

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  12. So many of these are very unique to me, thanks so much for sharing!

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    • my pleasure, it is always fun to learn something new 🙂

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  13. Sounds like a fun event!

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    • it was a blast 🙂

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  14. This is sad– but I read the title and thought, “ooo- enoki mushrooms! what a fantastic idea!” as I learned to like mushrooms via enoki mushrooms. Your dishes are a better way to increase my culinary breadth though.

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    • thanks for the visit! I love enoki mushrooms and use them weekly in my cooking 🙂

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  15. Hi Tandy, all these dishes look amazingly good. What a rich culinary culture you have.

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    • thank you so much – we are a rainbow nation indeed 🙂

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  16. What a great roundup of lovely recipes Tandy.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thanks Mandy 🙂

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