Out And About: Friday 30 May 2014

Out And About: Friday 30 May 2014

Last week Friday I was out and about at the launch of Peppadew’s new range of pasta sauces. We were shown just how easy the sauces are to prepare – basically open the jar, add to the pan and heat. There are many great advantages to these sauces – they can be used for more than pasta and they can be left in the fridge for 4 days after opening. This is perfect for a 2 person household. After a kitchen demonstration we had lunch on the patio overlooking Camps Bay! I was sent home with a bottle of each sauce and the most stunning spaghetti spoon!

 

Peppadew Pasta Sauce Launch Out And About: Friday 30 May 2014
Peppadew Pasta Sauce Launch

Disclosure: I was invited to attend this event. My invitation was not based on me posting about Peppadew Pasta Sauces. This post is in line with my blogging policy.

I enjoyed a lot of biltong this weekend as on Saturday I went to order some sausage casings and came home with biltong. Dave went up on Sunday to collect the casings – they weren’t there as promised but he did come home with some more biltong. On Monday I went to collect the casings and yes, I came home with some more biltong. If you live in the Helderberg basin pop down to Mountain Stream Nursery in Gordons Bay and visit Rudi’s for the best biltong around.

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23 thoughts on “Out And About: Friday 30 May 2014

    1. I have seen so many people spending their whole flight to Australia eating the biltong they had set aside to bring for friends 🙂

  1. It is so hot here in HK and even with the aircon on. These kinds of days it is perfect with a little pasta sauce and some sauces. It is so hot today, I don’t want to even boil pasta.. LOL

  2. I had to google what biltong was…ah! got it!
    I use pasta sauces often when camping. Nice spoon!

    ela h.

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