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.
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