Acclaimed chef Franck Dangereux shares indispensable advice for the kitchen as he reflects on a lifelong love of food.
Tag Archives: cape town
Cape Town’s art scene is blowing up
From the hottest artists to must-visit galleries, here’s what you need to know.
A city farm inspiring food for thought
Oranjezicht City Farm is an urban oasis bringing a community together and making Capetonians question their relationship with food.
Zander Blom’s fantastic abstractions
He can afford more than pilchards now, but painter Zander Blom is still taking risks.
Foodie Foragers: in search of the Cape’s authentic flavours
An increasing number of passionate foragers – many of them chefs – are now heading to the hillsides, forests and coasts of the southwestern corner of South Africa. And for good reason.
Richly varied and highly entertaining: “History Matters” reviewed
A richly varied and highly entertaining new collection of pieces by Bill Nasson showcases the breadth, consistency and versatility of one of our leading historians.
Conversations with my soul: an interview with Igshaan Adams
From the archives: a chat I did five years ago with 2018’s visual artist of the year.
Portrait of an artist without a home
Chuma Somdaka fled prejudice to live on a park bench. Now her art keeps her whole.
The Good doctor: saving lives on the edge of world
An interview with Damien Brown, the Australian doctor who recounts his time as an MSF doctor in Africa in the wonderful Band-Aid for a Broken Leg.
Paul Theroux Reaches the End of the Road
The renowned travel writer explains why he gave up on an African adventure.