Through one of my favourite clients – ClemenGold® – we got to spend a balmy afternoon in the orange groves of Citrusdal. Setting a table beneath boughs laden with citrus has been a dream of mine for a long time and realising it in such a beautiful setting was a great experience – even with … Continue Reading
Coastal living at its most serene, little beats a long lazy lunch with a view of the ocean. A perfect wind-still day, the sunshine warm enough to warrant shirt sleeves and sunhat, and no hint of winter chill provides an unequalled setting in which to enjoy a feast of braaied yellowtail – flavoured with the … Continue Reading
Midnight snacking on my favourite kapokbos-infused chicken liver pâté atop a slice of toasted plaasbrood. I’ve recently discovered that a dab of korrelkonfyt (grape preserve) is an absolute necessity when serving this spread! The recipe is inspired by my mother’s version, whose famed chicken liver pâté is always the attraction at many Sunday lunches. Regular sage, … Continue Reading
Economical, full of iron and intensely flavourful, chicken livers are an underrated delicacy that can be dressed up or down. Here, red wine, cream and bay leaf lend their richness to classic chicken livers, making this a hearty option when the temperature drops. Both a South African and my personal favourite, chicken livers are a … Continue Reading
This article first appeared on Swartland Wine & Olive Route’s site entitled “Orange You Excited to Try This Wine?”. Here, I’ve adapted the original text slightly to focus on the recipe for my orange, almond & olive oil cake. Now with gloomy skies and chilly temperatures on the increase, I’ve been craving a burst of … Continue Reading
I'm Georgia East – an author, cook, food stylist and photographer. I'm passionate about cooking with seafood and so I started my blog East After Noon to better share my recipes, travel experiences and life on South Africa's beautiful West Coast.