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There needs to be more awareness of the benefits of insects as food, and support for farming and markets.
There is a wealth of indigenous knowledge about capturing and eating insects in sub-Saharan Africa. But the development of edible insects as a food industry has been very slow, despite its many potential benefits.
Apart from beer tasting, TBBC will also host quiz nights and book clubs.
Voodoo Lily takes pick-me-up to the next level.
The list ranges from small boutique wineries to ancient cellars, and goes beyond just wine.
A festival of food, drink and cooking takes place in September at Times Square.
‘To me (wine) stank and it didn’t taste nice and I didn’t want to drink anything at the parties with school friends.’
The 100-year-old, 1,2m lobster had earlier been the centre of a heated debate as to his future.
It was popular across the world until 1968 when a letter to the New England Journal of Medicine triggered its vilification.
When it comes to a packed lunch, not only do you need something that’s healthy and delicious, but you also need something that’s quick and easy to prepare.
Master chocolatier Daniel Waldis says he has been experimenting with rooibos for some time.
The UK award-nominated chef shares her recipe for a keto cauliflower mash she swears is as good as potato mash.
His eatery in remote South Africa has won renown as the world’s first Restaurant of the Year, but chef Kobus van der Merwe insists fame will change nothing.
Zesty lemon cuts through the rich cream cheese creating the perfect bed for the delicate prawn and salmon flavours to rest on.
The show gives insight into the world’s chefs and their genius.