IN THE KITCHEN WITH A MUSLIM DADI

Anyone who grows up in a muslim home will tell you that everything and I mean everything happens around the dinner table. Meal times are a thing and none is more important than the meal/s of celebration days.

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AMAGWINYA – FOR WINTER

Amagwinya can be eaten with anything from apricot jam curry mince, polony,  fried potatoes chips (french fries), atchaar, snoek fish or cheese.

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IN THE KITCHEN

With an African Gogo

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MY FOOD AFRICA

Typical African Dishes:

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MANGO & PASSION FRUIT VANILLA BEAN CHEESECAKE

Made by Chef Lauren Lentz

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PALUSAMI

(Fijian for Spinach leaves)

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EXECUTIVE CHEF TALALA TOPOI

After graduating from Fiji  University with a Cookery trade certificate in 2003, Chef Talala spent many years at some of Fiji’s other fine resorts and completed his apprenticeship with Sheraton Resorts in Nadi.

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FRESCOBOL CARIOCA

ACTIVEWEAR / RESORT 16

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IT’S A FOOD FESTIVAL

Living on the wild side of culinary experimentation especially with spicy food is pure survival in my opinion. Some of the most spicy food originated in the East. In India, munching on a fresh raw green chili seems to have health benefits. Have you ever survived any of these fiery dishes?

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CARABINERO RISOTTO

Made By Head Chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive from Iggy’s Restaurant Singapore.

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