Pumpkins were grown in Africa long before the Cape was colonized, and its popularity endures to this day. Rural communities cook pumpkin simply – sliced and boiled, or cooked with maize kernels, pap (maize meal) or beans. Early Dutch cooks mashed pumpkin with butter, sugar and cinnamon; this is an adaptation of that idea.
Just some of the highlights of this three day event, on the line-up which includes demonstrations by leading chefs, masterclasses and an impressive speaker programme.
One of the highlights of this three day event, which is aimed at those looking to live and enjoy a healthier, more conscious and sustainable lifestyle, has to be the programme of exciting and informative Masterclasses, which will feature well-informed chefs and award-winning mixologists hosting interactive hands-on food and drink workshops.
… and promises to be a fun-filled, entertaining and informative experience the whole family can enjoy!