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A retro-futuristic America breakfast date with The Countess in Melville. What happens when a well-travelled engineer wants to make good food? He starts experimenting with all kinds of crazy foreign (and very technical we might add) cooking methods, and opens a restaurant that looks like a factory. In a nutshell.  Oh, and just because he’s […]
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Fresh. Organic. Natural. Those aren’t the words that immediately spring to mind when you think of Johannesburg’s inner city, but that’s exactly what you’ll find when you head into Braamfontein on Saturday mornings for the Neighbourgoods Market. The market was first started at the Old Biscuit Mill in Cape Town in 2006 as an initiative […]
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