Get cooking with Dad this Father’s Day! (PLUS! Win a cookbook hamper)
 More about the book!

Penguin Random House SA has rounded up four fabulous cookbooks to give Dad this Father’s Day!

Stand a chance to win these fabulous cookery books:

Enter here!

by Greg Gilowey and Karl Tessendorf
It’s our version of low and slow and it has some important lessons to teach. It forces you to relax and enjoy the ride, and to realise that the best things really are worth waiting for. It’s a delicious goal for friends and family to come together and work towards over the course of the day – the ingredients prep, the fire prep, the building of flavour layers and watching the potjie’s bulging belly whisper away. These are steps required for a great potjie day, and the best part is that you get to do it while chatting and laughing with a beer in hand.

by Sinoyolo Sifo
Sinoyolo Sifo is a husband that cooks. His goal: to break the gender stereotypes that surround male figures in the kitchen and encourage more men to cook. As he says, the kitchen is no longer the domain of women only, and men need to get more comfortable in the kitchen, so they can share equally in the responsibilities of day-to-day life and its demands. Whether you are a newbie cook still finding your way around the kitchen, or more confident in your culinary abilities, these recipes are sure to satisfy the foodie in you.

by Mynhardt Joubert
My Station Street Kitchen is a reflection of Mynhardt Joubert’s kitchen and the dinners that he hosts there. Mynhardt infuses everything he does with his enthusiasm, exuberance and love of food that incorporates his life experiences, from his childhood on a farm in the Eastern Free State to his travels around the world and throughout South Africa. Ook beskikbaar in Afrikaans as My Stasie Straat Kombuis.

by Michael Olivier
Michael Olivier says Friends. Food. Flavour. is the culmination of a long journey. He was invited by the Voyager Wine Estate in Western Australia to prepare a ‘Cape Buffet’ for the duration of the Margaret River November Wine Festival. He and his wife, Madeleine, researched, deconstructed, and rebuilt the recipes, leaving them with a stunning collection of essentially Cape Dishes.

Categories Cookery International Lifestyle Non-fiction South Africa

Tags Competitions Cookery Father's Day Friends. Food. Flavour. Greg Gilowey Karl Tessendorf Michael Olivier My Station Street Kitchen Mynhardt Joubert Penguin Random House SA Pots Pans and Potjies Recipes Sifo: The Cooking Husband Sinoyolo Sifo

1 Votes

You must log in to post a comment