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WIN this Heritage Day

Looking for some cooking inspiration? Well then sign up to our new Mzansi Flavour e-mailer and you stand a chance to win


Big news, Mzansi, we are launching a new e-mailer on Monday! Big cheers! Through the Mzansi Flavour weekly digest we will share some of our favourite and most tantalizing recipes from across South Africa featuring a blend of well-known chefs and bright up-and-comers.

If you sign up, oh boy, do we have a treat in store for you. Did you enjoy this week’s Mzansi Flavour, with chef and food curator Mynhardt Joubert?

Well, he shared an amazing festive springtime spread and would like to give away a hamper to a lucky somebody in our draw.

The competition runs from the 17 September until 23 September, with the winner announced on Heritage Day. You can win all the ingredients for Joubert’s breakfast! (Everything except the leftover braai meat. For that you’ll have to use your Braai Day leftovers.)

RECIPE: Chef Mynhardt’s springtime breakfast

All you have to do to enter the prize draw is sign up to Food For Mzansi’s new and exciting “Mzansi Flavour” weekly digest e-mailer. Sign up here to receive the recipe mail every Monday.

The Food For Mzansi “Mzansi Flavour” weekly digest will only be sent to those that sign up for it. No spam – we promise! So why not even take that first step that could potentially see you win big!

Here’s what’s in the prize hamper:

  1. Rhodes peeled and tinned tomato
  2. Pakco hot vegetable atchar
  3. Rhodes Indian style tomato mix
  4. Magpie puff pastry
  5. Rhodes Granadilla pulp
  6. Sasko Cake flour
  7. Rhodes strawberry jam
  8. KWV Sparkling Brut x 1
  9. KWV Sparkling Demi sec x 1

(Since the hamper contains alcoholic beverages, the competition is strictly only open to readers over the age of 18!)

Noluthando Ngcakani
Noluthando Ngcakani
With roots in the Northern Cape, this Kimberley Diamond has had a passion for telling human interest stories since she could speak her first words. A foodie by heart, she began her journalistic career as an intern at the SABC where she discovered her love for telling agricultural, community and nature related stories. Not a stranger to a challenge Ngcakani will go above and beyond to tell your truth.

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