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Woolworths TASTE

Woolworths TASTE

May / June 2021
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Woolworths TASTE is a multi-award-winning magazine, with an annual frequency of 11 issues, which is produced by New Media Publishing as a flagship brand for South African retailer, Woolworths. Innovative in design and content, it presents more than 50 delicious recipes in each issue in an exquisitely photographed yet accessible way, showcasing the variety of top-quality food products offered by Woolworths alongside the abundant creativity within the South African food industry. Woolworths TASTE consistently offers credible, easy-to-use dining-in solutions and creative entertaining ideas, and also shares new developments in the culinary world, keeping readers informed about food trends and personalities. For more visit taste.co.za

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3 min.
the next 365 days

FELLOW SOUTH AFRICANS… it’s been a year. One whole year since we packed up our desks, emptied the beloved TASTE kitchen in the middle of the year’s tightest deadline and finished the May issue at our dining-room tables. Which makes this an anniversary issue. Last May, TASTE was full of family recipes and food we crave as the days get shorter and shelves start sprouting pears and parsnips, whole pumpkins and Tuscan kale. This issue is also full of comfort food and, fittingly for an anniversary, it is also the first of our bigger, bi-monthly issues. Yes, you read correctly – from now on, you will get a fatter issue of TASTE, more jam-packed than ever, just every second month. Now, far from being a print detractor’s harbinger of doom, this is…

1 min.
what’s your favourite comfort food?

“Squashing soft little pillows of gnocchi between tongue and palate makes me happy.” – Tharien Nel “It has to be something involving béchamel sauce. I ate gallons of the stuff as a child and it was the first thing my mom taught me to cook, so I could make it myself. Mac and cheese, lasagne, my mom’s version of chicken à la king – it all makes me feel warm, comforted and cosy.” – Katharine Pope “Butter chicken and rotis. I’ve been trialling various spice combinations during lockdown.” – Alistair Fester “What comes to mind when I think of comfort food is definitely something carb heavy. I make a mean lasagne and it’s definitely one of the family’s favourites too.” – Yvette Samaai “Oxtail stew with dumplings with a glass of Merlot brings me…

1 min.
what you said

The kids have been begging us to make the plaatkoekie tower on the cover of TASTE magazine (November, 2020). We’ve been watching the latest MasterChef as a family activity each night, so they challenged us to a cook-off! Of course they won, mom’s dinner lost points for having too many vegetables and their finished dish looked almost exactly like the picture ;) Thanks TASTE for always keeping us inspired. – Marian Duvenhage We think the MasterChef contestants have stiff competition, Marian! You win REN’s Moroccan Rose Sugar Body Polish worth R850, plus a R1 000 Woolworths gift card. THE PRIZE REN’s Moroccan Rose range is made with natural, moisturising Rose Otto oil. This nourishing body scrub is infused with rose oil, suitable for all skin types and designed to leave skin energised and…

1 min.
from facebook

“My mum used to make me leftover roast lamb/chicken/roast beef and salad sandwiches. She would not allow Vegemite or peanut butter in the house. I was always swapping my lunches.” – Connie Miles “My mom Elna Coetzer made the BEST lunchboxes. Still can’t believe how she worked a full day and then had the time and energy to put a gorgeous lunch box together. We got chicken mayo sarmies. Cheese and salad with crunchy cucumber on it (still love cucumber on a sarmie till this day). If we were good there would be a Melrose wedge and packet of Nik Naks. Oh, how I miss those days.” – Chanel Lee Glass “A pikkie – a little cardboard triangle filled with condensed milk! Other than that it was usually a wholewheat sandwich with…

1 min.
taste .co.za

What’s happening online? @ WWTaste ONE-POT WONDERLAND The best thing about heading towards winter? Casseroles, stews and soups – the comfort classics – are also the definitive one-pot meals. This month, we’re lining up our most-inspired one-pot ideas, plus some tips and hacks for turning anything into a one-pot meal to save time and washing up. FRIDAY FOOD FIGHT: THE RUSK EDITION ’Tis the season to be dunking! But are you a purist rusk fan, or do you go in for new-fangled flavours and variations? Are raisins ever okay? Can you eat a rusk without dunking it? And if you are a dunker, how do you deal with the last 2 cm of sludge? Head over to @wwtaste on Instagram every Friday to discover whether your opinions are shared by the rest of SA’s…

8 min.
dinner plans

CHUNKY COCONUT, GINGER AND SWEET POTATO SOUP WITH BUTTERY GARLIC-AND-CORIANDER BEANS Serves 4 EASY GREAT VALUE Preparation: 5 minutes Cooking: 25 minutes For the soup: Woolworths cubed sweet potato 2 x 500 g packsgarlic 4 cloves, unpeeledolive oil 4 TWoolworths prepared ginger, garlic and chilli 1 cube of eachcoconut milk 1 x 400 ml cansea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste For the beans: butter 2 Tcoriander 10 g, choppedred speckled beans 1 x 400 ml can, drained (do not rinse)sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to tastewraps, toasted, for serving 1 Preheat the oven to 220°C. Cut the sweet potato in half so it cooks quicker, then arrange on a baking tray with the garlic. Toss in 2 T olive oil and roast for 15–20 minutes until just catching and tender. 2 Meanwhile, fry the ginger,…