Most of all I enjoy the easy lifestyle in Cape Town, just kicking back and chilling along the sea promenade and at my favourite beaches: Clifton, Camps Bay (pictured) and Llandudno…
I first visited the Mother City in 1997, shortly after apartheid was abolished (in 1991), and am amazed to see the development the city, and South Africa, has undergone.
On my first visit to Cape Town I experienced all the main sights, like Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years), the District 6 Museum and the iconic Table Mountain.
All worth a visit but every time I return to Cape Town I aim to discover and explore new areas, experiences and interesting (day) trips.
I am more than happy to share my favourite experiences from my most recent trip to Cape Town with you…
I have teamed up with the inventive chefs at Restaurant Kronborg – Rikke, Jimmi and Mikkel – and talented photographer Chris Tonnesen to create a cookbook about ‘smørrebrød’ aka open sandwiches. Smørrebrød is the true national dish of Denmark, some even claim it is the country’s only unique contribution to world gastronomy. Continue reading
I collaborated with head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, at Restaurant Kronborg about the recipes for a delicious Danish lunch of ‘smørrebrød’ (a.k.a. open sandwiches) inspired by Danish summer for the popular food festival, Copenhagen Cooking. Check out the recipes at foodie website, Gastro.dk
Northern Europe’s largest, and probably most popular, food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, turned the Danish capital upside down for ten days of culinary delights in August 2013.
The traditional Danish lunch restaurant, Restaurant Kronborg, chipped in with Continue reading