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The Sunday Times Food Weekly Chilli Challenge

The search is on for the best-tasting homemade chilli sauce in SA. So stir up some heat in the kitchen, bottle your best and you could win tablewide fame and hot prizes

Rudi's traditional Salad Niçoise

Rudi Liebenberg gives a traditional salad the searing treatment

C is for Caesar Salad

Rudi Liebenberg makes the contentious king of salads

Rudi's Alphabet: B is for Bolognese

Rudi Liebenberg shares his own version of the classic Italian sauce

Reader Recipe: Makeshift pizza

You could win R500 by sending us your recipe, which we will test and photograph.

Dorah's Dinners: Malawi's Treasure

This week Dorah Sitole cooks freshwater fish on the banks of a great lake

Banting friendly potato-style cauliflower salad

Banting friendly potato-style cauliflower salad

Potato salad, the quintessential braai accompaniment, has had a Banting makeover. Made with cauliflower instead of potato, it looks — and even tastes — like traditional potato salad, but without the kilojoules.

Main Course: The Big Spread

Hilary Biller take three old friends on a journey way beyond the sandwich

The Restaurant: Braai Ranch

Relaxed, good value, delicious food: reasons why Shelley Seid keeps going back to the Braai Ranch

Featured Recipes

Dorah Sitole's green mangoe and chicken surprise

Dorah Sitole uses green mangoes to make an Arabian-African treat

Main Course: Midsummer Dreams


Dorah's Dinners: Peri-Urban

Continuing her food journey around southern Africa, Dorah Sitole makes a spicy pit stop in Mozambique

How to make: Cauli Cottage

And you thought you couldn't make a great pie without spuds

How to make salads with no sign of lettuce

A fresh and lively trio of Asian salads, with not an iceberg in sight


Rumblings: Maltabella

Guest voice Andrea Burgener entices us with rich dark sorghum porridge that could be the new superfood

Rumblings: Karoo Cachet

GUEST VOICE: Lin Sampson said it's an arid landscape with fresh lamb that has become a byword for free-rang desirability.

The rise of McSushi

Guest voice Andrea Burgener thinks that SUSHI will be the food of choice at many a summer party.

Rumblings: May contain nuts

GUEST VOICE: Sue de Groot

Rumblings: Atomic fusion

GUEST VOICES: Keith Tamkei

Rumblings: Jane-Anne Hobbs

Sneaky but healthy ways to satisfy bottomless appetites

Rumblings: Eat the pavement

Matt Allison joins the visionary foragers who see edibles wherever they go


Video: Chef of the Year Wrap

See all of the chefs in action over the three day event.

Video: Young Chef of the Year 2012

See action in the kitchen as the young chefs competed for the coveted title.

Video: Junior Chef of the Year

Who will win Junior Chef of the Year 2012?

Chef of the Year 2012 Overview

VIDEO: Judges and contestants give their thoughts on the seventh annual Sunday Times Chef of the Year in association with Foodcorp

Featured Video

Sunday Times celebrates summer times

All things summer was the inspiration as the Sunday Times celebrated the first birthdays of their Food and Home supplements, as well as the long standing success of LifeStyle Magazine.

Video: Hilary Biller cooks potato cakes

Sunday Times food editor cooks up some potato cakes on Expresso

Festive cooking with Hilary Biller: Video

Hilary Biller cooks up and prepares Christmas lunch in an hour


Wine of the week: Cuvee Obscura

Words can't quite do justice to the wines Neil Pendock finds in the Swartland


Neil Pendock meets the brains behind our dim sum

A Cheap Round

Pocket-friendly tipples

Cedars and vines

Wine of the week: Joanne Gibson talks to a man in love with the grapes of his homeland about local substitutes for Lebanese wine

The Sands of Wine

On the eve of the 30th birthday of the Cape Winemakers' Guild, Joanne Gibson speaks to the founders