Smorgasbord Guest Post – Traditional foods you can eat in Cape Town

Silly Willy and Cautious Craig went to Ireland today to visit Sally Cronin at her delightful blog Smorgasbordinvitation. Thank you, Sally, for having these naughty chaps over to share some information about the traditional foods that can be found in Cape Town.

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Robbie and Michael Cheadle are the publishing and baking powerhouse behind a series of children’s story cookbooks. A delight for all ages, it brings together traditional storytelling with activities to be enjoyed baking in the kitchen.  In this guest post Robbie introduces us to the traditional food delights that can be found in Cape Town… I can definitely recommend the bobotie which was a regular favourite of us as children.  I still make a version of it today during the winter months.

Traditional South African foods you can eat in Cape Town by Robbie Cheadle.

When I travel, eating out is a very important part of the travel arrangements. I like to plan which delightful place we will be visiting well in advance and I try to book an interesting restaurant for our midday meal at the same time. South Africa is a melting pot of colourful people from a…

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12 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Guest Post – Traditional foods you can eat in Cape Town

    1. Thanks Mae, I also don’t eat much meat although my husband and boys do. There are some amazing fish curries too, I particularly like a traditional crab curry although I struggle a bit to crack the shells.

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