Cooking With Lamb

'Meat' our Lambassadors...

 

About Ilse van der merwe aka the food fox

A true enthusiast of the culinary world and all of it’s magical chambers. Eating great food makes her happy, cooking is her favourite way of spending her hours, writing about food is something that comes naturally and talking about food fills her with passion. She is our absolute favourite South African food blogger, she is The Food Fox! 

Click here for the Food Fox's blog and some foxy Lamb and Mutton SA & The Food Fox Cola(m)borations...


About the bearded chef

Family man and trained chef John Hall invites you into his beautiful South African farm house kitchen to show you how he cooks delicious wholesome family meals with lamb and mutton meat. Ranging from old favourites to brand new innovative creations, he will have your mouths watering in seconds with these short and sweet glimpses into his kitchen. Here's what he has to say about his cooking philosophy:

"I'm very intrigued by cultures and flavours used around the world. Most of my inspiration comes from pure curiosity. Cooking allows me to translate my personality onto a plate. I love to experiment with combinations of flavours from different cultures, hoping to come up with something amazing!

Click here to see The Bearded Chef in action.


About Chef Naledi

Having grown up in the idyllic, rural Botswana, this did not deter her from pursuing her passion and dream in culinary in South Africa. Chef Naledi, a graduate of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and HTA School of Culinary Arts, has chosen to take a route less chosen by many of her counterparts.

Her passion for imparting cooking skills and knowledge to others saw her domestic worker, whose cooking skills needed a total overhaul, improving dramatically to be commended by friends and family in equal measure. She saw an opportunity to expand, from running an events and catering business, and introduced cooking lessons that specifically target domestic workers, who are the heartbeat and engines that keep any family intact and going. These classes became a hot property that she expanded them to Gaborone, Botswana, where they are held bi-monthly. She continues to empower those in less privileged communities through skills training and motivational talks. Chef Naledi has also consulted for big and well-known brands such as CoFi (a South African restaurant franchise) and Rakops River Lodge, in Rakops, Botswana, where she did menu consultation and staff training.

Come and see Chef Naledi in action at events where Lamb and Mutton SA is a sponsor. 

Click here to view her recipes.


About Chef Tuthu

Ntuthuko Tshabalala is not your typical Township Caterer. She is a mother, a chef, a cake artist, an organic vegetable farmer and a Lamb and Mutton  SA "Lambassador".  Born and raised in Dube Village Soweto, in an entrepreneurial family. Her passion for food art was inspired by exposure to the Township Style of fast foods at her grandparent’s butchery and Fish and Chips shops in Soweto. The family later moved to West Rand Agricultural Holdings where she discovered her green fingers, experimenting with planting high value crops for home use.

Come see Chef Tuthu in action at events where Lamb and Mutton SA is involved as a sponsor! 

Click here to view her recipes.


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About Chef Tshepang

Born and bred in Johannesburg from the fertile soiled township called Orange Farm. A spoken word artist, a mother and a lecturer to many who have broken bread with her. A Vaal University of Technology postgraduate with over 7 years of experience in the culinary industry which was groomed in the various Tsogo Sun Hotels amongst others. She has worked in multiple training and development programs in the country which aimed at equipping and developing the youth and young chefs in the industry. She is very passionate about development especially individuals from the disadvantaged communities and township caterers as she believes that that is the heart of the industry and pruning needs to start there.