When your Mother-in-Law Gives You Limes…You Make Lime Cheesecake!
My mother-in-law has a smallish lime tree that contently grows in her garden. The tree always has these perfectly green limes asking to be used. Now, I’m not sure what the price for limes are where you live, but where I come from (Pretoria, South Africa), limes are laughably expensive. So, if you can get your hands on them for free, fill a large bag and don’t share with anyone! 😉
I had some cream cheese in the fridge, so I decided to make a cheesecake with these fragrant beauties. CONTINUE READING
Millions of Peaches, Peaches for Me
Peaches have been in season for quite some time, and boy, am I happy about that! After mangoes and raspberries, peaches are my favourite. A peach is so delicious and juicy! The colours are so appealing, ranging from light orange, pink to dark purple – a beautifully constructed ombré. CONTINUE READING
#RooibosDay / #RooibosDag
So, today is National Rooibos Day in South Africa. It is the first Rooibos Day ever. After 300 years of consumption, it is about time this plant with its wonderful health benefits gets its own celebratory day!
The rooibos plant is naturally found in the Cederberg Mountains in the Western Cape and is indigenously South African first used by the indigenous Khoisan people. Because Clanwilliam is so closely situated to the Cederberg Mountains, this small town will be the host of the Rooibos Day celebrations with all glory to this wonder tea! CONTINUE READING