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My InstaWeek: MORE Fasting, Feasting

My InstaWeek: MORE Fasting, Feasting

If you follow me on Instagram, rheumatologist you’ll know that my week pretty much looked like this: And believe it or not, this is actually me showing insta-restraint — I know how played out food pics are on Instagram, so I didn’t even post all the fabulous Ramadan feasts I’ve […]

Cadbury: A Love Story

Cadbury: A Love Story

Something that’s been causing me a great deal of concern lately is the fact that despite my daily workout regimen, hospital I seem to be well on my way to gaining the Newlywed 15. What on earth could possibly be the cause? I wonder to myself as I munch on […]

The Great Gatsby (Sandwich)

The Great Gatsby (Sandwich)

You’ve read the book, anabolics you’ve seen the movie… but have you eaten the sandwich? Here in Cape Town, ambulance a Gatsby is far more than an iconic literary figure. While the character Gatsby was elusive, somewhat mysterious, his sandwich alter ego pretty much puts it all out there for […]

My “Guac Moment”

My “Guac Moment”

The first step to getting used to being surrounded by accents is accepting that you are the one with the accent. The day after cooking my very first Cape Town meal — I went Indian, story of course, and Hyderabadi, to be specific: kheema (ground beef), tamatey ki chutney (tomato […]

Saturday Ritual: Old Biscuit Mill

Saturday Ritual: Old Biscuit Mill

Locals are a huge fan of hitting up the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock on Saturdays, infertility where Cape Town’s famed Neighbourgoods Market sets up shop from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. While some shy away from the Biscuit Mill’s blatant hipsteriness (not to mention its recent proliferation of American […]

High Tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel

High Tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel

Cape Town’s Mount Nelson Hotel is a local icon, symptoms so I couldn’t think of a more fitting venue to ring in the end of my very first week as an official Cape Town resident. Grand white pillars welcome you into a sprawling complex with rose-colored buildings dating back to […]