As we come out of Heritage Day 2015, Knorr is keeping the local flavour going with the next two Knorr whatsfordinner cooking classes with J’Something, featuring some of South Africa’s favourite cultural dishes.
October’s Knorr whatsfordinner cooking classes with J’Something bring to life exciting and simple recipes similar to those that have featured on the weekly TV show airing on Saturdays at 7pm on SABC 3.
The weekly show has not only shared great recipes with busy moms across the country, but has also provided an inside view into the homes of some of South Africa’s favourite celebrities such as Sophie Ndaba, Minnie Dhlamini, Bucie Nqwiliso and Sureshnie Rider.
The next two classes, taking place on October 10th and 22nd, will include uniquely South African recipes that reflect just a few of the diverse cultures that makes us such a fascinating country.
On the 10th of October, J’Something will present an interactive class on what is arguably South Africa’s most favourite dish – the bunny chow – whilst the class on the 22nd will see J’Something share their unique take on Eastern Cape Bobotie.
Knorr whatsfordinner cooking classes are ideal for busy moms looking for creative ways to spice up dinner time.
Knorr and J’something invite you to sign up now for the next classes before its too late. Remember to also tune in for the season finale of Knorr whatsfordinner on Sat. Oct 3rd at 7pm on SABC 3.
For more recipes, tips and ideas visit www.facebook.com/whatsfordinner
Next Cooking Classes:
Saturday October 10th
10:00am – 12:00
Bunny chow with mutton curry & curried samp
Saturday October 22nd
10:00am – 12:00
Easy Cape style bobotie, French onion soup with mozzarella toast
Classes take place at: SMEG showroom, 2985 William Nicol Drive, Bryanston.
Tickets will cost R200 per person and each guest will receive a Knorr goodie bag. Space is limited and bookings can be made through the SA Culinary Club email@example.com