I watched Culinary Artist Wayland Green from Granny Mouse Country House & Spa in the Midlands make delicious spinach gnocchi, Thai fish cakes, chicken croquettes and seafood paella. #yummy
|Wayland Green and Sherwyn Weaich|
Also showing their culinary skills at the show were Chef Ismail Arbee and Chef Zahira Mohamed. They are the two chefs whose cooking shows will soon be launching on Deen TV. Chef Ismail's show is called What's Cooking and Chef Zahira's show is Simply Desserts. Steak canapes and prawn canapes are a definite speciality of Chef Ismail and they were delicious. Chef Zahira tempted our taste buds with a blueberry panacotta and a white chocolate mousse with a granadilla curd.
|Chef Ismail Arbee (Inge Loker from Snap, Sizzle & Cook is taste testing)|
|Chef Zahira Mohamed and Sherwyn Weaich|
My favourite part of the show is always the hall filled with Durban creatives. There is jewellery, leather bags, washi tape and a whole lot more to see and buy. I treated myself to a roll of washi tape and a pack of fabric offcuts.
I also had a good look and drool over the beautiful gas stoves at the Hirsch stand.
There is lots to see and buy at the show and a wide range of food to tempt hungry tummies.
1 - 10 July
Durban Exhibition Centre
11 Walnut Road
Tickets are available from iTickets or at the gate.
Monday - Thursday 10am - 9pm
Friday - Saturday 10am - 10pm
Sunday 10am - 8pm