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Review: Sprout Kids’ Food

We’ve reached the point in The Munchkin’s food journey where he can basically eat whatever it is that we’re having at meal times. This is great because it also means that now we’re forced to eat better for his sake. So meal times are sorted. But when it comes to snacks, I’ve hit a brick wall. He gets the usual fruit, yoghurt and this boy LOVES a dry Provita (I don’t know…) but I wanted to give him more variety and I have zero time to make anything.  ...

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The Magnum Pleasure Store

On Sunday The Husband, Munchkin and I headed down to Cavendish Square with some friends to check out the new Magnum pop-up store in Cavendish. Located just opposite Cosmic Candy and in clear sight as people exit from Ster Kinekor, it’s in the perfect position. The line wasn’t too long and it moved very quickly. Unlike the 3 hour waits that were reported to have been a thing in Joburg. And thank God for that because I do not have the patience to wait 3 hours for something  ...

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For the love of tea

“The entire British empire was built on cups of tea and if you think I’m going to war without one, mate, you’re mistaken.” – Eddie, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels I love a good cup of tea. For me, no wedding is complete without a cup of tea and most nights I will have one after The Munchkin has gone to bed and I have time to relax. I’m not that much of a coffee person. I will always start the morning with one but I don’t drink copious amounts  ...

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The Earth Fair Market at St George’s Mall

Thursdays are one of my favourite days of the week because it means that the Earth Fair Market comes to St Georges Mall. It’s lovely to stroll around on a summer’s day, fighting the bustling crowds to get to the yummy food. They have so many great options for lunch from sushi to paella, pies and sandwiches, Greek food and traditional Cape Malay cuisine. But that’s really just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to food at this market. Not to mention all the yummy  ...

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