Tag Archives: Kuier Pienk Plesier

The Kuier Pienk Plesier is an event held for 400 Kuier readers. This year the event was held at Kronenburg Estate in Paarl.

Source Food activated the SASKO stand for the day at this year’s Kuier Pienk Plesier, which involved us sourcing all of the products that are displayed around the stand, and arranging a SASKO demonstration chef, Chef Mynhardt, to show the ladies how to create a delicious Lemon Vanilla eton mess jar with fresh berries, berry cream and SASKO oat chocolate cookie crumble using the SASKO Vanilla Bake Mix and the SASKO Cookie Bake Mix.

There were waitresses who walked around offering SASKO inspired canapes. Source Food developed the recipes for the canape menu that was served during the course of the day.

SASKO | Kuier Pienk Plesier 2017

  The Kuier Pienk Plesier is an event held for 400 Kuier readers. This year  Read More>

World Vegan Day | Recipe Of The Month

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What Your Caterer Needs To Know

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SASKO At The Pioneer Food Conference

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Interview With Dietician, Alex Royal

Alex Royal runs her own Dietetics and Nutrigenomics practice alongside Kirby Hendricks, called Alex Royal  Read More>


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Monday Made Easy Kirsty’s Roast Beetroot “Caesar” Salad

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Decadent Pear And Blackberry Crumble

For Hump Day, give this classic pudding served with Bulgarian yoghurt a try. It is  Read More>

Nut Butter – A Source Of Inspiration

Move over peanut butter, there’s a new nut in town! As much as we love  Read More>

Quinoa – A Source Of Inspiration

Pronounced “keen-wah”, this is a protein-packed grain that looks similar to couscous and is as  Read More>