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  • Tag Archives: cooking

    • Mungo Selvedge Serviettes. 100% linen in 12 different colours. Woven at the Mungo Mill in Plettenberg Bay

      Tired of seeing Uncle Pete wipe his moustache with your serviette? We’ve got you covered with our Selvedge Serviette. Lunch salvaged.

    • A Mungo table setting featuring our continental stripe table cloth

      The Easter weekend is upon us, which can only mean one thing – CHOCOLATE. But before you can eat chocolate, there’s Easter lunch to be had. And if there’s Easter lunch to be had, there are Easter tables to be set. The long weekend provides an opportunity to gather around with friends and family and …

    • Mungo Chef's Apron in Yam, used to bake a pear cobbler.

      We took our Chef’s Aprons for a spin by making this delicious pear, berry and white chocolate cobbler.

    • A Mungo Fish Braai in Elands Bays, featuring the Provincial Stripe Tablecloth

      Fasten on your Man Cloth and prepare your fire. Here’s a recipe for how to braai the perfect mountain trout with some salty sea freshness.

    • Foraged mussels on Mungo man cloth in Plettenberg Bay, Garden Route

      I recently got asked if I’d like to join master weaver Stu for a morning of mussel foraging along Keurbooms coastline in Plettenberg Bay. An irresistible offer, of course.

    • Mungo Kitchen Cloths

      Winter is in full swing, your finger tips are half frozen and not even the dog wants to go outside. It’s a pretty miserable situation, one which you aren’t sure you’re going to get through. But never fear, for Mungo has your back with our all new Winter Survival Guide – a four part guide full …

    • Somehow in my mind curing olives always seemed like an impossible and laborious task. How could something so delicious be easy to make? Here is our take on how to cure olives. On recent trips out and about the cape winelands we have gotten into the mischievous habit of olive thieving. (Side note: we only …

    • carrot cake from mungo

      Every once in a while Cherilee walks into work with some of her baked goods. All the women start quivering with excitement and the men start dishing out marriage proposals. Yes it is that good! Today Cherilee has been kind enough to share her famous Carrot Cake recipe with us. Try it. Seriously! Ingredients 4 …

    • In cooking, as in other aspects of life, the most elegant solution is often the simplest. Whether this method of roasting a leg of lamb is the simplest, who can tell. What is clear is that roasting meat hanging from a string is an ancient technique. The simplest ideas also tend to be the oldest. …

    • How to make a shooter's sandwich

      “A sandwich is a food item, consisting of two or more slices of bread with one or more fillings between them.” – wikipedia That’s a decidedly dreary definition for one of the darlings of deliciousness. Humble the basic sandwich might be, but it is in my opinion the greatest of foods. At its most basic, …

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