Winter: South African food cravings

The Gong of the African sun is the essence of what makes Africa, however season have to change and we ought to embrace each and every season. What winter means in a South African contest from a good perspective when we gaze at the mass market trends: is that amagwinya(fat cakes) and polony  per with a cup of hot tea/coffee is what the mass market would normal stand in long queue in the morning to sort get their traditional South African breakfast, for a lack of a better during this season.

Another cuisine highly sought after during this season is mogodu (trots and tribe) with stamp or stamp and beans. These meals bring a sense of hearty ness and warmth. They present the synonymous gold and red colours that everyone can relate to around the would when the cold approaches.  These traditional meals are also nostalgic to the black African culture, so even if you live in the city a taste of home is at arms length during the winter period and memory reel whilst indulge in different types of cuisine.



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Khanya Mali is a marketing and brand communications enthusiast with a penchant for building brands on both client and advertising agencies and a “creative” in his own right. “Insights are the bark to every wondering creative work”