All posts tagged: Feature

My feature in Elite Living Africa Magazine

I am thrilled to be featured in this stunning magazine, Elite Living Africa, where I discuss my African Food Revolution with my supper clubs, catering and private dining events. It is just twelve months since I started serving my passion on plates in the UK, and it has been the most exciting journey, one that I fall in love with more each day! Thanks to Elite Living Africa and Black Pepper Pr and thank you all for your support. I couldn’t and can’t do it without you. I thoroughly enjoy interviews like these because they force me to remember a lot about myself, how I started, how I felt at the time and how far I have come, giving me a great opportunity to share my story with others. I can’t wait to see the hard copy. The magazine is distributed in yacht or polo clubs in Africa, private jet and VIP airport lounges, British Airways, Heathrow VIP Windsor Suite, Emirates and South African Airways First Class lounges in Africa, and hotels across the continent. The digital …

Lerato’s recipe for sharing this Festive Season — Features — The Guardian

Some have food but cannot eat Some can eat but have no food We have food and we can eat Glory be to thee oh Lord Amen! I remember this poem from my childhood. We were taught it by nuns in Nursery and recited it every day before school lunch. This was quite a strong reminder that we were blessed to have food to eat, a solemn poem to teach us children of how blessed we are, and never to take the simplest things for granted. To this day, I recite this song and hope to do the same with my own children. The excitement of Christmas sometimes turns some of into excessive shoppers, eaters and drinkers, but why is this the case? Christmas is, after all, a celebration of the birth of Christ, during which Mary and Joseph certainly did not throw champagne breakfasts and marvellous feasts with jollof rice and salmon to celebrate the occasion. It is right for us to celebrate this joyous feast with family and friends, but remember, “some can …