“Beldi! Beldi!”, the vendor repeated while showing us the oranges. “It means it’s good for you”, my mom’s incomplete explanation.
It’s always good to come back every now and then, see the things that have been there since you’re a kid still remain the same and see new things pop-up, especially street food restaurants.
Many Cape Malay dishes are thought to be Afrikaans such as bobotie or tomato bredie but the dishes are very much a marriage of East and West.
Almost everyone know this about me: I LOVE FOOD! Good eating, cooking and trying different recipes of all cultures is a big thing for me. And you might say: “UGH! Another food blogger. Let’s just scroll down to the recipe part”. Well no, you won’t find it. I’m not going to share my recipes with you because most, if not all of them, aren’t mine. Instead, I’ll share stories with you.