A read that’s easy to digest

Greyton author Julie Brown in conversation with Kitchen Shortcuts authors Cassidy Nydahl, Kelsey Dobie and Jean Winshaw.

By Karen Watkins

Kitchen Shortcuts, the latest book by Foodies of South Africa, which produces online recipe videos, was launched at Exclusive Books Cavendish Square last Thursday. Each recipe in the book comes with a QR code to unlock a step-by-step video. Royalties from sales of the book support the Bokamoso Education Trust, which helps fund schooling for disadvantaged children.

Kitchen Shortcuts authors Cassidy Nydahl, Kelsey Dobie and Jean Winshaw.
Sophie Labuschange, from Claremont; a previous contributing author to the Foodies of South Africa cookbooks, Julie Brown, from Greyton; and Bridget Lamont, from Newlands.
Deon Volschenk, from Vredehoek, and Declan Hollywood, from Camps Bay.
Sarah Pepworth, of Claremont, and Mumtaaz Jordaan, of Pinelands are part of the Kitchen Shortcuts team.
Ellen Magama, of Wynberg Girls’ High School, with Alison Trotter, of Pinelands, who is the Cape Town facilitator of Bokamoso Education Trust.