THEY went from frantic to calm to frantic again, but at the end of an intense cooking experience Martinette Magnee triumphed over Dallas Land to claim the Kitchen Maestro 2013 title.
PORT Elizabeth wine lovers let their hair down for a fun night of fine wine and dining at the Weekend Post’s inaugural Wine & Dine evening last weekend.
WITH two weekends to spare before Christmas, there is still time to make some homely, food gifts for friends rather than rushing out for store-bought ones.
THE Kitchen Maestro 2013 champion is about to be crowned! Will it be creative kitchen dynamo Dallas Land of Jeffreys Bay or cool, calm and quietly confident Martinette Magnee of Walmer Heights in Port Elizabeth?
AUDIENCE participation was taken to a whole new level during the third cook-off of the Kitchen Maestro competition at the Walmer Park Shopping Centre in Port Elizabeth this past weekend.
IF INNOVATIVE flavour combinations are your thing then circle Saturday November 23 on your calendar, when Weekend Post will host a not-to-be-missed Wine & Dine event in Port Elizabeth.
COOKING on Come Dine With Me South Africa for a group of complete strangers while being filmed for national television turned out to be a breeze for Walmer mum and landscape artist Sarah Stevens.
AN INTENSE fourth and penultimate round of the Walmer Park Shopping Centre Kitchen Maestro competition saw 34-year-old Chenel Robey of Walmer Downs in Port Elizabeth securing her spot in the semifinals. Robey, a Sharepoint developer contracted to the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, is no stranger to the Kitchen Maestro competition, having previously entered last year.
IT WAS third time lucky for Dallas Land of Jeffreys Bay, the fifth and final semi-finalist in the annual Kitchen Maestro Competition.
LATE-NIGHT radio presenter Drew Serfontein talked and cooked his way into winning this week’s Port Elizabeth episode – one of three filmed in the city – of Come Dine With Me South Africa.