In these times of mass production, it is rewarding to find people who still take the time to design, craft and inspire. The Magaliesberg Biosphere is brimming with such talent and innovation.
“Choux Pastry Platters” and the “Bushveld Cuisine” are both quirky and fun. Here is a team that manages to take the stress out of functions.
Michelle Panos and Lynda Dean teamed up two decades ago to create a catering and events company with an African flair. The pair was set on a path to success when they won 2nd place in the acclaimed ‘Bush Banquet Challenge’, endorsed by the La Chaine des Rotisseurs. They competed against the likes of Royal Malewane, Londolozi and Singita - underlining their confidence in their product and talent. This is what you can also learn from Bushveld Cuisine!.
Bush Cuisine Place Setting
“No fancy hi-tech kitchens and frightening gadgets, our cookery school takes the myth out of cooking,” says Michelle. Bushveld Cuisine combines the best of updated classics and bushveld favourites to create "an eclectic gastronomical explosion for your taste buds!"
Years of catering and decorating for functions required a constant supply of fresh ideas. “Choux Pastry Platters” brings that inspiration home.
“If you want to give a unique gift, host a tea party that inspires or just want to give yourself a real lift with your 10 o’clock tea, choose something that suits your personality” says Michelle. The outrageous hand crafted Choux Pastry Platters are unique! Purchase a matching sugar bowl, tea pot and milk jug with each platter.
Find Michelle and her crafty team in the Oori Nature Reserve. Email Michelle to find out about the next cookery course, or to view hand crafted décor items.