Spier Secret Dinner
SECRET DINNER: ROUSHANNA GRAY
Very excited to be a Spier Secret Dinner host! Because of the limited space at the venue there are only 12 seats available…dont miss out! And because of the small number of people attending the lunch, you can expect some very creative plating and flavour pairings to make your palate go wild….inspired by veld and sea.
Roushanna lives and works at the Good Hope Gardens Nursery in Cape Point. She teaches adults and children about indigenous edible foods and caters for pop-up events. Having been brought up with an eclectic mix of Cape Malay cooking, Jewish and Christian traditional feasts, and Steiner school harvest festivals, she has an ever-growing passion and love for food. Inspired by the local edible indigenous plant availability, she has been experimenting with the exciting flavours and diversity of Fynbos for the past eight years. The wide range of delicious and nutritious culinary offerings from the beautiful inter-tidal rock pools along our coastline also play a major role in her cooking and courses.
Learn more about Roushanna’s foraging adventures on the sites below:
- Foraging on MasterchefSA
- Interview on MasterChef SA
- Cooking with seaweed on the Expresso Breakfast Show
- Country Life Article
- Mail and Guardian article
- GAIA blog post
- Cape Times article
- Sustainable Seas Trust Article
Costs R400 per person. Only 12 ‘seats’ are available so book in advance to avoid disappointment.
We will confirm actual venue addresses via email closer to the date.
Posted on June 26, 2015, in events and tagged Cape Point, Cape Town Food, Foraging in Cape Town, pop up event, Roushanna Gray, Secret event, Spier Secret, Spier Secret Dinner, Wild food South Africa, Wild lunch, Wildfood catering, wildfood innovator, Wildfood pop-up event. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.