Conversations around food extends beyond cooking and eating, but also includes techniques, planning and even the company in which the food is consumed. 702/Cape Talk's Eusebius McKaiser (standing-in for Redi Tlhabi) engaged the two powerhouses on their thoughts regarding the matter and everything else in between, but mostly - being a foodie.
Karima Brown is a veteran journalist, political analyst and recently resigned as former Chief Information Officer at Independent Media. Vashni Jagannath is a history lecturer at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.
Listen to the conversation below:
I like taking what people call the tougher part of the meat but cooking it very slowly because all the flavours are in there.— Karima Brown, political analyst
If you take a city like Durban, there's a huge amount of market gardens so poor people in Durban always have access to cheaper vegetables in a way that you can't in Joburg and Cape Town.— Vashni Jagannath, Rhodes University lecturer