CapeTalk Small Business Awards

Do you want to learn how to make a delicious meal? Enter Ginger and Lime…

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2015's Small Business Awards with CapeTalk and Sage One.

Denise Cowburn Levy is the owner of Ginger and Lime which was officially established about a year ago although the process started three years prior.

Ginger and Lime offers food lovers an opportunity to explore their passion for food and cooking, and satisfies a desire to learn new skills in the kitchen.

Cowburn has always had passion for cooking, but pursued other ventures before deciding to follow her passion.

She is a seasoned traveller that is fascinated by flavours of the world.

Even without professional training Cowburn still manages to prepare mouth-watering dishes.

This makes Ginger and Lime an ideal place to prepare and enjoy a good meal.

We have some people who really want to get their hands dirty. They want to chop, they want to stir the curry, they want to taste and that is fantastic. Others just want to sip wine and chat to like-minded people.

Denise Cowburn

All these happenings are taking place at Denise's home - 2B Ave Disandt, Fresnaye, Cape Town.

An evening at Ginger and Lime cost R475.00 and that includes eight different courses and drinks.

Denise can be contacted on: 083 251 6282

Denise Cowburn was nominated by Sue Sherlock.

Listen to the audio for John Maytham's interview of Ginger and Lime owner Denise Cowburn Levy:


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