This is a delicious, true Indian Curry Recipe that has been in our family for years. I added a couple of things to make it even better. Read more
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Rebecca Coetzee visited Maliba in February and took some great photo while she was there. She sent them to us to enter our “photo of the month” competition and we think this particular one is worthy of a prize.
A big thank you to Rebecca for sending us this image. Rebecca has won herself a Maliba Mountain Lodge peak cap which we will be sending to her shortly.
- 2 Cleaned Chicken Breasts
- 1 Paddle of Garlic grated
- 1 Lemon
- Pinch of salt, Black Pepper
- 1tsp Dijon Mustard
- 30g finely chopped mixed Peppers ( Red, Yellow, Green)
- 2 Black Olives Chopped
- 1 tsp of finely chopped Fresh Coriander
- 3 tsp of Honey
We recently returned from our trip to Africa during which we visited Maliba Lodge (January 22-24). We saw the notice about your photo competition and I thought I would submit this one.
Flower of the month (March 2012) – Protea subvestita
Common name: Lipflower protea / sugarbush
Qhoza, Zulu: Isiqalaba
Borrowed Qhoza name by Basotho: Seqalaba se sesoeu
Steven (from Maliba Lodge) (wearing one of the iSangoma’s head-dresses) accompanied us on a visit to the village and the local Medicine woman. Some of her ‘lotions & potions’ are visible in the background.
A big thank you to Pamela for sending us this image. Pamela has won herself a Maliba Mountain Lodge peak cap which we will be sending to her shortly.
Flower of the month (February 2012)
Disa cephalotes subsp. cephalotes
Maliba Lodge Mountain Lodge message:
Alpine plants in their environment can look spectacular, when we talk of alpine plants we do not mean the alpine plants found in the Alps, but those specialist species that grow above the tree line (alpine belt). Here much harsher living conditions prevail than in the valleys. Read more