Friday, August 23, 2019

Do you have the best koesisters? Join the search ahead of World Koesister Day


The first ‘Koeksister Day’ will be announced by Cape Malay cookbook author Cariema Isaacs prepares ‘koesisters’ at a ‘koek off’ at Radisson RED.


Cape Town foodies will be licking their lips in anticipation of the first-ever Malay World “Koesister Day” (they differ from traditional koeksisters) competition following Sunday, emphasising the importance of food and community in a method that is proudly Capetonian. This kicks off Heritage Month, celebrates the tradition of “koesisters” and will see the “kwaiest koesister” walk away with an outstanding prize to the worth R12000.

Co-founder of Vannie Kaap Marc Jacobs announced the introductory World Koesister Day by the latest “koek off” between Chef Naseer Abdullah and renowned Cape Malay cookbook author Cariema Isaacs. The Cape Malay “koesisters” will be judged by judges such as the co-owner of Vannie Kaap Marc Jacobs, RED’s kitchen lead, and chef Naseer, who has also vowed to buy fresh “koesisters” from the winner to serve at the hotel every Sunday between 10am and noon.

The Radisson RED Hotel V&A Waterfront with local brand Vannie Kaap, will be hosting the event. In Heritage Month the hotel will also present the Cape Town Corner: a speciality menu of five Cape Malay-inspired dishes.

By: Ellouise Muller


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