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  1. on 05 Mar 2009 at 12:15 pm Marla

    Oh good maybe you are coming back. I was quite concerned when the site seemed to have been abandoned. Glad you’re still around.

  2. on 06 Mar 2009 at 3:53 am African Vanielje

    Marla, good to hear from you. I have not been able to access my site for several months, but the fabulous Andrea (andreas recipes) is helping me out and we are doing a bit of a revamp and then I’ll be back on track again. WOuld that I had the discipline and dedication (and technical know how) of you and all my other favourite bloggers, but I hope to back visiting and writing soon.

  3. on 08 Jul 2009 at 6:05 am Monika Tschan

    Can you please send me your adresse.
    Thanks, Monika

  4. on 13 Feb 2010 at 10:01 am Colleen

    Hi there Inge,
    It has been so long since I last saw your blog, I lost it for awhile but someone gave it to me again today…don’t know if you remember me but I sent in an entry for your Apples & Thyme series a few years ago. It was in the days before I was blogging myself. Are you still blogging? And are you in the UK or in Africa these days?

    I am busy organizing the first SA Food Bloggers Conference in Cape Town and thought if you were over here you might be interested in attending. Here is the link for more information….it is a work in progress but the general information is all on there….

    http://sa-food-blogging-conference.blogspot.com/

    Hugs to you,
    Colleen xx

  5. on 05 May 2010 at 12:58 pm Renza

    Hello Inge

    Oh my word, I came across your blog by accident and what a delight! We should combine powers even if it’s just brain power. I luv your stuff. Busy creating some funky cakes…..check my blog in a few weeks. So nice to see a fellow creative South African foodie.

    Thanks for your inspirational food art!

    Renza

  6. on 04 Aug 2010 at 8:21 pm Roxanne

    Hi I wanted to ask about the pear pecan pie recipe; is the recipe for the pie or the frangipane or is it the same? then you make a syurp and pour over the pie before you serve right? you have three differnt pictures on the recipe and I was not sure if you were just showing different presentations…. I would really appreciate your time and answers. I have been looking for this recipe for years and I want it to look like the first photo on the reciep. Thanks again

    Roxanne

  7. on 14 Apr 2011 at 9:08 am Susan

    Hi Inge,
    Just found your blog recently. I was delighted to see something so familiar, Kalk Bay restaurant Kassia and Figg!! I am an SA local, from Kommetjie to be exact! Love your site! I have a question… You made a comment that you make your own marzipan, would you be willing to share your recipe?? Pretty please!!
    Regards,
    Susan

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