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PLATTERS AVAILABLE ON ORDER!

SNACK PLATTER:R450 per platter serving 10-12 peopleBASIC ITEMS:Humus Sweet chilli cream cheeseCracker selectionStoneground brown seed loafThen add any 4 items below: Meat selection:24 x Hickory ham rolls 12 x Chicken kebab 24 x Mini "frikadelle" 24 x Mini venison boerewors lollipops​Vegetarian selection:  24 x Tomato, mozzarella and basil...
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The Well Family Meals make life easier!

The Well Family Meals make life easier!
Chef Dennis Strydom has been tasked with producing healthy, flavourful meals to be enjoyed at home with the minimum of fuss."I love these family favourites and only use the best local ingredients and have added hidden veggies wherever possible," he says. Just add a starch and a salad, and supper is ready!Our The Well What's App group is the best wa...
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Blueprint for Parenting with Norm Wakefield

Norm Wakefield is becoming a household name in the circles of d'Olyfboom Family Estate and Family Tree Leadership Academy. He is a seasoned speaker with many successful conferences and workshops under his belt but more importantly: he is an amazing father and just loves sharing his knowledge with fathers and mothers who are looking to make the most...
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Festive Semi-Freddo

Festive Semi-Freddo
Makes +- 2 litersIngredients: 250g fruit cake mix50g green glace cherries cut in half50g red glace cherries cut in half1 tsp cinnamonHalf cup brandy1 cup strong rooibos tea3 eggs2 egg yolksHalf scraped vanilla pod or 5ml vanilla essence 200g castor sugar500ml creamHalf cup pecan nuts chopped (optional) Method: Place the fruit cake mix, cherries, ci...
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Q&A with chef, Dennis Strydom

Q&A with chef, Dennis Strydom
Dennis Strydom recently joined the d'Olyfoom team as Head Chef of The Well. We spent some time with him to find out why he loves what he does, how he came to be a chef and some other interesting facts. Q: Tell us a little bit about your career before you came to d'Olyfboom? A: I come from a family where food is important and my childhood memories o...
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