Some really fine food on Sound Bites with Edward Chamberlain-Bell on Radio Today Johannesburg.


By Edward Chamberlain-Bell

With Mother’s day just around the corner Edward Chamberlain-Bell says you need to plan ahead to do something special for your mother because last-minute shopping sprees at a 24-hour service station just doesn’t do the woman who gave you life justice. Barbara Gillman agrees that gesture doesn’t have to be expensive but paying attention to the finer details will win your mom over.

Sabine Seeger, General Manager for Clico Boutique Hotel has prepared a three course culinary masterpiece for the discerning mother who would loves fine food and imported champagne. Recently voted by a very discerning Eat Out panel of judges as one of the top seven fine dining restaurants in Johanesburg, they will be treating your mother to a truffled leek and potato espume; pan seared Scottish salmon with crushed lemon potatoes and baby asparagus followed by a decadent hot chocolate fondant served with a litchi sorbet and lemon thyme marinated raspberries. It’s an indulgence that your Mother will remember or that you can indulge yourself in too. www.clicohotel.com. If you’ve left your shopping a little too late then you will find a veritable treasure trove of gourmet delights for the mother who prefers to make her foodie treats herself at

www.finefood.co.za. They came highly recommended from some of the most discerning food cops who enjoy shopping online as much as they enjoy good dining. Best of all, Fine Food imports a range of international luxuries for South African and the export local treats around the world- perfect for reminding expats of what they’re missing. Listeners can also win a gift-box especially for all the mothers on Mother’s Day, courtesy of Mark Colebank from www.finefood.co.za. It makes a great gift for your mother, or a special treat to yourself.

The Food Cops is broadcast on Saturdays from 12h00 to 13h00 (GMT+2). Radio Today (@Radio2Day) broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and nationally on DStv Audio Channel 169. Radio Today streams on its website www.1485.org.za and 1485.mobi. Radio Today! Radio that Delivers!

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