SASKO celebrates Heritage Month with Mzansi Bread campaign
Issued by The Jupiter Drawing Room on behalf of SASKO - Aug 23rd, 15:12
Do you know your Kota from your Gatsby from your Bunny Chow? Most South Africans across the country can explain the difference and also what ingredients to pop inside to make them stand out and even more moreish than the next one.
But success starts at the beginning and the best Mzansi meal starts with the best bread.
This Heritage Month, SASKO - a truly South African brand that has been around for over 80 years - is celebrating the unique ways South Africans enjoy bread with the launch of its Mzansi Bread campaign.
While many South Africans believe there is nothing better than their city’s signature dish, SASKO wants to treat their fans to a culture swap and have them experience a different way of enjoying the Mzansi bread culture in a different province.
From 21 August to 11 September, bread connoisseurs can head to www.saskomzansibread.co.za to put forward their recommendations of what ingredients to add to a Kota, Gatsby and Bunny Chow. The three winners will demonstrate their dish on Expresso for Heritage Day before they head off to spend a weekend in one of the other’s city. While there, they’ll experience a culture swap digging into that city’s signature bread dish and what makes it an iconic Mzansi meal.
Hansa Golden Crisp, a bespoke beer designed for unisex appeal, has been launched by The South African Breweries.
Transform traditional trifle into a red velvet Christmas confection by adding vanilla cream cheese filling and seasonal berries.
New Fitch & Leedes Spicy Ginger Beer, the intrepid mixer with a sense of adventure from Chill Beverages International (Pty) Ltd, is taking the enjoyment of fine spirits to the next level.
Try these recipes
Bake up a batch of delicious biscuits and then have loads of fun making edible Christmas trees for the festive season. These make for great gifts or table pieces.
Keeps your breath minty fresh.
Zesty lemon cuts through the rich cream cheese creating the perfect bed for the delicate prawn and salmon flavours to rest on.
Replace fish with chicken mince, if you like.