Killarney Mall August Final Friday Foodie Market

Calling all foodie lovers in Killarney? Join us for our Final Friday Foodie Market with The Lazy Makoti on the last Friday of August. Visit us on the 30th of August from 10 am - 3 pm.

The Final Friday Foodie Market brings you around the world experience enjoy your craving of choice from Indian, Mediterranean, Italian to Korean! We’ve got everything in store for you. Enjoy your favourite deli meats to Mediterranean cuisine with artisan bread and a little bit of everything in between.

Ladies lets make cooking easy! The Lazy Makoti will show you how!

The Lazy Makoti will be at Killarney Mall on the 30th of August to show you how to cook easy and fast dishes for the working women and look fabulous while doing it. Get your signed copy between 12h00 to 14h00. Enjoy our delicious and delectable foodie stands during your lunch break! You can purchase The Lazy Makoti Guide to the Kitchen from here

More about The Lazy Makoti:

"Mogau Seshoene founded The Lazy Makoti in 2014 after leaving the corporate world to focus on her love for food. What began as lessons for a friend, a bride-to-be who was afraid of being labelled “The Lazy Makoti” (the lazy daughter-in-law) because she couldn’t cook, evolved into a business, and inspired its name."

The Lazy Makoti’s Guide to the Kitchen:

"The straightforward recipes take you through breakfast basics, show-stopper seven-colour Sunday lunches, heart-warming soups and stews, sweet cheats and even traditional African favourites, just like gogo used to make them. Oh, and how to whip up amazing meals from leftovers (shhh… don’t tell the family)! No more excuses – it’s time to step into those domestic goddess stilettos."

Join Killarney Mall for their Final Friday Foodie Market with The Lazy Makoti on the 30th of August, from 10am to 3pm. #Conveniently Yours

Who is The Lazy Makoti?
"Mogau Seshoene founded The Lazy Makoti in 2014 after leaving the corporate world to focus on her love for food. What began as lessons for a friend, who was afraid of being labelled “The Lazy Makoti” (the lazy daughter-in-law) because she couldn’t cook, evolved into a business. Her straightforward recipes take you through breakfast basics, seven-colour Sunday lunches, and even traditional African favourites, just like gogo used to make them.

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From: 2019/08/30 - 2019/08/30

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