Africa On A Plate

December 2017
25:37

Season 1 Episode 11 - Tanzania: Zanzibar

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Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu learns that even though Zanzibar is part of Tanzania, its cuisine is uniquely its own; a fusion of Zanzibari & Mediterranean.
25:45

Season 1 Episode 10 - Honoring Elders: M'hudi Wine's Diale Rangaka

4.0 6 x
Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu has been inspired by people from all walks of life and will share those stories and a meal during this Elders Month special.
November 2017
21:48

Season 1 Episode 9 - Tanzania: Stone Town

4.0 7 x
Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu learns about spice history, culture and tea at the House of Spices.
25:48

Season 1 Episode 8 - Cooking Special: Holiday

4.0 7 x
Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu introduces us to a holiday feast including a turkey made his way.
25:44

Season 1 Episode 7 - Tanzania: Dar Es Salaam

3.0 5 x
Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu learns how Tanzanians are reinventing their culinary style by visiting Trinity Bar & Restaurant, where he learns how to make a Swahili fusion dish.
25:35

Season 1 Episode 6 - Zulu Nation

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Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu travels to the outskirts of Durban, where he learns more about his own cultural heritage at Phezulu Safari Park. He learns about the Zulu traditional way of life.
26:26

Season 1 Episode 5 - Durban

Expired 3.0 6 x
Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu is at home planning a traditional Indian meal for his sister in Durban after fulfilling his mission to find out how to make the perfect curry.
October 2017
21:46

Season 1 Episode 4

Expired 3.0 6 x
Host and Chef Lentswe Bhengu explores the surf culture in 'JBay, voted the 2nd best surf spot in the world and famous for its seafood.
25:31

Season 1 Episode 3

3.0 5 x
In South Africa's stunning wine capital, Host Lentswe Bhengu is put to the test at his alma mater and inspired by the the country's first black owned winery.
25:30

Season 1 Episode 2

Expired 3.0 10 x
Host Lentswe Bhengu hits the streets of the townships to experience the spirit of Ubuntu "we are one;" and he'll see firsthand how South Africans share their homebrew feast with street vendor crowds.
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