Sneak Peek: October 2018 Issue

28 Sep Sneak Peek: October 2018 Issue

Fun in the Sun!

It’s hot and it’s time to enjoy the sunshine with OUT OF AFRICA.
Most of us can all agree it’s a fabulous time of the year. Top of list is a warm (hot) breeze, water and a shady spot to enjoy with friends and family. Living outdoors is one of the highlights of being in Zimbabwe.

Calling all braai enthusiasts! The Taste Kitchen has a bonanza collection of different recipes to tempt you this month. Succulent steaks to grilled sticky halloumi skewers -fire up the coals and get outdoors with us. We also have a round up of tools and accessories – no braai is possible without them!
Make sure you also try our range of burger recipes- different flavours not to be missed! Halloween is also a great time to get the kids involved in some ghoulish baking fun.

We have a myriad of travel ideas and tips this month – from the Travel Notes, to our selection of camping spots. We also go as far as Nepal in this issue, with an interesting trekking adventure.
One of my favourite trends has to be TROPICANA -a riot and explosion of colour, fauna, flora and patterns of all things beachy and cool. Soak up our selection for both home and fashion inside this month’s issue.

Have FUN IN THE SUN from everyone at OUT OF AFRICA

 

Features this month:

  • Top 5 Camping Spots

    Top 5 Camping Spots

    Step out of your comfort zone and discover these camping spots that will make you forget all about luxury.

  • Halloween Fun

    Halloween Fun

    Frightfully fun recipes to make with children this October from Taste Kitchen.

  • Sizzling Braai Essentials

    Sizzling Braai Essentials

    Be the ultimate braai master with these grilling tools and accessories.

  • Organic Chemistry

    Organic Chemistry

    A home decorated by two close friends finds its refreshingly cliché-free feel through a craft-inspired aesthetic, one-off finds and colourful artwork.

  • 8 Workout Mistakes

    8 Workout Mistakes

    Scott Gray tells you how to get in shape without hurting your body.

  • Waterwise Colours

    Waterwise Colours

    These plants grow effortlessly in low-water conditions and bloom in an array of colours.