Eat, Live, Love… at our exclusive ladies morning
Delicious food, wine, coffee and loads of inspiration. This was the theme of the morning at our Get It Pretoria Magazine Eat, Live Love event that took place at the Capital Hotel School today.
The morning was kicked off with the most decadent Tiramisu cake from Chateau Gateaux paired with Amaretto coffee whereafter guests were inspired with a talk from Leni Hamilton from Hikers Paradise about setting goals (a bucketlist if you will) and achieving those goals.
Next up was a lesson about spices, given by Geet Indian Restaurant’s Gita Jivan. “It’s all about surrendering to one’s self and connecting with the cosmic energy and yourself,” Gita explained. Pretoria’s own spice-guru showed guests how to identify different spices and how to identify with it.
Did you know that turmeric can be used as a natural antibiotic? Simply rub it onto a cut and it will seal the wound.
Gita showed guests how to cook Chicken Biryani and Dal Makhani and paired it with Barnardt Boyes and Carrol Boyes Red and White Dorp Street wines.
To add to the theme of love, Maryke Groenewald from Life Purpose Coaching spoke a bit about finding love.
And to round off the morning, guests indulged in an traditional Indonesian dish called Nasi Goreng paired with Papillon Chardonnay Pinot Noir Brut Sparkling Wine.
A big thank you to all the guests that attended as well as our sponsors: Hikers Paradise, Life Purpose Coaching, Geet Indian Restaurant, Capital Hotel School, Is Moz Bos, Chateau Gateaux, Carrol Boyes, Gosh Copenhangen SA, Zoowear, Sanlam and Dust Designs.
See who attended the event.
Adri Bouwer and Gita Jivan.
Markye Groenewald and Lizelle Classen.
Cecile De Klerk and Joyce Phasha.
Suevra Van Veenhuyzen and Annamarie Van Rensburg.
Sunette Visser and Lindelwa Mahonga.