Meet the chefs taking part in Gauteng’s first Plant Powered Show … including Chef Zola Nene, Wandile Mabaso, Chef Jessica Munisamy and many more
It’s all systems go for Gauteng’s first Plant Powered Show which takes place at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre from Friday, August 4, to Sunday, August 6.
Several top South African chefs and personalities as well as an award-winning UK chef will take to the stage when The Plant Powered Show returns to the Cape Town International Convention Centre from May 26 to 28.
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Don’t miss Africa’s premier plant-based food, drink and conscious living event
The Plant Powered Show is offering all small businesses, producers and entrepreneurs in the vegan, plant-based and conscious living space a specially priced show package…
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Just some of the highlights of this three day event, on the line-up which includes demonstrations by leading chefs, masterclasses and an impressive speaker programme.
One of the highlights of this three day event, which is aimed at those looking to live and enjoy a healthier, more conscious and sustainable lifestyle, has to be the programme of exciting and informative Masterclasses, which will feature well-informed chefs and award-winning mixologists hosting interactive hands-on food and drink workshops.
… and promises to be a fun-filled, entertaining and informative experience the whole family can enjoy!
South Africa’s culinary sweetheart and MasterChef South Africa judge Zola Nene will be joining the show’s alumni, Andriëtte de la Harpe and Tarryn de Kock, at The Plant Powered Show which takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from May 27 to 29.
Chef Mokgadi Itsweng is determined to disprove the myth that healthy food is expensive while also showcasing both indigenous South African ingredients and plant-forward dishes.
MasterChef Australia contestant Simon Toohey was a huge hit when he took part in the online Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show which was held in November 2020 to great success. Now the charmingly urbane and popular chef is back for The Plant Powered Show which takes place at the end of May.
Top South African and international chefs and food personalities will be taking to the stage when The Plant Powered Show comes to Cape Town in May.
The South African Chefs Association (SA Chefs) and The Plant Powered Show (TPPS) has launched a culinary competition where the winner will share a platform with top professional and celebrity chefs at The Plant Powered Show.
It’s finally here! The Plant Powered Show takes place this year at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from Friday, May 27, to Sunday, May 29.
The Plant Powered Show (TPPS) proudly returns to Cape Town next year following its hugely successful debut last year.
South Africa’s much anticipated inaugural Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show (FVPPS) took place recently and proved to be hugely successful.
South Africa’s much anticipated inaugural Festive Vegan & Plant Powered Show (FVPPS) took place online recently and proved to be hugely successful.
Some of the world’s leading proponents of a plant based and vegan lifestyle will be taking part in the Festive Vegan and Plant Powered Show (FVPPS), which takes place online on Saturday, November 28.
A number of South Africa’s leading chefs and food personalities – as well as some of their global counterparts – are set to demonstrate their culinary prowess at the Festive Vegan and Plant Powered Show (FVPPS), which takes place online on Saturday, November 28.