Woolworths TASTE

Tamsin Snyman

because of my mom, Lannice Snyman. In standard five, we would bake chocolate brownies and make boerewors rolls at Saturday sports fixtures. Then, because my mom was writing recipes for her cookbooks, we needed to test. I would muck in and help. She was also the editor of and needed a sidekick for reviewing, so I have fond memories of eating at restaurants from the age of 13. Later, I would assist my aunt, Anne Klarie, who was one of the foremost food stylists in the country. I would bunk school, hop on a bus, put on an apron and join her at food shoots for extra money.

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