‘Kokkedoor’ at first Jazzy, Boozy Cheezy Affaire at Addo

2015-09-17 06:00
=Chef Mynhardt Joubert will be joining floral artist Fayette Scherwinski to provide a sensory sensation at the first Jazzy, Boozy, Cheezy (JBC) Affaire festival AT Africanos Country Estate outside Addo.
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=Chef Mynhardt Joubert will be joining floral artist Fayette Scherwinski to provide a sensory sensation at the first Jazzy, Boozy, Cheezy (JBC) Affaire festival AT Africanos Country Estate outside Addo. Photo: SUPPLIED

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Popular television personality and chef Mynhardt Joubert will be joining forces with Port Elizabeth floral artist Fayette Scherwinski to provide a sensory sensation at the first Jazzy, Boozy, Cheezy (JBC) Affaire.

The two will be demonstrating how tastes, smells and sight should be combined in a dining experience at two shows a day during the weekend of September 26 and 27.

Hosted at the luxurious Africanos Country Estate outside Addo in the picturesque Sundays River Valley, the JBC Affaire will feature live jazz all day from many of Port Elizabeth’s top musicians, as well as a smorgasbord of tastes.

Funny man Gino Fabbri will be adding to the entertainment on Saturday, while local chef Grace Duckworth will be joining Joubert and Scherwinski on Sunday.

Joubert is well known as one of the winners of the first kykNET Kokkedoor series.

The demonstrations will pair food with scents and flower art centred around the neroli scent – which is produced from the bitter orange.

Inspiring the neroli theme are the millions of citrus trees which will be flowering late in September.

A heady scent will greet guests long before they arrive at the Africanos Country Estate, which borders on an orchard.

“It really is one of the best times of the year to get out into the beautiful countryside,” says JBC Affaire organiser Jenni Honsbein.

More treats for the taste buds will be fine wines, full-bodied craft beers, aromatic coffee, local hand-crafted cheeses, artisan chocolates, oysters, sushi and more.

“Many of the top estates in the country will be represented at the JBC,” she says

Beer lovers will be able to savour some of the country’s finest craft brews, some of which are new to the Sundays River Valley.

Special accommodation packages will be available from Africanos and other guest houses and boutique hotels in the Sundays River Valley.

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