Celebrating diversity with some yummy treats

 

Crawford Pre-Primary Sandton recently decided to have a heritage buffet to celebrate different cultures and the heritage of their children.

Each child brought a special dish that represents their roots and everyone was taken on a trip around the world. The dishes ranged from pap and sous, koeksisters, mealie bread, samoosas, pastéis de nata, alfajores to chilli bites.

The children’s palates were treated to a first class trip around the world and proved that cultures can unite in the heart of Joburg.

What do you think is a typical South African meal? Share your stories with us on the Sandton Chronicle Facebook page

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