Father’s Day Celebration with Knorr and J.Something

Two of South Africa’s most loved brands – Knorr’s What’s For Dinner in partnership with Pick n Pay, are teaming up to make life easier for moms and dads all over South Africa.

What’s For Dinner, which has South Africa’s biggest brand page on Facebook – with a whopping 9,595,000 likes, over 700,000 from South Africa alone, and with over 1.5million views on the www.whatsfordinner.co.za – visiting these sites has become a daily routine for millions of people across the country.Father's day poster

With simple, nutritious and inspiring recipes, What’s For Dinner is no longer a difficult question to answer – especially with the chance to enjoy an interactive cooking class with Knorr Brand Ambassador J’Something. Knorr believes that cooking delicious and nutritious meals should be within everyone’s reach, therefore, we have partnered with someone who is not a professional chef but rather a devotee of simple home-cooking like J’Something.

J’s love for simple, home-cooked meals has always been an important part of his life and he is excited to share his insights with busy moms and dads across Gauteng at one of the few of these events on 25th June 2015 at the Sp8ce- Unite 8, Straight centre-The Straight Rd, Pineslops.


At each event J’Something will demonstrate an array of Knorr What’s For Dinner recipes, but with his own “twist”. Recipes will be simple, seasonal and delicious – perfect for busy moms and dads that don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. Knorr What’s For Dinner recipes are based on the premise that you don’t have to be a chef to love to cook delicious and nutritious food, and the classes will take a light-hearted and entertaining approach to a range of seasonal, simple and mouth-watering recipes.

As J’Something explains, “The class will be a lot of fun and no doubt really insightful to the busy mom and dads. I invite you to join me and let’s answer that age-old question of “what’s for dinner” for a special Father’s day cooking class along side Bob Mabena.

Tickets will cost R200 per person and each guest will receive a Knorr goodie bag. Space is limited and bookings can be made through the SA Culinary Club info@saculinaryclub.co.za.


Author: Represent

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