CELEB CHEFS INTRO TASTES OF THE WORLD WHILE GIVING BACK

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Ever wanted to spoil yourself and do something good for someone else? It is possible with the latest, innovative campaign from Col’Cacchio Pizzeria where R5 of each new pizza sold is donated to CANSA or Gift of the Givers.

You can now be transported to another country without even leaving their city with the latest offering from Col’Cacchio Pizzeria. Being the first to follow international trends right here in South Africa, Col’Cacchio added an Indian versus Cape Malay option to their menu with the influence of Indian tastemaker Naqiyah Mayat and Cape Malay Queen, Fatima Sydow.

The two celebrity chefs are equally excited about the challenge of combining the flavours of their heritage with pizza.

“I am honoured to partner with Col’Cacchio Pizzeria in taking South Africans on a flavour journey to my ancestral heritage with the taste of sweet and sour, slow-cooked meat and bay leaves which all result in a true Cape Malay flavour explosion,” Fatima Sydow, Cape Malay cooking queen and cookbook author, said.

A big part of the initiative is that each celebrity chef selected an organisation to give back to and make a difference. With every Denning pizza from Sydow sold, R5 will be donated to CANSA for reasons very close to her own heart. Sydow is currently battling cancer and wants to make this a very powerful partnership.

For Naqiyah Mayat, cookbook author, the Travel the World campaign is the perfect opportunity to showcase Indian cuisine with a twist.

“I love marrying concepts and with the Keema pizza I brought together Indian flavours and spices – with a Turkish influence. It presents lamb mince with cucumber raita and lots and lots of coriander,” Mayat said.

With every Keema pizza from Mayat sold, R5 will be donated to Gift of the Givers in support of humanitarian aid to disaster areas.

We would really appreciate your support in order to raise money for CANSA and Gift of the Givers.

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