The popular artisanal night market, which takes place at the Tramways Building in Port Elizabeth on September 21, will have her treats on the menu and she is once again keen to impress with her culinary combinations.
Kepe and her team will offer delectable pulled pork roosterbrood, chicken burgers, pork belly with Asian slaw and out of this world spiced coffee-rubbed roast beef.
She described her food – which also includes tasty delights such as confit pork belly with hoisin sauce and citrus BBQ pulled pork – as a “fusion of everything” and said the secret was in their variety and diversity.
Her cooking dreams started as simple child’s play, but it was under the guidance of her grandmother that they became a reality.
One of six children, she grew up in the small village of Mlamli in the Transkei playing amandlwani (play house).
“I’ve always loved cooking and I was doing it as early as five years old. We’d use tins as pots and I used to go into the