18 Aug 2021 Kids’ Food Workshops Every Saturday and Sunday children from the ages of five to 10 can attend workshops in our Makers Landing Demo Kitchen. 21 + 22 August: create edible fairy and gnome gardens 28 + 29 August: bake harbour and fish cookies From R120. Tickets allow children from marginalised communities to be subsidised to join. Class capacity: 15 Cape to Cairo Cooking Class Join plant-based foodie Jane Nshuti of Tamu By Jane and recipe developer Mary Fawzy for a culinary lunchtime adventure, where you will learn to cook an Egyptian vegan mezze feast. Sunday 22 August, 12 – 3pm R550. Includes lunch and goodies to take home. Follow @tamubyjane Women in Food Dialogues The series of Women in Food Dialogues, curated by Studio H and presented in partnership with Woolworths, Makers Landing and the V&A Waterfront has already hosted conversations around food culture in the South African context, mental wellness and self-care and how to build a food business. The next conversation, led by Makers Landing lead curator Hannerie Visser, will include Nolu Roxwana (Ukhamba Beerworx), Nikki (Sweet LionHeart) and Michele Minstry (Indikaap), and will be titled ‘What does success look like for you?’ Follow @studio_h_ Vinyl Fair The V&A Waterfront Record Fair will see over 3,000 vinyl records go on sale, from 18 passionate traders and long-time collectors. Keep an eye on our social media pages to find out more. Saturday 28 August Monthly pop-up market Our first monthly Makers Landing Incubator Market will pop up in the first weekend of September, introducing you to the innovative food products and dishes created by past and present members of our incubator programme. The launch market will include Kasi Kuisine, The Charming Chef, The Wrapper Co, Wild Yeast, Amma’s Creamery, Mondvol Soet, Sweet as Pie, Honeycomb Eatery, Slow & Low, Frikkadeli and more. 4 + 5 September Free entry Follow @makerslanding Meet Our New Makers We’re excited to announce two new talents joining our Makers Landing family: Ooh Fudge Dessert Bar and Charm’s Kitchen. You’re going to love what they’re serving! Ooh Fudge, founded by Zulfa Cassiem, was one of Makers Landing’s first incubator enterprises. The business has been running for five years, producing a range of decadently creative, Halaal-certified, chocolate-based fudge flavours. The Ooh Fudge Dessert Bar at Makers Landing debuts Zulfa’s delicious desserts, including waffles, sundaes and fudge brownies. Charm’s Kitchen is Charmaine Govender-Koen’s way of celebrating Durban’s rich Indian culinary heritage, which she grew up with. Her moreish menu of fresh and frozen home-cooked meals shows off her contemporary twist on spicy flavours, with a dishes that will change according to the season.