I have been going to Kamersvolgenskenke for years and I have always enjoyed it. This year’s Cape Town event took place at the Webersburg Wine Estate and I found it a lovely venue for this wonderful Christmas market.
I have especially fond memories of my first visit to Kamersvolgeskenke. It took place at Simondium Wine Estate. My friend, Marianne and I went. Entrance was free and for R20 we attended a cooking demonstration by Vicky de Beer. She demonstrated a Christmas lunch and I still have the recipes from that cooking demo. She was (and I think still is) the food editor of Rooi Rose. She asked who among us knew the name of the celebrity that was on the front page of the latest Rooi Rose. As I am in love with all magazines – and read far more of them in a month than is probably wise – I knew the answer, which was Anneline Kriel. I won a “paint tin” filled with NOMU products and that was when my love affair with NOMU’s products started.
While the Cape Town Kamersvolgeskenke is done for another year, Pretorianers can still visit Kamers as it is currently ongoing at Irene in Pretoria. I definitely recommend paying a visit as there are numerous beautiful and authentic handmade items for sale.
The beautiful view at Webersburg Wine Estate:
Beautiful confectionary for sale:
Loads of cute and beautiful eateries:
I would like to thank Tuis magazine for sponsoring my tickets to this year’s Kamersvolgenskenke.