Somizi strives to stand by Tito Mboweni in his kitchen business
Somizi Mhlongo is on a mission to assist minister Tito Mboweni to improve his kitchen cooking skills.
The minister always posts pictures of the various foods he eats and let’s just say his plates of food make Mzansi’s stomachs turn.
Minister Tito Mboweni is understood for posting out of the standard dishes on social media and gets called out for his excessive use of garlic in his meals. to not forget the massive consumption of tinned pilchard fish and peppers. This time, he cooked fricassee and pap, hoping that it impressed the masses.
He did not get a thumbs up from Mzansi therefore, Somgaga’s urgent got to intervene. When the minister posted his food, he announced that he is going to be headed to Limpopo to cook food at Uhuru Cafe and Wine Emporium. Before he departs to Somgaga has made it his mission to urge hold of Tito and help him improve his cooking skills.
“South Africa I’m on a mission…I call it FINDING TITO, because wow the last dish he posted needs my intervention,” said Somizi.
Somgaga announced this morning that he has found Tito and it’s like we are certainly a treat. “South Africa thank u I’ve found @tito_mboweni.”
The Idols SA judge has the right amount of data when it involves cuisines. He has his own cooking show on 1Magic called Dinner At Somizi’s and he recently just penned his recipes to paper with the launch of his cookbook Dinner At Somizi’s: I’m Not A Chef.
“Finally, I’m excited to inform you that my book is finally complete. Done, signed, sealed, and may be delivered to you. The book isn’t released yet but soon to be released in but a fortnight. you have a chance to pre-order. attend CNA’s website, I might like to break records. But I cannot break records without you,” said Somizi.
“Dinner At Somizi’s: I’m Not A Chef, that the title of the book. it’s available altogether the CNA’s across the border. Here’s a difference between you ordering now and later. The book remains an equivalent, the worth is R295. The difference is that you simply stand an opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid experience to the launch of the book. you will be the primary person to urge a signed book, an image with Somizi.”
Somgaga’s book is going to be available in-store on December 3, 2020, and it’s selling at R295 per copy.
Is this approved? Progress? I think so. After a long day of hard work, I should settle for this. Right? pic.twitter.com/XtgKW5RFp6
— Tito Mboweni (@tito_mboweni) November 30, 2020