‘Ready Steady Cook South Africa’: Moshe Ndiki hosts new show

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South African media personality Moshe Ndiki will be hosting cooking show 'Ready Steady Cook South Africa'.

Moshe Ndiki will be hosting a new daily cooking show titled Ready steady Cook South Africa to be aired on S3 from Monday to Friday at 19:00. There will be a top Mzansi chef on two different sides – the Red Tomato and Green Pepper split into the Red Kitchen and Green Kitchen. Enthusiastic home cooks will then be given a mystery bag of everyday ingredients delivered by Mr D. The contestants then have a boiling hot 20-minute cook off.

The show is based on the long-running BBC show represented worldwide by the media and entertainment powerhouse Banijay.

“While the dramatic battle between Team Red Tomato and Team Green Pepper is packed with suspense, it’s also sprinkled with star power and non-stop fun. Simultaneously, the show addresses a nagging question many viewers grapple with every day: ‘What’s for dinner tonight,” she continued.

Source: Entertainment Trends (entertainmenttrends.net)


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