We are Tebo and Lebo Ndala. We are born and bred in Pretoria, South Africa. After finishing high school in Pretoria, we moved to Stellenbosch to study culinary arts at the Hurst Campus and graduated at the end of 2014. We then moved to the United States for a few months and studied through the University of California Los Angeles Extension for extra credit.
We love cooking, we absolutely love what we do. Our passion grows with every experience we have. We currently work in the food and media industry, preparing to be the best food editors and food stylists in the world!!! We are not just chefs, we are creators and artists.
We have a company called “With Love From The Twins” and that’s our other passion. We host pop up restaurants, cater for private functions, and cutie pie parties, it’s a lot of fun. We are a two-women team but we eventually want to be become huge and create jobs for other people who share the same passion or who are hungry to learn – literally!!. And with the company we are aiming to be the biggest brand the world has ever seen. In addition, we also want to be a source of inspiration and we want to become great teachers.
We are very compassionate about children, nutrition, mental and physical growth and good health. Our natural instinct is to feed people and because we live in a continent so badly affected by poverty, we feel it is our responsibility to do something about it. Our ultimate goal is to teach Africa to feed itself.
Prep time: 1h30-2hrs
never be too intimidated making meringues, it’s really not that bad and if you really want to know if you whipped your egg whites…Read more »
Prep time: 25-30 mins
I (Lebo) am not really a fan of chicken livers, so this recipe is all Tebo. When they have chicken livers for…Read more »
I AINT GONNA DO IT!!!
Lol, how many of us workout for instagram and take bomb pics and call it a day for the rest of the…Read more »
We HATED sports. Lol, anything to do with running, walking a little faster
than usual, anything that raises the heart rate… yo, we were not about
Here’s a look at our Durban leg of our food stories book launch.
It’s always nerve wrecking going to a new city, you never know how you’ll…Read more »
Prep time: 40-50 mins
Egusi Soup – The original Nigerian Egusi recipe is delicious but making this soup is not really an easy process (for us)…Read more »
Can you believe we are actresses now ?! ☺️☺️lol. Ok, not really but… we were asked to do a feature as “celebrity judges” for a Kasi…Read more »