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By  | Apr 21, 2021, 05:04 PM  | Somizi Mhlongo  | Top of The

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Somizi Mhlongo is kicking the 'old' out to the curb and welcoming the new - into his cookhouse. The media personality is showing some massive support to Moshe Ndiki for his newest business venture. This after trying out his new spice range, Moshe's Kitchen and giving him free publicity.

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The I Am Not A Chef author shared a very appetizing recipe using two of Moshe's spices. Since it was his first time trying them out, he told the comedian and now businessman that his products better be good.

The meal he was preparing included spinach and ricotta ravioli with a meatball sauce. He added Moshe's spices to his meatballs and they were the thyme and BBQ.

Commenting on the video, Moshe wrote, "You’re honestly the best person I know," he said with teary eyed emojis. His business's IG page also thanked Som Som for showing them support by saying, "We love you so much. Bon apetit."

The spices were hand delivered to Somgaga by the man himself and he expressed how proud he is of Moshe, "Super dooper proud of my nana @moshendiki on his new business venture @moshes_kitchen me support this local brand," he encouraged.

Launching his spices, Moshe said, "Food to me is my love communication and I am grateful to have shared this part of myself with you. For me, this is an opportunity to restore the traditional notions of family, in remembrance and honour of the warm bonds created in our homes every time we sit down to share a meal. We hope to take you back to that love and inspire you to continue the tradition in your home with every meal,” he wrote on Instagram.

In a statement, he said food has always been a calling to him, “It was a no-brainer to have found my calling in the food industry. I remember sitting and thinking to myself about five years ago, what can I do to honour my mother, to honour the memories we shared with my aunts, uncles, and cousins around the dinner table, the passion to serve the ones we love.

“That's when I discovered the art of spices, flexible and versatile, a wonder of creativity, the one thing that makes a dish extraordinary. And this was the birth of Moshe's Kitchen,” Ndiki said.

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