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One Friday evening, after all the guests had left, Casey felt frustrated by the limited interaction of the guests due to seating arrangements.

This cultural route takes a positive look at the Cape's townships.

Meeting the locals and stopping for lunch in areas such as Khayelitsha and Guguletu, the tour looks at community schemes, businesses and innovative responses to township challenges.

As the indomitable Faldela Tolker demonstrates in her bright orange kitchen, this mix of influences resulted in distinctive Cape Malay dishes including mild, aromatic curries.

Visitors learn how to roll rotis, wrap samosas, make sambal (a tomato-and-onion side dish) and "cook with love" before feasting on a curry.

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