No Ramadan is complete without the latest copy of the Boeka Treats and Kayfee magazine, an annual publication by the Boorhaanol Islam Movement. In the 2016 Ramadan edition of the popular Boeka Treats, Capetonians will get something old and something new – the Boeka Treats 500 Series.
The team behind Boeka Treats have whipped up something magical this year – a hardcover consisting of four volumes which contains 500 previous recipes in different categories. There are also 108 updated recipes in Soups and Savouries, to start your classic collection. For the ‘foodie’, there are 150 pages of glossy pages of colour, enough to make anyone’s mouth drool.
For the news hungry reader, there is the insightful Kayfee magazine, which has the news, interviews, opinions and analysis from the Muslim community. Kayfee is a bi-annual magazine that aims to connect its readers to both their spiritual and global worlds. It looks at the Cape Muslim legacy with a critical lens in order to shape our future. Kayfee ponders the solutions and the stalemates of both the traditional and the emerging Muslim populations of the Cape.
Rather than promoting an insular mentality amongst Cape Muslims, the editorial team believes Kayfee can be a vehicle for transformation, diversity and tolerance in a world polarised by extremism and intolerance.
The books cost R150 per set and are available from the Boorhaanol movement on 021 424 1864. VOC