if you’ve been a long time reader you’ll have noticed the many, many redesigns i have undertaken on a whim around here. luckily the current one is probably my favourite, so it’s going to stick for a long while. but the one thing i don’t really bother with – or rather, never wanted to tackle – was a logo for the blog. it’s so hard designing for yourself, let alone trying to put your, erm, personality into a logo. i always let the content of the site speak for itself and tried to keep everything else pretty minimal. sometimes i’d go the really lazy route and just type Miss Moss into MyFonts to see what new type would possibly dazzle me. that never worked.
you will no doubt remember my old friend Jessica from various posts on the blog, as well as her and husband Luke’s wonderful restaurant Nook in Stellenbosch. after some busy & hectic years they sold Nook and moved to the country for a while, but it wasn’t long before ideas began brewing for their next venture – and that came in the form of The Table at De Meye. already an established eatery, the previous owners Russell and Camilla were sad to sell this little piece of heaven in the winelands – but Jess & Luke planned to continue the tradition of family-style dining inspired by local & seasonal ingredients.