- Zenande Mfenyana shared with Mzansi on social media that she has an undying love for potatoes
- She found herself making three different potato dishes for her 2020 Christmas meal
- Social media users could relate to Zenande's love for spuds and commented about how they feel the same way
Christmas is a time when many South Africans come together to feast on the food that is available. This was also the case for Mzansi actress Zenande Mfenyana, who took her love for potatoes to the next level.
Zenande shared on social media that she absolutely loves spuds. Naturally she would be preparing them for her Christmas meal but she had no idea that she would take it that far.
"My love for potatoes really knows no bounds, I didn’t realise that I had three potato dishes prepared for Christmas. As I was looking at my picture board, I was like, wait a minute," said Zenande.
South African social media users could relate to Zenande's obsession with potatoes. A number of them commented on Zenande's post:
@Lehz227 said: "Baby potatoes with garlic butter and rosemary, good old mayonnaise potato salad, potato dauphinoise, paprika jerk potatoes. I am potatoed."
@zazaz457 commented: "I don't understand people who don't eat potatoes. I don't trust them. I don't mix with them. They are dangerous."
@ovo_tshepi said: "Potatoes are the best. Had to stop myself from having 3 potato dishes and settled for only 2."
@Slitoya commented: "I love potatoes so much. They just do the things for me."
@Yomontle_M said: "Sis that's me. Stopped myself from almost roasting them with the rack of lamb or adding to my spinach because I made mash already."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that The Queen actress Thembsie Matu was made super proud by her son's degree. Award-winning actress Thembsie Matu has a lot to be proud of. Her son Unathi Matu has just bagged his Master's in engineering from the University of Cape Town.
Thembsie, who plays Patronella on The Queen, took to social media to share the news with her fans.
"Congratulations on your amazing achievement mfana wam (my boy). Siyabonga that you did not give up and continued to fight despite the hardships you faced. Halala," wrote Thembsie on Instagram.