Archive | June, 2009

Jason’s Braai Tips

Here are some more braai tips I found on Jason Bagley’s Blog: “I just had a really awesome Sunday afternoon braai with my girlfriend’s family, and I was thinking I should share some of MY tips to getting a braai just right. The Wood I’ve found 2 types of wood that have a medium burning […]

Continue Reading

Braaictionary

Abbraaiviation – A very short braai abraaimowitz – a Jewish braai Ag – This one of the most useful South African words. Pronounced like the “ach” in the German “achtung”, it can be used to start a reply when you are asked a tricky question, as in: “Ag, I don’t know.” Or a sense of […]

Continue Reading

Tips, advice and recipes for a suiwer South African braai

Any South African worth their (braai) salt will tell you that boerewors, rugby and sunny skies are the essentials of a proudly African braai. Add tangy potato salad, a couple of juicy steaks and a group of friends to share it with, and you’ve got a recipe for an irresistibly delicious, fun-filled feast! Think you’ve […]

Continue Reading

The all new all-in-one Grab-n-Go Braai Pack

Take a look at the latest braai innovation straight from Benoni.

Continue Reading

How to Start a Braai

If you’ve ever been embarrassed while lighting a braai or starting a fire, here is some good advice I found on www.bbqmasala.com. “Preparing the Grill or Braai When sparking your grill don’t forget how you used to light a camp fire. Primitive man has passed this innate skill for generations and fires were always to […]

Continue Reading

What is a braai?

If you are a South African, you definitely know the answer to that question. So you probably don’t need to read this. If, as a South African citizen, you don’t know what a braai is, you should not have been given that citizenship in the first place. However, for those of you that don’t know […]

Continue Reading