Archive | 2010

Dear Government

Here’s something that is probably going to be talked about a lot around the braai fires in the next few weeks. Gareth Cliff wrote the following letter to our SA government and I couldn’t agree more. What do you think? Dear Government OK, I get it, the President isn’t the only one in charge. The […]

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Curried Pork Potjie

Making a potjie is an art in itself. Adding Curry to the mix makes it more of a challenge. This simple recipe would give your guests a great culinary experience.

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Beef and Pasta Potjie

This potjie is very simple to make and does not take long at all. You will need: Half a cup of olive oil 500 grams beef goulash 3 Medium-sized onions, sliced 2 cups macaroni 1 Tablespoon minced garlic 15 cherry tomatoes Balsamic vinegar 1 Litre Beef stock (I use 2 Knorr oxtail cubes) 1 Teaspoon […]

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Beware of alcohol on Braai Day

Collin came home from the pub late one Friday evening stinking drunk, as he often did, and crept into bed beside his wife who was already asleep. He gave her a peck on the cheek and fell asleep. When he awoke he found a strange man standing at the end of his bed wearing a […]

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Braai Boss Stainless Steel Braai Pan

The Braai Boss Stainless Steel Braai Pan is an affordable compact braai pan. Get it from www.oli.co. za or http://www.bidorbuy.co.za/seller/1491485/potsdirect Made in South Africa

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Beer Bread for the Braai

Ingredients 500g self-raising flour 1/2 tsp salt 125g cheddar, cut into small cubes 340ml beer (a can in South Africa, slightly less than a full can here in the UK) 50ml water 1Tbsp fresh thyme 50ml sesame or sunflower seeds Maldon salt to sprinkle on top Method Pre-heat the oven to 180C  Grease a small […]

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The only way to braai chicken

The only way to braai chicken: must be room temperature. put chicken in a LARGE dish with a liquid seal lid. Add plenty olive oil, herbs, spices of your choice, some fresh lemon juice, garlic etc. Close container (a pick ‘n pay bag will do) and shake up. Allow to marinade for at least half […]

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hello from Canada

I’m new here and love Barbecue from all over the world, hopefully, we’ll learn a little from each other.

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