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LAMB CHOPS MARINADED IN GARLIC, ROSEMARY AND THYME

INGREDIENTS (Braai LAMB CHOP RECIPE) 4 Lamb Chops 2 Crushed Garlic cloves 1 Tbsp. fresh rosemary leaves 1 Tsp. crushed thyme Coarse sea salt 2 -3 Tbsp olive oil METHOD Grab a food processor and add the garlic, rosemary, thyme and salt. Mix until it’s all combined and then add the olive oil Rub this on both sides of the lamb chops and then put them in the fridge to marinade for 1-2 hours. Take them out about half an hour before so that the lamb gets up to room…

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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 ANC believes in “collective responsibility” (So that nobody has to get blamed when things get screwed up), so I address this to everyone in government – the whole lot of you – good, bad and…

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Yank speaking Afrikaans

I HAD QUITE A FEW GREAT BRAAI’S ON MY LAST SAFARI IN LIMPOPO AREA WITH CRUISER SAFARIS. ON THE FIRST EVENING MEAL, I SAT NEXT TO THE OWNER, AND AS HE AND THE PH’S CONVERSED, I LEANED OVER AND SAID”PIETER, EK IS JAMMER, EK ET NIE VLEIS NIE” HE ALMOST FELL OUT OF HIS CHAIR! WHATS A YANK SPEAKING AFRIKAANS! I MISS THE BOEREWORS AND 94.3 JACKARANDA! ‘ \\\

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History and Importance of the first Braai

Good day Braai fans. Here’s some interesting info I found on www.scienceinafrica.co.za. It just shows you how important the braai really is. The use of fire is one of the key tools that marked the difference between early ape men, and their primate cousins. Fire also marked the start of mankind’s long march from being a common snack for predators to being the world’s most successful predator.

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Braai Fit For A King – With a putu pap recipe

As a South African, I feel every man should know how to get a great Braai going, from starting the fire to creating great African meals. As we all know a great braai comes from how you pack your coals, we all have a personal preference, Charcoal, Briquettes, or Wood. I am not a follower of gas braai’s the meat is just not the same, so I am a briquettes man, I always try and create 2 or so great pyramids and light the fire lighter at the bottom which…

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