the best EVER snack - South African biltong!

The Worlds Strangest Street Food (Typically South African - find a basic Biltong (Jerky) recipe and change the spice for a unique taste.) I know, we own a Biltong Deli

Boerebeskuit: Literally meaning "farmers rusks", a South African food and legacy from the Voortrekkers’ nomadic way of life.

Todays history lesson: Boerebeskuit, literally meaning farmers rusks, is a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers nomadic way of life.

Gebraaide snoek | SARIE | Pike 'braai'

Die beste manier om sappige snoek gaar te maak is oor baie warm kole / Snoek on the braai

Boerewors  Boerewors or Farmers Sausage is a traditional BBQ sausage. There are many secret recipes on how to make boerewors but here we provide you with the traditional recipe.

Meet the South African Boerewors! Boerewors or Farmers Sausage is a traditional BBQ sausage. There are many secret recipes on how to make boerewors but here we provide you with the traditional recipe.

Oxtail Potjie   A Potjie Kos is a meal cooked in an iron pot over the fire. The way to cook a potjie is usually very slow. Many types of meat can be used for a potjie but here we have chosen one of the favorites - oxtail.

Karen's world: Nothing beats oxtail in the depths of winter . I have personally never had oxtail, but the recipe sounds so delicious, I think it's worth a try! Can't wait for the cold weather to set in.

Frikkadels  Frikkadels are like South African meat balls. This recipe is based on a tomato frikkadel.

Frikkadels are South African meat balls. This recipe is based on a tomato frikkadel. Grab the meat for these yummy meatballs from Mr.

Vetkoek  The English have Yorkshire Pudding and the South Africans have Vetkoek! Fill it with mincemeat, cheese or any thing else that comes to hand.

Vetkoek The English have Yorkshire Pudding and the South Africans have Vetkoek! Fill it with mincemeat, cheese or any thing else that comes to hand.

Bobotie  The origins of Bobotie can be traced back to the eastern influence on South African culture. The Cape Malay society are famous for cooking this dish and it is usually served with yellow rice.

Bobotie The origins of Bobotie can be traced back to the eastern influence on South African culture. The Cape Malay society are famous for cooking this dish and it is usually served with yellow rice.

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