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Versatile Biltong recipe from Biltongmakers. Food N, Good Food, Food And Drink, Yummy Food, South African Dishes, South African Recipes, Snack Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Snacks

Versatile Biltong - Biltong Makers

This is a basic Biltong recipe, which lends itself to any number of variations for those who want to experiment until they have created their “Perfect Biltong”.

Mama Africa's Recipes: Traditional South African Droewors (Drywors) Recipe Home Recipes, Snack Recipes, Cooking Recipes, Jerky Recipes, Biltong, South African Recipes, Specialty Foods, Sausage Recipes, Good Food

Traditional South African Droewors (Drywors) Recipe

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Colonel John E. Blake - Irish-American graduate of West Point, U. Cavalry officer, and Colonel of the Boer Irish Brigade during the Second Boer War. He with his men, joined Gen. de Wet in the war. A street in Bloemfontein is named after him. Baden Powell, War Novels, Cartoon Photo, The Siege, The Settlers, Irish American, Irish Men, Historical Pictures, African History

Colonel John E. Blake (1856 - 1907), Irish-American graduate of West Point, U.S. Cavalry officer, and Colonel of the Boer Irish Brigade during the Second Boer War. He with his men, joined Gen. de Wet in the war. A street in Bloemfontein is named after him.

Deneys Reitz - At the age of 17, at the start of the Second Boer War, the Field-Cornet's office said he was too young to fight and refused to enlist him. He met his father with the President of the Transvaal, Paul Kruger, who took him straight to the room of the Commandant-General Piet Joubert. Joubert handed him a new Mauser carbine and a bandolier of ammunition. He and one of his brothers then joined the Boer forces. War Novels, Armed Conflict, Innocent Child, The Siege, The Settlers, British Colonial, African History, Troops, South Africa

Deneys Reitz - At the age of 17, at the start of the Second Boer War, the Field-Cornet's office said he was too young to fight and refused to enlist him. He met his father with the President of the Transvaal, Paul Kruger, who took him straight to the room of the Commandant-General Piet Joubert. Joubert handed him a new Mauser carbine and a bandolier of ammunition. He and one of his brothers then joined the Boer forces.

Afrikaner soldiers in the Anglo Boer War History Online, World History, Landsknecht, Le Far West, Guerrilla, African History, Military History, Heritage Image, Warfare

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