There's nothing more beautiful than an African sunset, and nothing more nobel than the baobab tree. Srambling through the bush of Zimbabwe in my trusty Peugeot 504 just at sunset, I came across this beautiful scene. The wide angle, almost panoramic shot, is as nice as well! Nikon FM2 / 200mm Nikon lens
Frikkadels - Just Easy Recipes
Frikkadels – South African braised meat balls – is a popular comfort food. This easy recipe will give you great results every time. Just make sure you get all the ingredients together before you get started – as there are quite a few spices involved! 500g minced beef 1 medium onion, finely chopped 1...Read More
What to Eat in South Africa: Famous South African Foods
South African cuisine is just as diverse as the cultures that influenced it over the centuries. You'll find food influences from the Dutch, British, Indian, Malay and Portuguese cuisines. And let's not forget about the cuisine of the local tribes, which also had a major influence. South Africans love the braais (barbeques) but there's much more to the cuisine than just grilled meat. The traditional African cuisine is focused on maize meal porridge, meat and sauce. Braaivleis This is meat…
My Yummy List of SA goodies~!
So it is with a little bit of shock, a bit more panic and an enormous amount of excitement that I realise this morning that just 5 days from now I will find myself in international airspace, zooting over a multitude of counties and a couple of continents to get to the land I call HOME. Beside seeing awesome friends and my amazing family and besides DELICIOUS home cooked mother's food (that magically appears and I do not have to leave the house for) there are a few other 'proudly South…
Savanna Premium Dry Cider - South Africa
Savanna Premium Dry Cider is a supreme quality Cider. This refreshing beverage is made from the finest Granny Smith Apples in South Africa Found via eichen-getraenke.de
Anny’s Sosaties (Kebabs)
One traditional meat dish for a barbeque (what we call a braai) is a curried kebab made with cubes of lamb and pork with onions, sweet peppers and dried peaches or apricots. It is an easy dish but requires at least 24 hours to marinate and generate the glorious tastes! The longer you wait before cooking, the better! It can also be made with filleted chicken breasts.