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Traditional Koeksisters - Immaculate Bites
Traditional Koeksisters – A traditional South African sticky donut treat that’s deliciously sweet, sticky, crunchy and drenched in syrup, laced with cinnamon, lemon and ginger. Absolutely perfect for snack or tea time and even breakfast. We all a vice right? And fried foods are mine- especially when they are a sweet treat…. Not a weekend ... View More
Roosterkoek - a South African braai essential - Cooksister | Food, Travel, Photography
Roosterkoek are South African yeast dough rolls that are baked over the coals of a barbecue - eaten hot off the grill with plenty og butter they make a delicious addition to any summer braai (barbecue).
The World's Strangest Street Food
Wandering through the riotous, labyrinthine stalls of Bangkok’s Chatuchak Market has given you an appetite. For hours, you’ve been pressing between crowds of local women haggling over mangoes, melons, and rank-smelling durian fruit; karaoke-CD hawkers wailing into staticky microphones; and bamboo cages full of fighting cocks and fluffy barking puppies. Suddenly, the aroma of sizzling sesame oil overtakes you—and dead ahead, you see a vendor scooping hot, crispy-looking snacks into paper…
Team Building at Intundla near Pretoria with Kubunye - Intundla Game Lodge and Bush Spa
Intundla Game Lodge and Bush Spa is no ordinary venue. This Conference and Team Building Venue near Pretoria is a place where your Team can get Revitalised, Refreshed, Re-engaged and Re-focused. Team Building Company Kubunye recently engaged one of our visiting Companies, BOTASH, in some of their Team building activities. Among the activities was one […]
Easy Mealie & Beer Bread Recipe....
by: Barbara Joubert, Sarie - October 2009Photos: Micky Hoyle Gallery You only use one and a half cans of beer, there will surely be someone to enjoy the remaining half! You will need: A small saucepan, so 16 - 18 cm in diameter. 500 g (890 ml) flour 5 ml salt 250 ml grated pecorino cheese 1 can (340 g) corn kernels, drained 1 ½ cans (340 ml per can) beer How to: Preheat oven to 180 ° C. Mix flour, salt, cheese and corn kernels in a large bowl. Add beer and mix well. Spoon into a greased pan…