Potato salad is part of our heritage as South Africans we love it.

Potato salad is part of our heritage as South Africans we love it.

Easy Crumpets from Food.com:   								This is my mom's recipe for traditional SOUTH AFRICAN crumpets (little pancakes, or flapjacks).  They are great for kids and they are melt in the mouth!  My mom used to make a huge amount to send to school for birthdays - what a hit!  They don't have yeast, so if you are looking for another type of crumpet, this isn't the recipe for you.

Easy Crumpets

Easy Crumpets from Food.com: This is my mom's recipe for traditional SOUTH AFRICAN crumpets (little pancakes, or flapjacks). They are great for kids and they are melt in the mouth! My mom used to make a huge amount to send to school for birthdays - what a hit! They don't have yeast, so if you are looking for another type of crumpet, this isn't the recipe for you.

Oh how I love and miss South African food: Scrumptious South Africa: Chakalaka Soup with Little Boerewors Balls on an amazing african food blog!

Oh how I love and miss South African food: Scrumptious South Africa: Chakalaka Soup with Little Boerewors Balls on an amazing african food blog!

Beskuit (a traditionally South African food), known as "rusks" in English, is made from dough, broken or cut into chunks or slices after baking, and then slowly dried in an oven. It is usually briefly dipped into a warm drink such as coffee and tea.

Beskuit (a traditionally South African food), known as "rusks" in English, is made from dough, broken or cut into chunks or slices after baking, and then slowly dried in an oven. It is usually briefly dipped into a warm drink such as coffee and tea.

As any South African visitor will have noticed, my blog’s name is somewhat of a pun – if you happen to understand Afrikaans! Back home in SA we have a sweet pastry known as a “koeksister” (literally translated as “cake sizzler” and pronounced “cook-sister”).  The name comes form the Dutch koek (cake) and sissen  (sizzle) [...]

Koeksisters - what's in a name

As any South African visitor will have noticed, my blog’s name is somewhat of a pun – if you happen to understand Afrikaans! Back home in SA we have a sweet pastry known as a “koeksister” (literally translated as “cake sizzler” and pronounced “cook-sister”). The name comes form the Dutch koek (cake) and sissen (sizzle) [...]

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