There is nothing South Africans love more than their traditional dessert - Peppermint Crisp Tart. Follow this easy recipe to try it out yourself - http://www.rainbownation.com/recipes/recipe.asp?type=4&id=30 http://www.2540.org

Super indulgent recipe for the South African family favourite - peppermint crisp tart.

Traditional dishes like a South African oxtail is always a winner and has been a ‘compliment catalyst’ for many a host. Recipe: http://blog.welmoed.co.za/index.php/2011/04/18/traditional-oxtail-always-a-winner/ http://www.2540.org

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.

Enjoy one of South Africa's favorites - Butternut soup - by following this easy recipe: http://www.rainbownation.com/recipes/recipe.asp?type=5&id=3 http://www.2540.org

Butternut soup is a favorite South African starter. The butternut has a flavor all on its own and it is great to serve it as a starter before a good roast beef or lamb. BelAfrique - Your Personal Travel Planner -

Need a quick healthy snack? Try this traditional South African Roasted Eggplant Salad. Recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/south-african-roasted-eggplant-salad-455998 http://www.2540.org

This recipe is from a website called South African Traditional Recipes and has been posted here for the Tour of South Africa. It sounds excellent.

This is a traditional yeast-baked rusk - great for dunking in your tea or coffee early in the morning when you watch the sun rise as the boer trekkers did every morning when they traveled from the Cape to the Transvaal. Try this Recipe: http://www.rainbownation.com/recipes/recipe.asp?type=6&id=17 http://www.2540.org

This is a traditional yeast-baked rusk - great for dunking in your tea or coffee early in the morning when you watch the sun rise as the boer trekkers did every morning when they traveled from the Cape to the Transvaal. Try this Recipe: http://www.rainbownation.com/recipes/recipe.asp?type=6&id=17 http://www.2540.org


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