From cheese to chips, wine can be paired with nearly any snack or food items. So let’s combine South Africa’s two favourite things; Biltong and Wine. This guide will help
Here at St Marcus, we’re big on meat. But not just any meat, it has to be grass fed. But what’s all the rage about corn fed and grass fed?!
We’d all like to think we’re clued up on our homeland, wouldn’t we? Well, here at St. Marcus we’re going to try and throw you off that notion and list
We can all agree that biltong tastes delicious – no protest. This culinary delight has invaded European, American and Australian markets in recent years. But what about the nutritional value? Let’s talk
Teething is not an easy time for mother or baby and if we could ease the pain for both parties, why wouldn’t we? Exactly why our Baby Biltong is perfect
Biltong cravings seem to be a pretty common thing among South African mama’s to- be. Although this doesn’t come as much of a surprise – it is a delicacy after
Making your own Biltong can actually be a pretty rewarding experience. The preparation is therapeutic and the final product worthwhile, despite Biltong’s long drying time. Not to mention bragging rights!
So, what’s the difference between Biltong and Jerky? Apart from the obvious cultural difference – Jerky being American and Biltong being South African – what else sets them apart? We’re
2016 has been quite the year for biltong. In fact, a lot of publications, like Marie Claire and the Evening Standard have recognised the nutritional value in this South African