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16th May 2018
What is the best way to braai boerewors? »

What is the best way to braai boerewors? The best way to braai boerewors is over gentle coals. Keep turning the boerewors so that one side of the casing does

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9th May 2018
South Africa, with its 11 official languages »

Every country has its peculiar turns of phrase – quirks that give local languages flavour, colour and character. But unless you’re a native speaker, local slang can be a tricky to

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19th April 2018
What is your cut of meat »

Cheat sheet to your cut of meat. In just one cow, there are dozens of cuts waiting to make it to your dinner table, and all of them are different

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23rd March 2018
A B B Brilliant Easter special. »

Easter is just around the corner and we have a great special for you. All starting with a B – Beer, Briquettes and Boerewors  I can hear the fires cracking and

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16th March 2018
Easter braai essentials »

Easter is just around the corner with some much needed time off, regardless of what the weather is doing – time to think about all the goodies you will need

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27th February 2018
Peri Peri vs Chilli Biltong »

We’re constantly being asked which is spicer; Chilli or Peri-Peri Biltong. So this week, we’re going to break down the difference of each flavour, to make sure you get the

Read morePiquant Pepper Beef Biltong
27th February 2018
What do we mean by ‘Soft, medium or hard’ biltong? »

When it comes to choosing your biltong, it can be a bit overwhelming with the choice of soft, medium or hard biltong and fatty or lean. So today, we’re going

Read moreWhat are Stokkies?
20th February 2018
What are Stokkies? »

We all know about the biltong, but what exactly are stokkies? Well, we, the experts, are here to explain. Stokkies (meaning “little sticks”) are thin strips of our famous traditional beef

Read moreWhat is Droewors?
13th February 2018
What is Droewors? »

When talking about South African food, traditional droëwors is one of the first things that springs to mind. The coriander-seed spiced dried sausages have always been a feast to the taste of

12th February 2018

Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is on 13 February in 2018. But why do we eat pancakes on pancake day? In Christian traditions, the 40 days before Easter are known as Lent,

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