Food

Braai Etiquette

Do you know your braai etiquette? If not, now is the time to brush up on it. Braaiing is more than just a way to pass the time or cook a meal for South Africans. It is a way to socialize, celebrate and show off braai skills.
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Something new on your braai this Heritage Day

September is Heritage month which means braai day for South Africans around the country. Heritage Day is celebrated on Monday 24 September, which means a long weekend filled with friends, family and braais.
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Shisa nyama and Chakalaka with Bree St Belle

Winner of the “Best Beer by a New Brewery” award at the 2013 SAB Craft Brewing Championship, the Bree Street Belle is a nice golden ale with a light taste and mild bitterness. Despite the attitude of the label, this is a friendly ale and definitely something to try for newcomers and drinkers not quite happy with the more trying taste of an Indian Pale Ale or its ilk. Bree Street Belle has a nice after taste as well with a touch of hops.
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Devil’s Peak First Light with Ally’s Super Snoek

Ally’s Super Snoek has a few more ingredients and a slightly different method in preparation than your traditional snoek, but goes down well every time! Try it out, best done on a weber using the direct method on white-hot briquettes.
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Windermere cider with BBQ pork belly and apple kebabs

The refreshing Windermere Cider is brewed as a German-style cider or apfelwein, but the brewers have gone one step further and have developed a pure apple cider recipe with no sugars, preservatives or additives to contaminate the natural fermentation process.
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Chakalaka

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Tart Bourdaloue

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Oxtail

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