A few more braais going on in the UK this month, plus a high tea for the ladies, a choral performance, and finally a festival.
There are plenty of braais going on in the UK this month, as well as a dash of jazz-electro-hip-pop, theatre and story inspiration, and a festival or two.
We take a closer look at the British BBQ culture.
South Africa’s fastest growing fast food franchise is taking braais to the States.
Hello van ons by die braai.
A little something for our non-South African friends to understand the culture of the braai.
Which nation does the best barbecue? According to this survey, not South Africa.
No matter if you are a seasoned braai person or a complete novice, there is no doubt this book will teach you things you didn’t know and to tailor your craft to be the best braai maker you could ever be
I never really get worked up about this, but can we really consider gas braaing as authentic? Here’s my five cents
“So ‘braai’ is basically the Afrikaans word for BBQ?”. Not a chance. Here are my top five reasons the braai tops the BBQ.
What an incredible weekend it’s been on this side of the pond. For those that miss home, how do you make sure you feel like you’re home? What better way to do that than have 200 Saffas in a beer garden enjoying a braai? Couple that with raising over £1700 for our beautiful rhino and that makes for a perfect day out.
For many township residents, Heritage Day means a good braai, and there is no shortage of popular braai spots in Khayelitsha and Nyanga
You probably wouldn’t sprinkle antibiotics like sugar all over your breakfast cereal every morning, even if you were sick. There is, though, a good chance that you are in effect doing something similar today on Heritage Day. The steaks you are braaing, or the chicken being grilled is likely to contain traces of antibiotics.
Living in London can be pretty fast paced, but knowing I have my braai to look forward to in the evening always makes me happy. It’s a way of me getting back to South Africa, even if it’s only for a few hours
Braai Masters proved to be an excellent day, with the teams throwing some different meat on the braai. With the final looming in the future, I for one am very excited.
What the hell are the food safety ‘gurus’ on about in Britain? Can you imagine anyone cooking their food in an oven before throwing it on the braai?
Born in the Eastern Cape and raised in Cape Town’s Khayelitsha (South Africa’s third largest township) Sindiso Joya has taken it upon himself to take braaing to a whole new level in the UK.
As Mat Hartley from Braai 365 prepares for his 365th daily braai, he reflects on his challenge and the past year.
Mat Hartley has been braaiing every day for nearly 365 days as a challenge to raise funds and awareness for rhino conservation. So he knows a thing or two about cooking meat! Here’s his recipe for the perfect steak on the barbecue.
Before I knew it, the sun had started to shine and blossoms and bulbs sprouted on random trees and fields of green. Spring is teasing the Londoners! Despite taking the pre-warned caution that this might be only a momentary thing, South Africans instinctively race to their webers and braai tongs.