Not all braai masters are created equal. Some of us have it in our DNA. Being such an accomoplished braai master is not easy.
Let’s celebrate all the South African things we hold near and dear this Heritage Day.
Another hilarious ‘Braai Day’ idea, and who better to team up with than SA’s very own first lady of comedy.
While chowing boerie rolls and drinking cold Castles to signify our patriotism (despite losing the rugby – Chill guys, there’s still time), we should all put down the braai tongs and take a moment to think about our heritage and how we can help to preserve it.
It’s Heritage Month in South Africa, and each week we’ll be looking back at our roots. We’re not called the rainbow nation for nothing. South Africa has 11 official languages, and scores of unofficial ones. English is the most commonly spoken language in official and commercial public life – but only the fifth most spoken home language
South Africans are in for a treat this month. As part of Heritage Month, South African National Parks (SANParks) is offering free visits to all national parks from 8 -12 September.
Contrary to English custom, a few pale pork sausages do not a braai make. Here are some ideas for injecting some proudly SA flavour into Heritage Day. Recipes courtesy of: Wines of South Africa’s Cape Wine Braaimasters book (www.wosa.co.za)