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Jan Braai’s seafood potjie

Jan Braai’s seafood potjie

Anyone will tell you that there is nothing better than the rich aroma of a seafood potjie. What’s more is that it’s good for the soul and the empty tummy too! Potjiekos directly translates to “pot food” and is pronounced ‘poi-key-cos.’ Potjiekos was...
Rice Krispie treats

Rice Krispie treats

Rice Krispies, or Rice Bubbles to the Aussies and New Zealanders, is a breakfast cereal made from rice and sugar paste. Cooked, dried, and toasted to perfection, this delicious cereal is a favourite amongst South Africans and fellow Rice Krispie connoisseurs...
Mosbolletjies

Mosbolletjies

Nothing reminds Saffas of home more than the smell of freshly baked mosbolletjies. The delectable aroma of freshly baked mosbolletjies infused with aniseed and topped with sweet castor sugar glaze is a favourite in every South African home. For Saffas living abroad,...
South African beer

South African beer

The British drink theirs warm, Americans drink theirs ice-cold, and South Africans prefer theirs chilled, thank you very much! What are we talking about? Beer! It’s a well-known fact that saffas love their beer! Picture the scene: The crowd roars on TV, and Oupa...