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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    Quote Originally Posted by bostoe View Post
    Marog, maar ek weet nie hoeveel weet wat dit is nie......

    Die Basuthu pluk allerhande plantjies se blaartjies af in die veld, maak dit soos spinasie met uie en ertappels.
    Ek weet presies wat dit is. Maar mens moet weet watter plantjies se blare om te pluk....... Vir my was dit altyd lekkerder as spinasie.
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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    As jy die regte blaartjies pluk kan jy dit in muffins sit. Jufrou sal in die wolke wees

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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    We add some home made chilli jam.
    Sounds delicious

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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    So, what did you do Graham?
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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    My guess is that almost all the nice eats mentioned above need to be warm to be tasty. This poses a problem.

    If I were in your position I would send sliced biltong and small pieces of dried wors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WAJ View Post
    So, what did you do Graham?
    Sent him off with a pack of zoo biscuits. It was eating him up inside with the thought that he was going to have to hand over this whole packet of biscuits though, and they werent all for him .

    He did make one good point though, he said that they will have to remove the biscuit with the bear on, cos thats not south african. This bloody child, only 3years old and already cleverer than his dad
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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    Peppermint Crisp Tart - it is purely South African; Peppermint Crisp was invented here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lekhubu943 View Post
    Ek weet presies wat dit is. Maar mens moet weet watter plantjies se blare om te pluk....... Vir my was dit altyd lekkerder as spinasie.

    Ek het plantjies in die veld gelees en heel anders gedink.
    Ek ken dit ook, maar seker nie die original waarvan julle praat, hierdie is een plant wat jy groeie, my oom het daarvan op sy plot so ek kry altyd by hom.
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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    +1 for the chutney. Mrs. Balls natuurlik.
    Which I believe you only get in SA?

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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    Lit up around a hour ago.
    Die rip staan al, wors, rump and of course the braaibroodjie later.

    Lekker braai day everyone.
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    Default Re: What South African food for heritage day

    Quote Originally Posted by bigboy529 View Post
    Ek het plantjies in die veld gelees en heel anders gedink.
    Ek ken dit ook, maar seker nie die original waarvan julle praat, hierdie is een plant wat jy groeie, my oom het daarvan op sy plot so ek kry altyd by hom.

    Ek ken dit as marog.

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