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Ingredients

-  24-30 perfectly ripened strawberries, green caps intact
170g sweet, semi-sweet, bittersweet, or white chocolate, coarsely chopped

Toothpicks

 
 
 
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Posted by Anonymous
15 Feb 2008

An SA favourite from Peter Thomas.

 
 
 
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Posted by Peter Thomas
22 Nov 2007
An Aussie favourite...
Pavlovas are meringues with a crisp exterior and delicious marshmallow-like centres. They are usually made in one large circle, but if you shape the mixture into smaller circles, you can make whatever size you want.
 
 
 
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22 Nov 2007
Another old-time traditional South African recipe originally prepared by the Cape Malays.
Bredies are stews made from meat and vegetables which are cooked very slowly to allow the flavour of the ingredients to merge completely. Almost any vegetable can be used to make bredies, but traditionally the only meat used was fat mutton rib. Because bredies require long, slow cooking, they’re ideal for cooking in a cast iron pot over the coals.
 
 
 
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Posted by Peter Thomas
01 Aug 2007

Vetkoek is a very versatile dish, good as a meal or as a snack. Vetkoek is basically doughnut sized, deep fried dough. The versitality comes with the filling. The favourite seems to be curried mince, just cut a slit in the side and stuff with mince
and voila, you have a meal.

 
 
 
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Posted by Peter Thomas
01 Jun 2007
Make your own delictable Koeksisters at home or purchase the equally delicious treats from the Koeksister King
 
About this recipe: Of Malay origin, this recipe has been adapted and has been part of our tradition for decades. We even have a monument for the koeksister.
 
 
 
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Posted by Peter Thomas
01 Apr 2007
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