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Braai The Beloved Country

Author : Jean Nel
ISBN : 1431409081
Genre : Cooking
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The word braai is Afrikaans for “barbecue” or “grill,” and in Braai the Beloved Country, Jean Nel shares his favorite braai recipes from 15 years of cooking, training, and catering. Showing that the braai is so much more than just steaks and boerewors—a type of sausage—the book contains the secrets of cooking everything from a perfect tjoppie, or chops, to breads and salads. Not only does it present a host of delicious and unexpected recipes, the book goes beyond just cooking, covering everything you need to know about the braai including the tools you’ll need and their maintenance.

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Author : Jean Nel
ISBN : 1431424293
Genre : Barbecuing
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Following on the success of Braai the Beloved Country, which sold over 10,000 copies, Jean Nel, well-known outdoor cooking coach, shares his braai secrets in More Braai the Beloved Country. Full of mouth-watering recipes such as Coffee-rubbed Ribeye Steaks, Pork Belly with a Quince and Sherry Glaze or the classic South African Chicken and Apricot Sosaties, this book is also filled with stunning photographs. With a keen enthusiasm for wood and charcoal braaiing, Jean Nel is undoubtedly a braai fanatic. Give him a piece of meat and he will magic it into one of his classic, effortless masterpieces of smoky delight. If you have ever been uncertain about the difference between Direct and Indirect cooking, or any aspect of braaiing, spend an afternoon engrossed in this book and you too will soon be an expert.

Cooking With Gas

Author : Jean Nel
ISBN : 1928247040
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In the spirit of his bestselling Braai the Beloved Country, Jean Nel has created a book that shows you how to cook the old favorites and experiment with new techniques on a gas grill. Tackling some of the myths about cooking on a gas flame, he shows you how to cook anything from boerewors or steak, to smoked salmon and the most amazing slow-cooked pulled beef you've ever eaten. Cooking with Gas will get you outdoors and cooking more than you ever thought possible. In its pages you will find showstopper recipes for entertaining, as well as a simple, quick chicken breast for a midweek dinner.

Tooth And Nailed

Author : Sarah Lotz
ISBN : 9780143527244
Genre : Fiction
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Georgie Allen - Cape Town's most down-at-heel lawyer - is back. And this time, for some unfathomable reason, his In tray is bulging (and for a change not just with pro bono cases). A promiscuous professor with serious political connections - who may or may not have murdered one of his students - and the country's first gay divorce, involving an American millionaire, top the pile. But just when it appears that things are finally coming together for Georgie (except for his already complicated love life, which seems to be taking a disasterous turn) his new-found success is put into perspective when he receives a panicked call from his brother Greg, a game ranger in neighbouring Botswana. A twelve-year-old child has been blinded in a horrific hyena attack, and the victim's parents are accusing Greg of negligence. With his brother's career on the line, Georgie heads north to investigate, accompanied by his ever-present sidekick, feisty Scots advocate Patrick McLennan (aka the Poison Dwarf), whose bush skills prove to be as dubious as his personal eating plan. Will Georgie be able to save his brother from financial ruin and simultaneously keep his high-profile clients happy back home and his turbulent love life under control? Only time will tell, but one thing's for sure - it's going to be a hell of a ride.

Breathing Space

Author : Marita Van der Vyver
ISBN : IND:30000078189549
Genre : Friendship
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Laugh The Beloved Country

Author : James Clarke
ISBN : UOM:39015053026897
Genre : South Africa
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Contains writings of people known as writers of English-language humour in South Africa.

Strange Days Indeed

Author : Shaun Johnson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105070033225
Genre : Apartheid
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Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Author : André Philippus Brink
ISBN : STANFORD:36105133666912
Genre : Social Science
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"A collection of 15 essays by high-profile literary figures and journalists (Andre Brink, Kevin Bloom et al) as well as average everyday Saffers"--P. 4 of cover.

Democracy In Action

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ISBN : IND:30000107683405
Genre : Anti-Apartheid movements
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Yesterday Is A Lost Country

Author : Malene Breytenbach
ISBN : 9780987044594
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They were pioneers who went to the colonies and later became regarded as settlers on disputed land. Uhuru, wars of liberation, decolonisation and terror drove many of them away. Maureen Sneddon-Barnard was one of these people. She was driven from Kenya by the Mau Mau. In Rhodesia she farmed again and experienced loss all over again. After Rhodesia had become Zimbabwe, she received the dreaded eviction notice that forced farmers all over the country off their land. In a small, brown school case she took with her diaries and newspaper clippings that told the story of her life. This, at least, she could leave to her children, telling of the courage, the risks, the endurance, the joys and sorrows. She knew and loved Africa in all its grandeur, but the winds of change were to blow her and her people’s footsteps away.

Modern Garde Manger A Global Perspective

Author : Robert B Garlough
ISBN : 9781111307615
Genre : Cooking
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The second edition of MODERN GARDE MANGER: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, was written for both the working chef and the serious student engaged in the practice and study of culinary arts. The first edition was winner of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Cookbook Award. Its carefully researched information and fully tested recipes span the international spectrum of the modern garde manger station. Four sections covering twenty chapters focus on the chef's required knowledge and responsibilities. This second edition has been reorganized to provide a clearer transition from subject to subject, and skill set to skill set. Special features include: Chapter Goals; Professional Profiles; Ask the Expert; People, Places, Things; Review Questions; Activities and Applications; and Key Words in Review. The text contains material on molecular cuisine, plus creative equipment used by garde manger chefs. There are more than 800 four-color photographs of which more than 300 are new, including many finished plates, platters, showpieces and step-by-step procedures, plus many additional recipes and expanded content on food show competition, buffet table layouts, ice sculpting techniques and more. . While Modern Garde Manger, 2e still retains its exposure to international recipes and techniques, more traditionally American recipes and techniques have been included in this edition. MODERN GARDE MANGER 2E is the most comprehensive book of its kind available for today's student and professional chef. In addition, a CourseMate website is available to accompany the text. CourseMate includes: an interactive eBook; Engagement Tracker, a first-of-its-kind tool that monitors student engagement in the course; and interactive teaching and learning tools including quizzes, flashcards, crossword puzzles, PowerPoint slides and more. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


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Vuka Sa

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105112757294
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Rhodesians Worldwide

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133514625
Genre : Zimbabweans
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John Platter S South African Wine Guide

Author : John Platter
ISBN : STANFORD:36105118573646
Genre : Vineyards
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This Promised Land

Author : Wendy Wright
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123554896
Genre : Zimbabwe
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Plutarch S Lives

Author : Plutarch
ISBN : UOM:39015004848035
Genre : Greece
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Quarterly Journal Of Forestry

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ISBN : SRLF:A0003203718
Genre : Forests and forestry
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105070923136
Genre : South Africa
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Traditional South African Cooking

Author : Magdaleen van Wyk
ISBN : 9781432304331
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 73. 53 MB
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Anyone who longs for a beloved grandmother’s famous milk tart or melkkos, or a great aunt’s delicious bobotie or vetkoek, should have this book in his or her kitchen! Traditional South African Cooking is a collection of well-known South African recipes that will enable the modern cook to continue the tradition and produce the same delicious meals that our ancestors used to enjoy. South African cuisine is a unique blend of the culinary art of many different cultures. Dutch, French, German and British settlers, as well as the Malays who came from the East, all brought their own recipes to this country. The subtle adaptation of these ‘imported’ recipes by the addition of local ingredients and the introduction of innovative (at the time) cooking methods resulted in an original and much-loved cuisine. This book also features interesting snippets about our forebears’ way of life.

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