Date(s) - 11/02/2023
18:00 - 22:30
South Africa is a land of diverse flavors, from the highlands to the savannahs. The combination of indigenous African population and centuries of immigration has given this country one of the world’s most exciting and varied cuisines.
When: Saturday, February 11th 2023, starting at 18.00 till about 22.30 thereabouts
Where: Marelie’s and Bart’s home in Ludwigshafen (address will be provided to those attending one week before the event begins)
What: We will be tasting some “Boerewors” (pork sausages) typical of a South African Braai. The word braai comes from the word braaivleis, which is Afrikaans for roasted meat. Braai means “barbecue” and vleis means “meat.” The word is pronounced “bry” and although it originated with the Afrikaans, the word and social custom has been adopted by many ethnic cultures within Southern Africa. Marelie and Bart found a butcher near their home who would be making this for us. In addition to braaing, we will also have the chance to make a few other South African dishes, so bring an appetite!
There is space for 10 participants. Contact me from January 11th onwards to register, and let me know if you have any special dietary requests so that we may adjust the menu accordingly. The list of participants will be finalised January 28th.
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