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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2019 9:42 pm 
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Long weekend, so had to do my bit.

Steaks Saturday evening, Lamb Shank potjie on Sunday and Curry Pork Chops Monday evening.


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I did rump, chicken and prawn skewers served with a pear & goat's cheese salad.



Never understood chicken & prawn skewers, by the time the chicken is cooked the prawns are cooked to death.


Not together. Chicken skewers, rump skewers and prawn skewers.

It was clear, or should have been to most, that you meant not together. :thumbup:

Look at Yank trying to make friends.


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Ooh bitchy.


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Ooh bitchy.

He has friends as you can see


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:06 pm 
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My wife wattsaped me the short ribs she slow smoked over 4 hours...for dinner tonight.

I think she made it too hot and got involved in fb...

I told her she needs to move on and give it another try this weekend....

Her response...." Never "


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:18 pm 
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My wife wattsaped me the short ribs she slow smoked over 4 hours...for dinner tonight.

I think she made it too hot and got involved in fb...

I told her she needs to move on and give it another try this weekend....

Her response...." Never "


Before and after pics?


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:20 pm 
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Yup......First one was what was happening for dinner tonight...second one came with...." its spagetti and mince then...."


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My wife wattsaped me the short ribs she slow smoked over 4 hours...for dinner tonight.

I think she made it too hot and got involved in fb...

I told her she needs to move on and give it another try this weekend....

Her response...." Never "


Before and after pics?

My preference would be a whole piece of rib, not little slivers of meat.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:25 pm 
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My preference would be a whole piece of rib, not little slivers of meat.


It started with a link her girl friend sent her...they were both doing it for dinner tonight.... :lol:

Her friend was going to try it in one of those LK smokers....... :shock:

Cant wait to see that effort


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Smoking rashers for 4 hours :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:27 pm 
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Smoking rashers for 4 hours :lol:


She told me that when she went to check it after a couple of hours the temperature was 300'C.... :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:31 pm 
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Smoking rashers for 4 hours :lol:


She told me that when she went to check it after a couple of hours the temperature was 300'C.... :lol:


Shame, she wanted to surprise you :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:32 pm 
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You should sell that thing to crematoriums. Make sure your wife writes the instruction manual.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:33 pm 
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My wife doesn't even know where the charcoal is kept.

Anyone else have a missus that braais?


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My wife doesn't even know where the charcoal is kept.

Anyone else have a missus that braais?

Not a good look for the husband if the wife starts to braai. Only deductions is that they're unhappy with the husband's braai skills.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:38 pm 
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My wife doesn't even know where the charcoal is kept.

Anyone else have a missus that braais?

My delicate little flower will outbraai some of the okes on here. I taught her very well. She even knows how to start a wood fire without fire lighters.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:45 pm 
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Not a good look for the husband if the wife starts to braai. Only deductions is that they're unhappy with the husband's braai skills.


Very true. Such are the rules of nature.

Having said that, I'd probably braai more often if my wife knew how to start the coals.


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I've had the wife light a bag of self-starting charcoal once when I was running late back from the golf course and we had guests arriving. She did fine :smug:


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Average Joe wrote:
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My wife doesn't even know where the charcoal is kept.

Anyone else have a missus that braais?

My delicate little flower will outbraai some of the okes on here. I taught her very well. She even knows how to start a wood fire without fire lighters.


She use her credit card receipts so you don't see them?


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I've had the wife light a bag of self-starting charcoal once when I was running late back from the golf course and we had guests arriving. She did fine :smug:


She's a keeper :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 2:56 pm 
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You guys are still stuck in the dark ages oppressing your woman like that. If my wife feels like firing up the braai while I'm at work then all power to her


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Sandstorm wrote:
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My wife doesn't even know where the charcoal is kept.

Anyone else have a missus that braais?

My delicate little flower will outbraai some of the okes on here. I taught her very well. She even knows how to start a wood fire without fire lighters.


She use her credit card receipts so you don't see them?

My wife works for herself. She don't need my CC.


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Another keeper :thumbup:


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Mine braai's all the time especially when I'm watching a game. From good EC farming stock.

She also loves cooking outdoors so went I wake up with a babelas next morning she normally has already got the skottel going with breakfast. :smug:


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assfly wrote:
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Not a good look for the husband if the wife starts to braai. Only deductions is that they're unhappy with the husband's braai skills.


Very true. Such are the rules of nature.

Having said that, I'd probably braai more often if my wife knew how to start the coals.

Very true. On a weeknight when one is pressed for time, a lit fire can help a lot. But that is where any female involvement should stop, bar carrying meat to the braai.


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Not a good look for the husband if the wife starts to braai. Only deductions is that they're unhappy with the husband's braai skills.


Very true. Such are the rules of nature.

Having said that, I'd probably braai more often if my wife knew how to start the coals.

Very true. On a weeknight when one is pressed for time, a lit fire can help a lot. But that is where any female involvement should stop, bar carrying meat to the braai.


Kak man! My wife makes a better poitjie than I do. She's a wizared with spices.


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Mine braai's all the time especially when I'm watching a game. From good EC farming stock.

She also loves cooking outdoors so went I wake up with a babelas next morning she normally has already got the skottel going with breakfast. :smug:

Well, I have to stand corrected. Women can braai breakfast for me anytime.


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Sandstorm wrote:
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Not a good look for the husband if the wife starts to braai. Only deductions is that they're unhappy with the husband's braai skills.


Very true. Such are the rules of nature.

Having said that, I'd probably braai more often if my wife knew how to start the coals.

Very true. On a weeknight when one is pressed for time, a lit fire can help a lot. But that is where any female involvement should stop, bar carrying meat to the braai.


Kak man! My wife makes a better poitjie than I do. She's a wizared with spices.

Maybe with the possible exception of potjies. I've seen a few women do the potjies, rather than the men.


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Mine braai's all the time especially when I'm watching a game. From good EC farming stock.

She also loves cooking outdoors so went I wake up with a babelas next morning she normally has already got the skottel going with breakfast. :smug:


That's impressive :thumbup:


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To be fair, I don't let mine into the kitchen. Can't cook for shit (apart from very good omelettes which she always gets right). She one made fish ala king when she had no chicken ... then the fight started.


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To be fair, I don't let mine into the kitchen. Can't cook for shit (apart from very good omelettes which she always gets right). She one made fish ala king when she had no chicken ... then the fight started.


Holy carp


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To be fair, I don't let mine into the kitchen. Can't cook for shit (apart from very good omelettes which she always gets right). She one made fish ala king when she had no chicken ... then the fight started.


Holy carp


Don't think the Lord himself would have eaten that. x(


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She has the kitchen, die braai is myne. This arrangement works pretty well. Only once argued about it when I tried to get her to clean some part of the braai and she bit my head off.


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I have no problem with my missus using any of my braais . I really enjoy the way she seasons food. Can smell what a meal needs where I need to taste it


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She has the kitchen, die braai is myne. This arrangement works pretty well. Only once argued about it when I tried to get her to clean some part of the braai and she bit my head off.


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Braai and kombuis are both my exclusive territories up until washing up time.

Mme Echo is more a fooder than a foody. She is less discerning than her dog when it comes to food and it shows in her cooking.


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCLsxwH7-J8

Funny braai sketch :lol:


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What I love as a side with my meal is to chew on a pickled chilli. I grow and pickle my own. They are at there best currently. At about 6 weeks.

I just enjoy that cleansing burn that prepares your taste buds for the next installment.


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Will be having a seafood Sunday with a few friends. Kreef and calamari it is!


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Went for a dads & lads camping trip this weekend.

The recent rain has left a lot of the wood quite wet, and I shamefully struggled to get the fire going for dinner.

Over strides a Kenyan version of Crocodile Dundee, with a handful of zebra shit in one hand and a paraffin spray bottle in the other. He proceeds to give the zebra shit a healthy couple of sprays of parafin and then chucks it into the fire and WHOOSH it goes up.

What a guy :proud:


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