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Big plans for the weekend!


BRAAIVLEIS
Biermarinade
Braaisous
Braaivleis marinade
Pynappel marinade
Wynmarinade
Poetoepap
Stywepap
Feespap
Asbrood
Maklike roosterkoek
Biltong, kaas en uiepotbrood
Mieliebrood
Braaivleisbroodjie
Mieliepaptert
Mopaniewurms
Pynappel oor die kole
Aartappels vir braaivleis
Warm patats in foelie
Varkribbetjie oor die kole
Duiwelsrib
Tjops met heuning en blatjang
Braaitjops
Lamstjops met kruieknoffelbottersous
Lemoen en gemmer varktjops
Gepekelde varktjops met heuning en mosterd
Anyssaad biefstuk
Biefstuk in biermarinade
Cowboy beesvleisskywe
Gevlekte vis met rooi marinade
Vis in piesangblare
Geroosterde snoek
Peri-Peri plathoendertjie
Geroosterde piepkuikens
Betty se sosaties
Varkvleis sosaties
Kebabs met peppadews
POTJIEKOS 15
Potjie marinade
Beesstertpotjie
Geurige beesskenkelpotjie
Maalvleispotjie uit die boonste rakke
Mosselpot
Skaapafvalpotjie
Tamatie lamsvleis met kluitjies
Hoender Noedel potjie
Rooi potjie vir pa 19
Hoender, Biltong en Spekpotjie
Varkkneukel met droëvrugte potjie
Kerriepotjie
Biltongpotjie
Volstruispotjie
Hoenderpot met skop
Hoenderpotjie in roomsous
Visblitzpot
Seekospotjie
Hoender en Patatpotjie
Vegetariese Eiervrugpotjie
Rooibok potjie
Skaapskenkel potjie
Lamsnek peperpot
Souskluitjies in ‘n ysterpot
Andre se watertand hoenderpot
Wors en Niertjiepotjie
WILDSVLEIS
Wildehoender met olywe
Tuisgemaakte Roomkrummelkaas
Wildslewer
Wildsvleis en uie kasserol
Haas a la supréme
Wildsvleis kasserol met droëvrugte
Tarentaal Italiano
Volstruis frikadelle
Impala stoofgereg
Bosveld wildsmeer
Matumi Wildsfilet
Wildsnek
Vlakvarkboudjie
Wildevarkboud marinade
Wildstong met mosterdsous
Patrys en perskes
Gebraaide wildsboud of blad in soetwyn
Springbok hutspot
Rooibokrugfilet
Ystervark rugvel
Koedoepastei
Wildsvleis bobotie
Gestopte wildsboud
Wildsvleisskywe in wynsous
Wildsvleispastei met skilferkorsdeeg
Appelkoos springboksaal
Gevulde wildsvleis ribbetjie
Droëvrugteslaai
Gestoofde volstruisnek
Vlakvarkfilet met peper en kruiekors
SKEMERKELKIES
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DraadkarD wrote:Big plans for the weekend!

Bubbles, will you get some pepperoni for the BBQ?
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Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Big plans for the weekend!

Bubbles, will you get some pepperoni for the BBQ?


Wynand Olivier with aviators on, what are your plans for the weekend? You still in Bloem?
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DraadkarD wrote:
Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Big plans for the weekend!

Bubbles, will you get some pepperoni for the BBQ?


Wynand Olivier with aviators on, what are your plans for the weekend? You still in Bloem?

Indeed I am.

May be going to this quaint little dam outside Bloemfontein to braai and get completely wasted.
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Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Big plans for the weekend!

Bubbles, will you get some pepperoni for the BBQ?


Wynand Olivier with aviators on, what are your plans for the weekend? You still in Bloem?

Indeed I am.

May be going to this quaint little dam outside Bloemfontein to braai and get completely wasted.



Krugersdrift or Rustfontein?
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DraadkarD wrote:
Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Big Nipper wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Big plans for the weekend!

Bubbles, will you get some pepperoni for the BBQ?


Wynand Olivier with aviators on, what are your plans for the weekend? You still in Bloem?

Indeed I am.

May be going to this quaint little dam outside Bloemfontein to braai and get completely wasted.



Krugersdrift or Rustfontein?

The latter, we have a tin shed at the dam, with one of the best braai spots in the land.

:smug:
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DraadkarD wrote:Image

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Looks weak
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Beaver_Shark wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Image

Looks weak


Indeed.
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Big Nipper wrote:
Beaver_Shark wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Image

Looks weak


Indeed.


Can't even outrun John Smit

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Beaver_Shark wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Image

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Looks weak


It goes great with the odd shark fin soup! mmmmmmmmmmm
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Ahhhh the good old brakalakas, potjie, sausagjie, lambjie and chakalaka saucejie thread.
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Gobshiet wrote:Ahhhh the good old brakalakas, potjie, sausagjie, lambjie and chakalaka saucejie thread.

Dont forget the sosaties and skilpadjies.
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Big Nipper wrote:
Gobshiet wrote:Ahhhh the good old brakalakas, potjie, sausagjie, lambjie and chakalaka saucejie thread.

Dont forget the sosaties and skilpadjies.


It saddens me that those are actually real things.
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Gobshiet wrote:
Big Nipper wrote:
Gobshiet wrote:Ahhhh the good old brakalakas, potjie, sausagjie, lambjie and chakalaka saucejie thread.

Dont forget the sosaties and skilpadjies.


It saddens me that those are actually real things.

Have you tasted the vokoftjies?
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Insane_Homer wrote::roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=140

Well the quorum decided that it was not permissible for an ex-pat to start an official braai thread.
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Any "Official" braai thread is not official until THIS is in the thread! 8)

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saffer13 wrote:Any "Official" braai thread is not official until THIS is in the thread! 8)

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Were you drunk when you built that?
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Bugger off! :x
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Big Nipper wrote:
Insane_Homer wrote::roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=140

Well the quorum decided that it was not permissible for an ex-pat to start an official braai thread.


but but but but my blood is green (it's only my passport that's not).

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Ahhh, so you mean a barbeque, right?

Have an great burger recipe if you'd like it?
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Tupperware wrote:Ahhh, so you mean a barbeque, right?

Have an great burger recipe if you'd like it?


You mean a burgjie?
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Shot Bru!
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Got some special mates coming around friday night. Don't want to give too much away but Allies butchery has some yummy Rump at R59. 95 a kilo.
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saffer13 wrote:Any "Official" braai thread is not official until THIS is in the thread! 8)

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If I, in time, buy a house a braai will be the first renovation to it!
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DraadkarD wrote:Some braai tips from Jack Parrow

Draadkar wie is die bleeksiel op jou avator?
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Sards, waar's die joint met die goedkoop steak?
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Miss NickD bought me this in Jan because my "Build a braai like the Yanks" budget ended up going into a major garden landscaping jobbie while on leave.....
Massive compared to the weber.

My built in job will have to wait another year :(

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Nickdemus wrote:Miss NickD bought me this in Jan because my "Build a braai like the Yanks" budget ended up going into a major garden landscaping jobbie while on leave.....
Massive compared to the weber.

My built in job will have to wait another year :(

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Also only have a Weber at the moment and its fulfilling its purpose, however I would like something to make a huge wood fire on and that is capable to braai for 20 people.

Nic, the braai on the right looks decent!
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OomPB wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Some braai tips from Jack Parrow

Draadkar wie is die bleeksiel op jou avator?


Dis ekke oom.
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DraadkarD wrote:
Nickdemus wrote:Miss NickD bought me this in Jan because my "Build a braai like the Yanks" budget ended up going into a major garden landscaping jobbie while on leave.....
Massive compared to the weber.

My built in job will have to wait another year :(

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Also only have a Weber at the moment and its fulfilling its purpose, however I would like something to make a huge wood fire on and that is capable to braai for 20 people.

Nic, the braai on the right looks decent!


It is...R350 without a grid.

Those grids are left overs from braais that have long since rusted away..have one or two more in the garage.
Didn't want the grid as it fits into the braai and sits there so you can't have a fire on the side etc.
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Nickdemus wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
Nickdemus wrote:Miss NickD bought me this in Jan because my "Build a braai like the Yanks" budget ended up going into a major garden landscaping jobbie while on leave.....
Massive compared to the weber.

My built in job will have to wait another year :(

Image



Also only have a Weber at the moment and its fulfilling its purpose, however I would like something to make a huge wood fire on and that is capable to braai for 20 people.

Nic, the braai on the right looks decent!

Nic, what happened to your weber's leg? Looks like you tried to mount it from behind.
It is...R350 without a grid.
Didn't want the grid as it fits into the braai and sits there so you can't have a fire on the side etc.
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Big Nipper wrote:Nic, what happened to your weber's leg? Looks like you tried to mount it from behind.

I do like braaing but don't want to be naaing the braai boet.
Mate fell into it years back....that fcuker is about 7 years old already...still in good condition apart from the crooked leg.
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Nickdemus wrote:It is...R350 without a grid.

Those grids are left overs from braais that have long since rusted away..have one or two more in the garage.
Didn't want the grid as it fits into the braai and sits there so you can't have a fire on the side etc.

OuBoet my gas bottle braai is nearly done now. Have it since 2000 and have to start looking for a new one. Hopefull I find a sweiser to help me build a brand new one. The empty gas bottle cost me R30 back in 2000.
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DraadkarD wrote:
OomPB wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Some braai tips from Jack Parrow

Draadkar wie is die bleeksiel op jou avator?


Dis ekke oom.

Hoekom het jy dit nou verander? Sorry as ek jou aanstoot gegee het.
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OomPB wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:
OomPB wrote:
DraadkarD wrote:Some braai tips from Jack Parrow

Draadkar wie is die bleeksiel op jou avator?


Dis ekke oom.

Hoekom het jy dit nou verander? Sorry as ek jou aanstoot gegee het.


Hahahaha, nee oom ek wou dit verander, weet hoe kry julle dit reg om sulke groot fotos op the sit nie. Ek sukkel.
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OomPB wrote:
Nickdemus wrote:It is...R350 without a grid.

Those grids are left overs from braais that have long since rusted away..have one or two more in the garage.
Didn't want the grid as it fits into the braai and sits there so you can't have a fire on the side etc.

OuBoet my gas bottle braai is nearly done now. Have it since 2000 and have to start looking for a new one. Hopefull I find a sweiser to help me build a brand new one. The empty gas bottle cost me R30 back in 2000.


You'll find one Oom, otherwise Cape Steel sell the half drum with a grid on a stand for R200...that is cheap.
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