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Braai in Style


[OUT OF PRINT]
Author: Lannice Snyman
ISBN 0-620-23840-2
R129.95
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SIZE :280 mm x 220 mm. 94 pages
SPECS : Full colour. Soft cover
FIRST EDITION : 1983
REPRINTED : 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990
REVISED EDITION : 1993
REPRINTED : 1999, 2001, 2005
Photographer: Volker Miros

The complete South African outdoor cookbook has sold over 100 000 copies in eight impressions and a complete revamp in 1993. In this comprehensive guide to cooking over the coals, Lannice Snyman, one of South Africa's most accomplished cookery writers, has produced an invaluable collection of fabulous recipes, as well as hints and recipes for the braai, including how to make the perfect fire, how to prepare vegetables, meat and seafood, as well as sections on starters, side dishes, potjiekos, spitbraais and desserts.

The braai is a much loved South African tradition, a national pasttime that has enthusiasts gathering round their fires at every opportunity to sizzle up a casual outdoor meal. For millions of back-yard braaiers the job is decidedly a part-time (if passionate) occupation, often quite commendably accomplished by one with little or no experience in the art of cooking.

The fabric of this book has been woven from the threads of countless recipes and snippets of information gleaned over many years of braaiing – that most congenial of meal-sharing occasions. The author’s own fire-side experiences – mostly happy, a few disastrous, all enlightening – form a broad base of expertise from which she built a mine of information on all aspects of the art of cooking over the coals.

Though widely varied and suited to braais from casual to ultra formal, all the recipes have one thing in common – an essence of style to make your braai an occasion to be remembered with pleasure.

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