Food, wine & cooking

Cooking meat outdoors in southern Africa?

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One of the best experience in South Africa
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I love traditional foods and cooking methods from other countries. I think the western world has forgotten the importance of gathering as a family or a group of friends.
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"If you look at the global cuisine when it comes to cooking traditions, you'll notice that each continent has got a common cooking technique when it comes to meat," he said."The difference is the spices and the herbs that they use."
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We are lucky, though, to have a South African butcher near to where I live, which means that we can get these great meats and boerewors. Not quite the buck boerewors that my uncle makes, but it is still delecious.
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Place the meat in the dish and perforate it with the fork on both sides. Then add 5 to 10 drops of Pineapple juice onto each piece of meat and perforate them again. Do not turn the meat over this time but leave them for 10 to 20 minutes. Turn them over, add the Pineapple juice and perforate again. Wait another 10 to 20 minutes before going on to the next step.
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You mean BBQ? People have been doing that for centuries.
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