kim2021-10-21T20:01:18+08:00As the weather warms up and the days stretch into lazy summery evenings, my mind starts drifting home to the West Coast of South Africa. Here, we spent many evenings cooking snoek over wingerd stompies (vineyard trimmings). The butterflied snoek, akin to barracuda, would splutter and spit over the hot coals and become perfumed by the drippings of its own juices smoking in the fire. Snoek on the braai is what warm, almost-summer evenings are made for, and the...
kim2021-09-23T21:46:42+08:00This iconic South African dessert needs no introduction! It’s the perfect end to a braai or a lovely addition to a festive spread.
2 cups (500ml) fresh cream
2 cans (360g each) Nestle Caramel Treat
2 packets (200g each) Bakers Tennis Biscuits
2 large Peppermint Crisp chocolates, crushed
Whisk the cream until it forms soft peaks.
Beat the Caramel Treat to loosen it, and then fold it through the cream.
Create alternate layers of the biscuits, cream mixture and crushed Peppermint Crisp...
kim2021-09-23T21:46:55+08:00What could be more South African than a stukkie boerewors (a small piece of sausage)? Few things, really! Here at Cape to Cairo, boerewors is one of the cornerstones of our business, and we take making, braaiing and eating it very seriously!
One of the best ways to enjoy boerie is cooked over the coals. These are my top three rules-to-braai-boerie by:
When braaiing or frying boerewors, never cut it before you grill, fry or braai it. The sausage casing...
kim2021-08-26T21:57:17+08:00Have you ever flirted with the idea of making your own biltong? Well, it’s not such a crazy idea. Follow our step-by-step guide and you’ll be an expert in no time!
THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU BEGIN
In South Africa, biltong was originally made from game meats like springbok and kudu. Today, beef is the most commonly used meat to make this popular salty snack.
The cut you use is up to you. Some people believe the better the cut, the better...
kim2021-07-22T17:01:38+08:00It’s Olympics season, and what better way to show support for your team than by throwing a little torch-lighting party? I’ve put together some of my favourite South African-inspired snacks that can be easily prepared in advance. After all, who wants to be stuck in the kitchen and risk missing something monumental?
My list of hacks begins with a trusty roll of Cape to Cairo Traditional Boerewors, as it so often does! Here, it gets turned into the most delicious,...