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Are we there yet Week 4 link up.
This week the link up will have a different theme. Please write a few sentences about your favorite road trip. If you’d like to stick to the original theme of just posting a road sign you are most welcome to do that.
My favorite road trip is traveling to a place that I haven’t been before. (I know that is very general but I looove road trips.)
Some of the most epic road trips I remember is going to Cape Town or Namibia. I also remember the road trip to Clarens with my sister. There are too many to mention…can you decide on only 1?
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This is the second post about bread. See the first post here.
Every South African is familiar with Vetkoek. In different cultures it has different names but the essence is the same. My mom used to make it for us often and we ate it with jam or mince.
500 gram Self Raising flour.
1 large egg.
1 tin of Beer. Any kind will do.
Mix everthing together and bake in an oven for 1 hour.
Add the following for variation.
Cheese alone or with chopped fresh herbs.
Cheese and bacon.
Garlic and herbs.
1 tin of whole pitted mealies (corn).
Keep some of the bread dough of yeast bread and form small balls about half of your handpalm. Spray with cooking spray and cover with cling wrap. Allow to double and fry in deep oil about the temp as used for chips/fries.
Enjoy with jam.
For more about Boerekos please click here.
There are many different cultures in South Africa and this provides a lot of color to our country. This colorfulness is reflected in our flag as well.
I wanted to showcase the many colors of South Africa in a concise way but couldn’t. My best option for this is to invite you to South Africa to come and see for yourself! 🙂
Below are some elements that provide color to our country:
For a full list of posts in this series please click here.
Day 1: Wedding
Day 6: Why I love South Africa: Heritage sites Day 6
Day 7: Why I love South Africa: The open road Day 7
Day 8: Why I love South Africa: The food Day 8
Day 9: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Cape Town Day 9
Day 10: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Jozi Day 10
Day 11: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Kruger National Park Day 11
Day 12: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Kaapse Hoop Day 12
Day 13: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Pilanesberg Day 13
Day 14: Why I love South Africa: So many places to visit: Eastern Cape Day 14
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