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#201 Grass Snake

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Posted 06 May 2017 - 11:57 PM

Still snowing?

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#202 t0mato


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Posted 07 May 2017 - 08:05 AM

Still snowing?

In the cascade mountains...yes.

What's weird is that where we went is only about a one hour drive. It was 35 degrees and snowy in the mountains but back home it was 63 and sunny. We've had some really strange weather this year.

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#203 Gonzo


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Posted 10 May 2017 - 09:00 AM

Just read through the thread,so nice to see people interested in this thing we call a braai :fireball:  :P


I have yet to see you make a "braaibroodjie"(braaibread) one can not braai without braaibroodjies.


Young and old will have a braai on weekends and have their friends over,that's how we enjoy a good evening in the braai room or outside.


I see you learned rule one but one must also always top up the braaimeesters drink,as they are to busy braaing.


You will always see one of these salads at a braai:

Cold Potatosalad

Kerrie salad

brocolli salad



But most importantly the braaibroodjies :party:


We also make one called "roosterkoek" it's the one i prefer to make and braai,over the traditional one.


Give "jan braai" a follow on insta or facebook he always uploads nice pics of our culture and country and obviously braai pics








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Posted 10 May 2017 - 09:12 AM

Yeah, I plan to get back on track this Summer, leading up to the prime season (in terms of weather and holidays) Stateside - Fall/Winter! ...


Cheers! :cheers:

Love a slightly salty sour with that salt warmness.


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