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Stellenbosch Hills Biltong & Droewors Adventure

This sounds like it could be fun. Step forward PG Slabbert – winemaker and manager at Stellenbosch Hills: Stellenbosch Hills is the first cellar to combine two proudly South African delights with their Biltong & Droëwors Adventure to be enjoyed in the cellar door. The art of drying meat nowadays is as specialised as the […]

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Round up/explanation

Sorry for the absence of posts over the weekend. Real life got in the way – it happens from time to time. There was the visitor over from the UK, some big decisions to make about money, a hammock to mend and a car to wash – a few other little things as well. It […]

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When Hendo’s met Freddy

Many of you will remember the DIY Biltong post from a few weeks ago. Well, since then I have experimented with many different sorts of meat and many different blends of spices in an attempt to create the world’s best raw-meat based snack. And while I was getting there slowly, my efforts received a huge […]

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DIY Biltong

Ah – biltong – the staple food of South Africans since 1652. What is it? Well, in case you don’t know and you haven’t already clicked through the link above, it’s essentially seasoned, dried meat. But there’s more to it than that. It’s completely addictive, it keeps the South African toothpick and dental floss industries […]

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