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    Going to make some Boerewors.

    Bbq season is upon us

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    cheers

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    That looks like it will make a TON of boerwors!

    Good eatin!
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    OK..I hadda look it up, but it sounds mighty tasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    That looks like it will make a TON of boerwors!
    Literal ton! You'll be set for a while if you use all that casing!

    Sounds tasty - I noticed that both this and the Biltong are heavily spiced with Coriander - is that pretty common for a lot of other SA dishes as well?

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    Well not a ton but purchased 14 kg of meat 50/50 beef pork mix.
    Gotta make enough to last summer and take some on road trip to Nova Scotia later in year.

    Ryan i don't really know, i am just the skivvy Linda determines recipes and does cooking.
    This sausage once the smell gets u while its on Bbq it makes those juices flow and once you have had it you long for more like eating peanuts etc.


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    oh man, that does look good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Well not a ton but purchased 14 kg of meat 50/50 beef pork mix.
    That's 30lbs for the rest of us to save you the conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Ryan i don't really know, i am just the skivvy Linda determines recipes and does cooking.
    This sausage once the smell gets u while its on Bbq it makes those juices flow and once you have had it you long for more like eating peanuts etc.
    Just curious, South African cooking seems to have a lot of borrowed foods from various parts of the world which is usually a good sign flavor wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post

    Ryan i don't really know, i am just the skivvy

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    We have always called our underwear "skivvies"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    We have always called our underwear "skivvies"
    noun: underwear, especially a set consisting of undershirt and underpants, or just the underpants.

    verb (informal): do menial household tasks; work as a skivvy.

    I suspect the root is in common.

    "In more modest households a single Maid-of-all-work or skivvy was often the only staff."

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