Give Away # 5 :A Bottle of Mrs Balls' Chutney & A Copy of South African Recipes

South African Banquet -part two- Now that I know a little more about South African food I would love to share my newly acquired knowledge with you.

GIVE AWAY #5 is


 A Copy of Cape Wine Braii Masters Cookbook - an education in the art of South African braii - barbecue- and various other delicious fares such salads, bread, onepot recipes

And

A bottle of Mrs Balls Peach chutney. An item which I understand is  compulsory in any South African pantries.
All you need to do is leave a  comment answering the following question:
What is your favorite South African dish?
if you have no idea just say so, this is a perfectly acceptable after all I I knew nothing about it last week.


If you re-tweet this post, let me know and you will be entered twice.


Competition ends on the 10th April, it is open to UK and Irish residents.
Good luck

32 comments:

happyfox said...

I don't know anything much about South African food, apart from biltong and braai. I spent some time in Holland, so I don't know if shares some history. It's always interesting when you start with a whole new list of ingredients and different techniques :)

Diana
@happyfox

happyfox said...

Tweeted @happyfox

Corina said...

I'm afraid I don't know much about South African food - yet! I have heard they do great barbecues though.

Corina said...

I've tweeted too
@Corinathecook

Anonymous said...

I had Bobotie once in a pub and loved it

nursey said...

I can't say that I've ever thought about South African food, but I can imagine it could be quite flavoursome. Love trying new things, so thanks for the giveaway!

oh, and Mrs Balls' chutney is delicious!!!

nursey said...

have retweeted @maxineflossy

mummy24 said...

have to be honest and say i dont know much about south afican food either!

Anonymous said...

I may be young but i love experimenting with my cooking.. i havent tried any South African dishes as of yet but you never know, i may just be good at it!! It will be intresting to see what it turns out like :)

Sophie
@sophie_morris

mummy24 said...

i have retweeted too @ashlallan

Anonymous said...

I have to be honest, I love cooking and I'm very interested in food - but pretty ignorant about south african cooking. Even more of a reason why I would LOVE to win this!
@fairydustwing

Anonymous said...

I have also tweeted and follow you on twitter - @fairydustwing

AuraDemonNinth said...

I'm trying to broaden the tastes of my 4 fussy kids and hubby so would LOVE to win this!

AuraDemonNinth said...

also tweeted as @AuraDemonNinth x

bloomers said...

I don't know anything about South African food, but my husbands cousin lives in South Africa and I know that some of it is very strange!

bloomers said...

Have retweeted - @bloomingfox

Medsdemon said...

i don't know anything of South African though I have 2 South African friends. it would be great to try some recipes out and surprise them with a meal

@medsdemon

Medsdemon said...

I retweeted your comp post.

Thanks for the lovely giveaway X

@medsdemon

Compers Luck said...

I don't know much about south Africian foods, it sounds very interesting though. I love to cook so would be very interesting.
Thanks for the giveaway :)
@vickyd4v3

Choclette said...

I make a vegetarian version of bobotie which I really like. Peach chutney sounds delicious.

louche~chef said...

Melktert

Nicole said...

I wish I could say but I really do not know, hope to in the future though! Have tweeted @nikkiopia

Solange said...

Nicole has tweeted, one more entry for you -this comment with its number will go on your behalf in the randomiser. THANKS for participating

applejackxx said...

My partner worked in Madagascar and SA for 3 months last year and he said the food was amazing, i myself have no idea but the way he speaks of it is fantastic!x

retweeted as @applejack86

Cheeky said...

My favourite South African meal is Potjiekos. Simple to make, tasty and totally South African.

Use whatever you have available and what is in season.

Best cooked on a barbecue on a beautiful South African Summer evening.

tomandcheeky@yahoo.co.uk

janet said...

Would love to win this as I work with two south africans and would love to cook for them

judithsbooks said...

i don't know much about South African food, so I think it's time I found out.

Anonymous said...

not sure how to do anything active though, like replying to your lovely blog hope this works- know nothing about SA cuisine

emil said...

mrs balls on a boerewors roll.

clareandtribe said...

to be honest .. i know nothing !!! but the book does look very interesting and im always keen to learn :)
plus i love chutney lol

@clareandtribe on twitter or clareandtribe@aol.com xx

clareandtribe said...

i am following you on twitter and have retweeted one of your comp tweets xx
@clareandtribe

Cassie said...

I don't know anything about South African food, but it sounds interesting! I have a friend visiting there right now and he ate zebra and crocodile, very exotic to me here!

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