Some of you are lucky enough to have a garden and space to braai, but for many that’s not the case. So what can you do when body corporate plays hardball?
If you’re in need of something a little different on the braai these days we have your back. Don’t worry, we’ve kept it nice and simple.
It normally takes a pretty special effort to nail the hotly contested Weber competitions, and this time around we weren’t disappointed.
Heritage Day is around the corner, which means many will be taking on the braai to celebrate in the most South African way possible. This is next level though.
How much more lekker would your work week be if you won a braai whilst sitting behind that desk? Go on, it’s time you finally won something.
For some people it’s fast cars and nice watches, for others it’s a lavish property with all the trimmings. Then there’s the king of the braais.
The Rugby Championships are coming, and that means gathering up your mates and sinking a few cold ones. Boerie rolls and tomato sauce again, though?
For too many South Africans a braai means the same old meat done the same old way. How about we try something a little different?
Braaing is no longer a slapdash excuse to drink, with some meat cooked to appease the hunger. Time to do them good and proper, so take notes please.
It might be winter, but that doesn’t mean South Africans aren’t huddled around the braai for warmth. Perhaps they might want to change things up a little.
Everyone has their favourite tips and tricks to make a standard recipe their own, but we’ve enlisted the help of a big hitter to make this one stand out.
We’ve had a great few weeks reading through your hilarious braai stories, but one stood out from the rest. Cue the drum roll.
It’s about time you broke that promise you made years ago and spilled the beans on your funniest braai story. With this massive prize I’m sure everyone will understand.
Everyone should know how to rock steak, boerie and chops on the braai, but maybe it’s time you expanded your horizon with this tasty winter treat.
Weber Braais have been welcomed into homes around South Africa for decades, and now we’re offering you the chance to do the same.
There’s nothing quite as South African as the braai, but foreign influences are making us question just which way is better.