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THE BEST of the best – that’s what you will get in this braai mag­a­zine. We’ve gone through our mas­sive recipe archives and picked the very best dishes to com­pile this bumper braai mag­a­zine. So if you love a good braai, then you’re hold­ing the recipe mag­a­zine that will help you serve up a mem­o­rable feast for friends and fam­ily.

There’s some­thing for ev­ery­one, whether you’re a novice braaier or an ex­pert around the fire with tongs in hand. If you are in­deed a be­gin­ner, you will ap­pre­ci­ate our metic­u­lous in­struc­tions and tips on how to build the per­fect fire (page 16) and how to braai any cut of meat (page 6).

We’ve in­cluded a wide va­ri­ety of se­ri­ously tasty mari­nades (page 26) and rubs (page 46) which will en­sure your braai is never bor­ing. Plus there’s also a sec­tion on the lat­est braai ac­ces­sories and gad­gets on the mar­ket (page 34).

The recipes in­clude nu­mer­ous ways with var­i­ous cuts of meat and fish. And what is a braai with­out braai toasties, braai pies and de­li­cious sal­ads? We’ve gone all out to choose side dishes that are bound to im­press your guests and se­cure your rep­u­ta­tion as the Queen or King of En­ter­tain­ing. And if you’ve ever won­dered what mu­si­cian Loy­iso Bala loves to throw on the coals, or what for­mer Miss SA Melinda Bam has to have when she’s host­ing a braai, you’ll also find it right here. Celebs share sto­ries of why they love to braai and the sig­na­ture dishes they serve when the fire gets go­ing.

So pre­pare your fire, mar­i­nate your meat, chop those salad in­gre­di­ents, get out the tongs . . . it’s time to braai!

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