In South Africa, during national holidays and many other celebrations, braaing boerewors is a common outdoor activity. 'Braaing' is the Afrikaans' word for barbecuing or grilling. Meat is the undisputed King of the "Braai"!
Delicious wafting smells of a boerewors braai will regularly overwhelm you, especially over the weekends. The weather is very forgiving and there is sufficient sunny weather in the long summer months to support the braaing of boerewors. On these days, get ready for men with their beer-belly sticking over their shorts as they tend to the boerewors braai. Its mostly men around the braai, tongs in hand cooking, slikking back, um drinking, a Castle, Amstel or Windhoek Lager.
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