Bonfire Night Sausage and Baked Potato

Posted By Stephen

A short while ago when visiting my sister, we wandered into a butcher that stocked a lot of South African produce. We bought a wheel of boerewors, which is brilliant on a barbecue (or braai in South African terminology). However, here in England winter is of course on the way and we ended up putting it in the freezer and expecting it to be there forever.

But then of course Bonfire night came along, and along with it the necessity to eat sausages and baked potatoes. So we lit up the barbecue on a dark and drizzly November evening and cooked the boerewors. Kerri was rightfully skeptical of this plan of mine, but it worked out well in the end; luckily for me it wasn’t raining particularly hard or freezing cold, but I’d decided that even if it was then I’d somehow still persevere.

Nov 5th, 2008

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  1. Mrs Ergül said,

    This gotta be a really filling meal!

  2. Stephen said,

    Mrs Ergul that wasn’t all one serving in case you were wondering 🙂 It does look a bit like it on that plate, but actually we had a potato each and about a third of the sausage. I had the final third cold for lunch today. Yum.

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