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Your password will be emailed to you! Time limit is exhausted. Chops, chicken and boerewors literally "farmer's sausage," an incredibly long coiled sausage made of beef, lamb or pork mixed with herbs are ubiquitous. Different regions have their own spice mixes and specialties: peanut butter and apricot jam on chicken wings; peri-peri sauce on just about anything; springbok loin with anchovy butter; and "walkie talkies," or chicken feet. Non-meat staples are common -- corn on the cob, cheese-and-tomato sandwiches and homemade bread along with cold salads -- though it's generally tough going for vegetarians in this part of the world.
Depending on region and culture, different meats predominate. No matter what's being cooked, the braai brings people together Sheep, goat and pork are popular in some cultures but not others.
Black South Africans will tell you that goat is preferable to lamb, says Bonello. What's considered a choice cut differs as well: sheep's head and tail are delicacies to some, and repugnant to others.
Potjiekos is a small pot of stew cooked over an open fire. Ostrich farms along stretches of highway are about as common as cattle farms in Kansas. Wild game such as springbok, kudu, eland and warthog are favored specialties more likely to be eaten by hunters than city dwellers. Snoek is a cheap, popular source of protein in and around Cape Town.
Restaurant-style braais are most popular in townships, places for those who have little chance to attend an authentic braai. On Sunday mornings, the line at Mzoli's starts at 9 a. People head into the butcher section to place their order -- usually a mixed platter of meat, such as chops, pork and boerewors, perhaps with some pap a stiff cornmeal mash on the side -- then pass through a narrow corridor to drop off their pile of meat in the kitchen.