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The Campfire chat site - Sunday 8 March - 2009

The Campfire chat site

Sunday 8   March  2009

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Remember to post which site you are referring to, NK for Nkorho, EP for Elephant Plain .

Streaming cam pics from yesterday    Here

Happy camming

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We have a new day here

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Hi again everyone

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Lets see if this works.....I can't get into the wh chat but can get into campfire chat, hmmmm.  hopefully someone will see this.

Anyone else around?  I see admin is logged on, maybe working on problems.

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Nkorho Ranger wrote:

Bush greeting all.

Hope all is well since the last time I spoke to you all. (years back or it feels like it)

We are planning to cook a "potjiekos" in the near future infront of the web-cam.

Jacques

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here is info from the   AFRICAM BOOK -

The Magic of pot food
("Potjiekos") in South Africa

CLICK ON THE  URL TO SEE THE POTS

AND RECIPIES

http://www.south-africa-tours-and-travel.com/pot-food.html

Potjiekos" (literally meaning pot food) has been part of South Africa’s culture for many centuries. When the first Dutch settlers arrived in the Cape, they brought with them their ways of cooking food in heavy cast iron pots, which hung from the kitchen hearth above the fire.

thBomaZimLogo.jpg picture by krukab

Long before the arrival of the early settlers in the Cape, the Bantu people who were migrating into South Africa, learned the use of the cast iron cooking pot from Arab traders and later the Portuguese colonists.


Mieliepap Recipe

This mieliepap recipe tells you how make an old South African favorite that goes well with meat or as a breakfast porridge or cereal.

5 - 6 cups water (½ water, ½ milk for cereal)
1 cup corn flour
½ tsp. salt
1 tbsp. butter (optional, but it makes it taste better)

Boil the water in a pot and add the salt and butter. Slowly stir in the flour with a wok or fork. Turn the heat to medium and wait for your pap to start bubbling. Cover the pot with a lid and let the pap simmer for 30 - 45 minutes. (The longer and slower it steams, the better the taste.)

This can be eaten with milk and sugar for breakfast, or with brown gravy and braaivleis (BBQ'd meat).

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Good morning everyone!

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Good morning boma and bomites and bomettes! Smiling

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mikemt wrote:

I am SO disappointed right now I may just go away and not re-visit again.

Yesterday, while sitting at home I saw a tree snake actually raiding those weaver nests you see on EP. I have never seen it before!

Welcome back, hang on and you will see some of these awesome sightings too. Join as a follower of africam on Twitter and you get instand msgs what's on on the cams.

 

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Good morning all!

Cams are up  Smile , great!   2 white storks at NK at the moment.

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hi all, streaming cams are back up again. Enjoy Smiling

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