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Jan Braai’s first crowd-sourced book – featuring YOUR favourite recipes – is here!


It doesn’t matter what you choose to call it, ultimately. Every South African understands what the significance of the braai is. This is where we come together to gossip, laugh, argue, debate and enjoy each other’s company. Long may it continue.
- Sipho Hlongwane

Mzansi loves to braai. In Shisanyama, Jan Braai asked South Africans to send him their best braai recipes, mixed them with some of his own favourites, made sure they were easy and really worked, and then put them in this book! So if you want to know what South Africans love to braai, and how they do it, this is the book for you.

Easy recipes, using readily available South African ingredients, Shisanyama is another Jan Braai classic following on from Fireworks, Red Hot and The Democratic Republic of Braai.

Who is Jan Braai?

His real name is Jan Scannell and he lives to braai. He started the National Braai Day initiative in 2005 and his aim is to create a national celebration of the one activity all South Africans have in common, regardless of race, language, gender or wealth: cooking over a fire.

His TV series Jan Braai for Erfenis has run each year on Kyknet since 2011, and his National Braai Tour is fast becoming a highlight of the annual braai calendar.

For more about Jan Braai visit www.braai.com or follow him on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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