1. What is chakalaka?
A: A spicy vegetable dish made of peppers, carrots, tomatoes and onions. Usually served with pap or boerewors.
2. What is the classic accompaniment at a snoek braai?
A: Apricot jam
3. Name the small South African town in which Ouma Rusks were first baked.
4. Bokkoms refer to salted fish that is dried by the wind and then eaten. True or false?
5. What is a Hertzoggie?
A: A small shortbread biscuit, filled with jam and topped with coconut meringue. Named after ex Prime Minister of SA, B M Hertzog.
6. What is the popular spice that is traditionally sprinkled on the top of a melktert?
7. What does the term “tshisa njama” refer to?
A: Braaing meat (literal - to burn meat)
8. What type of meat is used for the making of the traditional South African dish tomato bredie?
9. What SA beer was the fastest growing beer in the world in the year 2013
A: Castle Lite
10. What popular treat is made from deep-fried dough, soaked in cold syrup and shaped to resemble a braid?
11. What prominent spice gives biltong its unique flavour?
12. What is the Cape Malay deep-fried snack called, which is made by deep-frying a spicy ball of dough?
13. What animal and part of the body does a “smiley” refer to?
A: Sheep's head
14. What famous South African pudding was named after a Springbok Rugby Player?
A: Jan Ellis Pudding
15. What animal part is used for the preparation of the traditional South African dish called Mala Mogodu?
16. What type of dish is the city of Durban most well-known for?
17. What is the traditional name for samp and beans?
18. What type of alcoholic beverage is the popular South African drink Umqombothi
19. What 3 distinct flavours does the Cape Malay dish, boeber contain?
A: Cardamom, cinnamon, rose water
20. What SA brandy is officially the Best Brandy in the World?
A: Van Ryn's 12 year old Distiller’s Reserve