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SOCIAL SNIPPET: We got to braai with Barry Hilton and Jenny Morris

2016-06-15 11:26
 

Cape Town – On Tuesday we got to hang out with celebrity chef Jenny Morris and comedian Barry Hilton for a lekker braai at Giggling Gourmet Cooking School at the Cape Quarter Shopping Centre. 

What’s it about?

With Father’s Day around the corner, celebrity chef Jenny Morris showed South Africa’s very own 'cousin' and internationally renowned comedian, Barry Hilton how to braai a steak. And what better way to celebrate Father's Day than with a braai and some award-winning wines?

Using a special recipe that includes Perdeberg Wines, Jenny Morris and Barry Hilton delighted us with a succulent braai and some saucy banter.

Jenny Morris is an ambassador for Perdeberg Wines and Barry Hilton has his very own Nou Gaan Ons Braai clothing range

Overheard: 

 - While showing Barry how to braai a steak, Jenny revealed you have to listen to your food while cooking it. It will tell you when it needs to be turned and when it’s done!

 - The yummy meat for the braai was Checkers’ Championship boerewors and lamb chops.

 - Perdeberg Wines, who supplied an amazing selection of wines to accompany the braai, will be opening a brand new venue at their wine farm in a month’s time. Keep an eye on their website for more details.

See some snaps from the event here:

Braaing up a storm with @jennymorrischef and @barryhilton #nougaanonsbraai

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All.The.Meat. @jennymorrischef @barryhilton #nougaanonsbraai

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Boerewors @jennymorrischef @barryhilton #nougaanonsbraai

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Lunch is served. @jennymorrischef @barryhilton #nougaanonsbraai

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