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A South African gastronomic journey

The Experience Gastronomy and products internationalization

Tuesday 15, 15:30h - 16:30h | Hall 6 - Showcooking 4Free access
15-09-2020 15:3015-09-2020 16:30Europe/MadridA South African gastronomic journey

South Africa’s culinary world is a reflection of its multicultural diversity within the country. With influences from South East Asia, Europe and Africa from centuries of colonisation and immigration, a new flavour was born. Culturally, meat is widely eaten and it is very common to have a weekend bbq or “Braai” as it is called. Cured and dried meat such as Biltong is also a specialty and was a way of preserving the food during the Voortrekkers time. They travelled all of Southern Africa in wagons and needed methods of keeping food preserved during long and hot summers. 

Hall 6 - Showcooking 4

South Africa’s culinary world is a reflection of its multicultural diversity within the country. With influences from South East Asia, Europe and Africa from centuries of colonisation and immigration, a new flavour was born. Culturally, meat is widely eaten and it is very common to have a weekend bbq or “Braai” as it is called. Cured and dried meat such as Biltong is also a specialty and was a way of preserving the food during the Voortrekkers time. They travelled all of Southern Africa in wagons and needed methods of keeping food preserved during long and hot summers. 

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Alimentaria & HOSTELCO 2020
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