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  1. life-without-limits

    Braai/BBQ Grill Liners

    Vir die Suid-Afrikaanse braai-nasie van Kanada!! U vriendlike ondersteuning word waardeer. Did you ever open the BBQ lid only to discover that it was not cleaned the last time it was used! Annoying Right!!! A painful sight especially when you are ready for action! Shiny Innovations takes the hassle out of barbecuing. You will never have to clean your grate again! Just slap on a liner and you're ready to BBQ! After use, discard the liner... Voila! Shiny Innovations disposable liners are extremely versatile and convenient especially for use on those nasty public grills such as in condos, rental cottages, parks and campgrounds...after all, who knows what was on those grates before! Our hygienic liners protect you from harmful germs, rust and carbonized surfaces. A great healthy choice because some liners do not drain fat away but with the Shiny Innovations disposable liner, fat drains away easily leaving a healthier meal to enjoy. Our product is available on Amazon :) USA: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08W3RX484?... Canada: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B08W3RX484?r... Follow and 'like us' on social media: Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyOI8iyUt_U Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Shiny.Innovations.bbq Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@shinyinnovations?lang=en Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shinyinnovations/ Baie baie dankie! Groete, Stewart
  2. Rohnman

    Mzanzi Stickers

    Hello Everyone...for those of you using iphones, you can now add South African flavour to your iMessages. Sayings like... "Nou Gaan Ons Braai", "Chill, Bru!" or "Suka Wena!" and Icons like a Koeksuster or Biltong. Hope you enjoy it Visit http://tinyurl.com/hz8gcr5
  3. Johno

    Hello.....Wil Jy Braai? (video)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=ldSV_vJZumk&app=desktop
  4. It's night and currently +/- 24 degrees outside here in the Lowveld with distant thunderstorms in the background. Pick n Pay chicken flattie (lemon and herb by the way) on my Weber, on the stoep and a nice REAL wiskey (none of that purple Royal Crown stuff) on ice in my glass. Sorry people, had to slip it in there - I have to listen to you all yap about how safe and nice it is over there, so....I have braai and good weather. Take that! So, that got me thinking: What are the rules regarding making fire for a braai in Canada? Can you make fire in your backyard without having your neighbors think that you are part of some secret sect that kills and offers living things late at night, with weird Dutch sounding music in the background? Lets not talk about the bananas, condensed milk and mayonnaise.... What about public places and parks? And please, I am not talking about propane or Cadac gas, I am talking about the real stuff - wood fire. With meat. On a grid. With a beer.....or two...ok ok maybe three. Whats the deal? Do they allow braai rooms, like those snobbish Capetonians have for winter months to braai their pap snoeks? I met a young American in South-Dakota (I had to, I dated his sister) who at 21 never had any meat that was cooked on a wood fire - I kid you not. And we call them privileged. Will this be my future? Wood-less braais without making the neighbors envious with the that unmistakable aroma in the neighborhood air?? Educate me.