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04 June 2010

South African 'kwezeen'

From spicy bunny chow to a "smiley" roasted sheep head, World Cup visitors will find local food that reflects South Africa's varied cultures, landscapes and 11 official languages.

From spicy bunny chow to a "smiley" roasted sheep head, World Cup visitors will find local food that reflects South Africa's varied cultures, landscapes and 11 official languages.

BOEREWORS: A thick aromatic beef sausage, known as a "boerie roll" if served as a hot dog.

 
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