Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Fish and Chips on South Africa's West Coast

We always enjoy wonderful food every time we visit my in-laws at Britannia Bay. The fresh fish and chips we bought at the harbor and my mother-in-law made the sides, which consisted of two salads and a sweet potato gratin.

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We also had a couple of South African wines, one of them is featured here: Edgebaston Pepper Pot. A traditional South African dish called "potjiekos" (meaning "small pot food") is cooked outside on a three-legged cast-iron pot called a "potjie" like on the wine label. If you want to learn about a few more South African beverages, visit my post: Summer Drinks in South Africa.

Edgebaston The Pepper Pot
and an Avocado Salad

Fresh Fish and Chips

Mixed Tomato Salad

Fish and Chips with Sides

Fresh Fish from the West Coast

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