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What is Stainless Steel?

What is Stainless Steel? Stainless steel is a low carbon steel which contains a minimum of 10,5% chromium by weight. It is this addition of chromium that gives the steel its unique stainless,corrosion resisting properties. The chromium content of the steel allows the formation of an invisible film of chromium oxide on the steel surface. […]

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Cast Iron Cookware & Potjie Pots – The Quality Factor

Cast Iron Cookware & Potjie Pots – The Quality Factor When it comes to cast iron potjie pots & cookware, a pot is not a pot is not a pot. Potjie pots have been a part of the South African household and heritage for centuries. Most people will identify with Atlas and Falkirk – The […]

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Chargriller Patio Pro – Customer Feedback

Chargriller Patio Pro – Customer Feedback Dear BraaiShop, I’ve been using my CharGriller PatioPro #1515 now for a couple of months and think it is high-time to give you some feedback, and if you don’t mind, my all-round compliments on the product and your shop. Having lived in North and South America, as well as […]

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The Caveman / Dirty Steak

The Caveman / Dirty Steak The Braaishop Way As the name suggests, the Caveman or Dirty Steak is braaid / grilled / cooked, if you will, directly on the coals. We did our own little test, the results were phenomenal – watch our video clip, fresh from the Braaishop™ Test Kitchen. A must-try for the […]

LotusGrill – The health Braaidue

LotusGrill – The health Braaidue Braaing is without question the most popular social activity in South Africa. Rain or shine, South African’s never need an excuse to light the fire, crack out a few cold ones and gooi a lekker steak, boerie or tjoppie on the grill. We were skeptical when the LotusGrill came along. […]

How to braai steak on a Himalayan Salt Slab

How to braai steak on a Himalayan Salt Slab As a South African, I’m always apprehensive when I come across some newfangled braai technique that interferes with braaing directly over a wood or charcoal fire. I mean, how can one possibly improve on a good old braai? However, in the spirit of product Research and […]