The story of potjiekos is about a popular South African speciality food usually cooked in a cast iron pot over an open fire. The book provides a simple introduction to potjiekos, including what it is, a little about its history and how to make it. It also provides a recipe and step-by step instructions for making your own potjiekos.
This book is one of the seven books in the Made in South Africa series, by ex-school teacher turned non-fiction author Lynn Barnes. The books are aimed at younger readers and are divided into short chapters with full-colour photos and illustrations. The language is clear and accessible for both first- and second-language learners. A word help section explains more difficult terms that are relevant to the particular topic. These informative books provide excellent resource material for school projects and assignments. They are ideal for schools, libraries, home-schooling and children with enquiring minds.
The 7 books in the Made in South Africa series are:
The story of rooibos tea
The story of shweshwe
The story of biltong
The story of paper
The story of potjiekos
The story of wine
The story of feather dusters.
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