biltong biltong


  • (n) meat that is salted and cut into strips and dried in the sun


  1. Locals still love to chew on biltong (jerky) or dry wors (preserved sausage), often made from game animals such as kudu or ostrich.
  2. Through it all, yellow-bearded, slouch-hatted Commandant-General Smuts carried in his saddlebags, along with his biltong (dried venison) and coffee, a Greek Testament and Kant's .


  • Have Your Fish and Eat It, Too

    Biltong is a South African ­alternative to freezing Dennis Doyle Over the last few years, I have generally kept only those rockfish that my family and I could immediately eat, either giving away or releasing any extras landed. This season, however, the bite has been so good for so long and the fish so delicious that my policy has changed.     By trial and error, I’ve developed two favorite ways ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Bay Weekly

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