It's potjiekos in the Cederberg on Ultimate Braai Master tonight!

By Jaco Hough-Coetzee
02 October 2014

What’s more typically South African than traditional potjiekos? Lekker! That’s what the participants in the e.tv reality series, Ultimate Braai Master, have to dish up this evening to impress judges Justin Bonello, Bertus Basson and Petrus Madutlela.

What’s more typically South African than traditional potjiekos? Lekker! That’s what the participants in the e.tv reality series, Ultimate Braai Master, have to dish up this evening to impress judges Justin Bonello, Bertus Basson and Petrus Madutlela.

For this challenge, the 12 remaining teams travel to the Cederberg, an area famous for its magnificent rock formations. The participants have five hours to rustle up a variety of potjiekos dishes, but not everyone’s up the challenge.

Last week viewers saw how the two teams Simply Sisters and Weskus Braaiers were told their time with Ultimate Braai Master had come to an end.

Busisiwe Dhladhla and Thembeka Ngcobo of Simply Sisters. Busisiwe Dhladhla and Thembeka Ngcobo of Simply Sisters.

The Simply Sisters, Busisiwe Dhladhla (32) and Thembeka Ngcobo (31) of Johannesburg, had believed their team motto “We shall overcome!” would be the right kind of motivation to get them through to the finals, but the Ultimate Braai Master judges decided differently.

Weskus Braaiers John Stewart Grundlingh and Bruno Julian Mori. Weskus Braaiers John Stewart Grundlingh and Bruno Julian Mori.

Friends John Stewart Grundlingh (35) and Bruno Julian Mori (34) entered as the Weskus Braaiers in honour of their best friends who died last year, they said. During their short time on Ultimate Braaimaster Bruno check says the thing he missed most was going surfing, while John says he missed his wife.

Now the next two teams are about to pack their bags. Who will it be? Find out this evening (Thursday 2 October) by tuning in to the fourth episode of Ultimate Braaimaster on e.tv. at 20:30.

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