Dine van Zyl se potjiekos-resepte is eenvoudig, haar metode maklik en die bestanddele dikwels verspot goedkoop. Want potjiekos is nie 'n kos vol fieterjasies nie. Potjiekos is 'n ritueel, 'n leefwyse, 'n bymekaarkom van vriende. Dit is nie in alleen-ding, jy op jou eie in die kombuis nie. Dis 'n saamwees-ding, 'n deel-ding, 'n mooi-ding. Potjiekos is eie aan ons mense wat lief is vir 'n buite-vuurtjie en 'n botteltjie wyn. Behalwe vir die resepte, vertel hierdie boek van die herkoms van potjiekos, die geskiedenis hier in Suid-Afrika, en die tradisie soos ons dit vandag voortsit.
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|Author||D. J. Van Zyl|
|Publisher||Saayman & Weber (Edms.) Bpk.|
|Comments||Pages slightly yellowed|
How we describe the condition of our books
We are very proud of the condition of the books we sell (please read our testimonials to find out more!)
New: Exactly as it says.
As New: Pretty much new but shows small signs of having been read; inside it will be clean without any inscriptions or stamps; might contain a remainder mark.
Very Good: Might have some creases on the spine; no hard cracks; maybe slight forward lean and short inscription inside; perhaps very minor bumping on the corners of the book; inside clean but the page edges might be slightly yellowed.
Good: A few creases on the spine, perhaps a forward lean, bumping on corners or shelfwear; maybe an inscription inside or some shelfwear or a small tear or two on the dustjacket; inside but page edges might be somewhat yellowed.
Fair: In overall good condition, might have a severe forward lean to the spine, an inscription, bumping to corners; one or two folds on the covers and yellowed pages; in exceptional cases these books might contain some library stamps and stickers or have neat sticky tape which was used to fix a short, closed tear.
Poor: We rarely sell poor condition books, unless the books are in demand and difficult to find in a better condition. Poor condition books are still perfect for a good read, all pages will be intact and none threatening to fall out; most probably a reading copy only.