- A proud South African mom shared a few cute pictures of her children tucking into a local delicacy - chicken feet
- Monique Hertz shared the pictures of her little ones to the #ImStaying group on Facebook, saying that they ate it with pap
- Stayers rushed to the comments section to share their own stories about the uniquely South African dish
A South African mom shared a few adorable pictures of her children tucking into a traditional Saffa meal. The kids can be seen chowing down on some chicken feet. Monique Hertz shared that her little ones love pap and chicken feet.
Monique shared the adorable pictures of her children and their uniquely South African meal to the #ImStaying group on Facebook. Stayers are loving the pictures of the two cuties enjoying their food.
The post was shared quite recently and has already gained over 8 500 reactions and around 1 200 comments on the social networking site.
The comments section is full of love and joy as many shared their own stories.
Mahlengi Vayvo Ngcobo Satywa wrote:
"My favourite for every day. My kids just eats them like there's no tomorrow."
Millicent Bucie said:
"I started eating chicken feet when I was doing Grade 10. Now they are always no. 1 in my grocery list."
Sethabile P Zulu commented:
"Yummy, enjoy boys, love chicken feet with phuthu, once I start eating them I can't get enough."
Kershree Pillay added:
"Lol in my house my nieces, nephew and son fight for the feet. We have to cook two chicken to get four feet for them."
In other news about adorable kids, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a kid who joined in on the #JohnVuliGate challenge. This after an incredibly adorable clip was uploaded by @ChristoThurston onto his popular Twitter page recently.
In the short video, which Christo captioned, "Wa zama shem," which means "She's trying, shame", the little one can be seen doing her best to get the dance right. While we can safely say her efforts may have been in vain, she has managed to melt thousands of South Africans' hearts.
The 17-second long clip got nearly 40 000 views and over 3 000 likes. Many touched tweeps also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the child's 'killer' moves.
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