- Images of an old file cabinet being used as a make-shift braai stand has been shared online
- In the various draws of the cabinet, the innovative person who thought up the idea placed a variety of foods to be cooked
- South Africans found the concept both hilarious and creative and shared these sentiments in the comment section
We've probably said it before but will have to say it again, Mzansi is alive with possibilities! A post shared on Twitter by a young man with the handle @lindz_malindz shows how a creative local made use of an old file cabinet in the most creative of ways.
In the various images, someone who clearly knows how to think out of the box decided to use the old cabinet as a braai stand. In the draws of the cabinet that are filled with hot charcoal, are the meat and the vegetables that look as though they are being cooked to perfection in the funny contraption.
"Only in South Africa," Bonginkosi captioned the snaps.
Impressed locals had this to say about the makeshift braai stand/old cabinet:
"Brilliant idea YAZ"
"In the US they actually have these kinda customized cooking types of equipment exactly like this one."
"Saw something similar on bizarre foods. Looks dope though"
@Simbarashe0629 was of the opinion that:
"I'm sorry to disappoint you guys but this is not South Africa. Actually it's Zambia. The greatest country in the world.."
In other interesting Briefly News reports, South Africans are quite a creative bunch. Most know how to "MacGyver" any situation they come across or in simple terms, SAns can make something out of nothing. That's exactly what happened at a recent get-together.
While it may be a shock to some Saffas, not everyone owns a braai stand. But this didn't affect a group of friends as a wheelbarrow came to the rescue. A piece of metal with squares in it was placed over a fire in the wheelbarrow.
The meat was placed on top of that and there you have it, a makeshift-wheelbarrow braai.Musa captioned his post that was shared to the #ImStaying group:
"Wheelbarrow came to the rescue. To eternal friends #WeStaying."
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