2016 Community Envolvement
This year the refreshment were bigger, better & lekkerder. There was free coffee/tea and rusks at the starting point for the athletes.
Tannie Poppie, who participated in Kokkedoor, judged the Potjiekos Competition. She did a cooking demonstration at 9:00 to 11:00 in the Church Hall. She make this day even more special by selling her cookbook for only R220 each (normal price R250). She sign every book & wrote a personal message. Tickets were available at the ticket office on site.
Potjiekos competition took place and we aimed to finish the first potjie at 11:00. As soon as a potjie was judged, everyone could start tasting. Each ticket holder had 6 taste chances and could then vote for the best potjie (people’s choice). Food were sold to raise funds for the NG Church, De Rust.
The theme was “Klein Karoo” to give competitors the opportunity to be creative using local products. Prizes for the first 3 potjies as well as a prize for the “peoples Choice” Potjie. The judges were Tannie Poppie Coetzer and a local chef.
All the food stalls have been at the starting/finishing point. Other food stalls opened at 7:00 and included a Klein Karoo Coffee shop, selling tea/coffee, cake and other snacks, Chips, Burgers as well as an exciting new Brekkie Burger! The Boerewors rolls & Pancake was not to be missed. There was a cash bar available.
2016 Potjiekos Kompetisie
Daar was 16 potte ingeskryf vir jaarlikse potjiekos kompetisie. Die kriteria vir beoordeling was stalletjie se uniekheid en atmosfeer, die smaak van die potjie (tekstuur en geur), bykosse & aanbieding.
Tannie Poppie Coetzer en Brenden Shaw het die beoordeling behartig.
1ste: Delport kinders en vriende Francois Delport, Welmari Delport, Anuk Maloney, Jacobus du Preez en Lydia le Roux met ‘n hoenderpot.
2de: Pieter & Gerna Louw (Linda Schoeman) met ‘n kerrie hoenderpot.
3de: Ted & Louisa Nutting met ‘n beesstert pot.
Smulpaap keuse: Dirk Steyn met ontbeende skaapboud pot.
Baie geluk met die pryse!