"Braai-spiced T-bone steaks are yet another reason to fire up the grill this #MemorialDay weekend. Braai (rhymes with fry) means grill in Afrikaans, the Dutch-Zulu-Xhosa-English mash-up language that's spoken in South Africa. "Grilling meat is practically the South African national sport, crossing lines of wealth, geography and even race," writes @nytfood reporter @juliamoskin. These steaks are best cooked on a charcoal grill because they get significantly hotter than a gas one, which helps create the crust by which an excellent grilled steak is known. This dry rubbed T-bone, photographed by @andrewscrivani, pairs well with whole potatoes roasted in the coals and a South African wine. Visit the link in our profile to get the recipe and read @nytfood's guide to #grilling." By nytimes on Instagram.
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