1938Star 1 Dec. 12Pannekoeke, braaiwors, melktert, mosbolletjies, beskuit and coffee could be had in plenty and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
1955A. DeliusYoung Trav. in S. Afr. 102With tea there was always served either preserved oranges or melon, known as konfyt, or hard, white rusks called beskuit.
1965C. Van HeyningenOrange Days 70They rode away..with their Mauser rifles slung on their backs and their bandoliers round their chests — their rations, mostly biltong and beskuit, in their saddle-bags.
1977Sunday Times 24 Apr. (Mag. Sect.) 5Mrs Greyvenstein..used to bake the best beskuit for church bazaars.
1987E. Badenhorst inFlying Springbok Aug. 22Zola sits quietly warming her hands on a mug of tea and nibbling beskuit in the kitchen.
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