1949L.G. GreenIn Land of Afternoon 61She was able to bake a cake and prepare melktert and poffertjies for Queen Mary and her ladies-in-waiting.
1958A. JacksonTrader on Veld 44I..recall..‘melk tert’ (milk tart)..and many other specialities of the old South African kitchen.
1964L.G. GreenOld Men Say 120Grilled snoek with butter sauce, pickled fish, tomato bredie, melktert and other old favourites appear regularly on the railway menus.
1971Argus 5 June 1The Cape Malays excelled in the art of baking, especially the melktert with crushed cardomons [sic] and cinnamon lightly strewn on the egg and milk filling.
1981E. Prov. Herald 1 June 3South Africa, with its cuisine firmly based on the bredie, the bobotie, the melktert and the tjop.
1988M. Le Chat inFlying Springbok Apr. 27‘It was so lekker working with somebody else for a change,’ says David Kramer, giving his trademark, melktert-sized grin.
1989T. Botha inStyle Dec. 158Davids talks about how Afrikaans has taken part of its structure from the old Malayo-Portuguese language spoken by the slaves and political exiles from the East...Foods like bobotie, blatjang, bredie, melktert, koeksisters and konfyts.
1990Weekly Mail 21 Dec. (Suppl.) 21The guests ate bobotie, yellow rice, melktert and koeksusters.
1994 M-Net TV 24 Aug. (Egoli)Do I really have to have tea with koeksusters and melktert to make me feel welcome?
Unfortunately you are using a browser that is either outdated or not supported.
To view the content of dsae.co.za with full functionality, please use the latest version of one of the browsers hyperlinked below.