1815A. Plumptretr. ofH. Lichtenstein’s Trav. in Sn Afr.II. 355Two or three sheep were killed every day: the entrails and feet were cooked with the fat of the tail, for breakfast, after a fashion which is very much in vogue throughout the colony, under the name of pens en pootjets [sic].
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