2.In full skottel-braai/-braɪ/ [see braainoun sense 2 a], or skottel-skaar/-skɑː(r)/ [Afrikaans, skaar plough-disc; so called for a perceived resemblance]the proprietory name for a large, shallow, concave disc which is similar to a wok but not as deep, which is used as a cooking-surface over a gas cooker, for outdoor cooking; used loosely of any similar appliance; gas braai, see braainoun sense 2 b. Also attributive.
1984Sunday Tribune 22 July (Today) 4The idea of food free and fresh from the sea is widely appealing...The editor may now relax — with not a braai grid or even a skottel in sight.
1987Scope 10 Apr. 30A ‘skottelbraai’ breakfast on the deserted beach.
1988You 17 Nov. 54 (advt)Skottelskaar: Plough share gas braai. Stand permits steady placement on table. Even flame distribution.
1988Advertising Leaflet (Cadac)Mini Skottel. Combines the portability of the Mini with the unique ‘plough disc’ cooking method.
1989S. Johnson inLaughing Stock Sept.–Oct. 12Knots of hopelessly-addicted new wave braaiers gape and finger price tags...The ‘Skottelskaar’ also attracted attention, with its unforgiveably curvaceous lines and tripod base.
1990Weekend Post 25 Mar. (Suppl.)As advertised on TV: Cadac skottelskaar braai.
1990E. Coelho inSunday Times 12 Aug. 9Everywhere people are dusting off their skottel-braais, bringing out the coolerbags, buying surplus bottles of suntan lotion, and ironing those Bermuda shorts.
1992Weekend Post 2 May (Property Post) 25The spray-on grease-cutter will help keep skottels clean after a braai.
1992C.S. Van der Gaast inWeekend Argus 23 May (People) 3He is..likely to bat one of his green peppers — straight into the skottel, which sometimes accompanies them on Sunday walks up Lion’s Head...‘We love cooking outdoors.’
1994Grocott’s Mail 28 Oct. 13 (advt)Deluxe vendor’s trolley...Contains Bain Marie and Skottel skaar facilities.
the proprietory name for a large, shallow, concave disc which is similar to a wok but not as deep, which is used as a cooking-surface over a gas cooker, for outdoor cooking; used loosely of any similar appliance; gas braai, see braainoun2 b. Also attributive.
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