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- ‘He cited a case in which City Council health inspectors last week confiscated peri-peri powders from some supermarkets in the capital city that were contaminated with a substance that caused cancer.’
- ‘A roast chicken foot can cost as little as 50 cents, including extras such as peri-peri and other spices on the side.’
- ‘Where available, they are a local delicacy; and have also been made available elsewhere in dried form or canned in a peri-peri or tomato sauce.’
- ‘The fajita was tasty and it was tensioned up with some of the special peri-peri, just the right touch to make the dish truly Mexican.’
- ‘Other items include a finger lunch of meat dishes, vegetables and salads or a braai menu of chicken peri-peri, rump steak, traditional wors served with pap, rolls, roasted potato and tomato gravy.’
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