11 October, 2010

Ke nako.

When I saw this picture of Cameron van der Burgh...my heart nearly jumped out of my chest with pride. I loved it so much, I just had to post it. This is him, just after he had won his third gold at the Commonwealth Games.
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With the words 'Ke nako' written on the palms of his hands. How unbelievably awesome! In his interview afterwards, he said "It's our time to shine," 

So proud!


cat said...

That young man is just stunning.

Anonymous said...

He does look stunning, but what does Ke Nako mean?

Anyway I posted a comment to your question on the pumpkin bread on my site and here:

I think pumpkin puree will probably work fine. Here in the US people will use canned pumpkin which I think should be a lot like puree pumpkin in South Africa. Just make sure it is not watery or runny. If that is the case I would suggest you add a little corn starch or a little more flour so that the consistency of the batter is equal to what you would normally see when baking a cake.