Thanksgiving content dominated Twitter on Thursday and Friday, with people posting their plates of food to celebrate the US holiday.
Nomzamo Mbtha had a sample of home at Oprah Winfrey's home for the anchor person's pre-Thanksgiving in the United States.
The entertainer posted the South African supper she had at Oprah's. On the menu was chakalaka, peri-peri chicken and shrimp with South African stew, slow-cooked bobotie, samp and beans, and rabbit chow.
Oprah stated: "South African food to invite my young ladies home. What's more, yes there was malva pudding for dessert."
She likewise expressed gratitude toward gourmet expert Raymond Weber for setting up the dinners.
For the supper, Oprah was joined by her "African young ladies" which incorporated a few young ladies who went to Oprah Winfrey's Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa and her long-lasting accomplice Stedman Graham.
South Africans love that Oprah has consistently kept the country near her heart, commending the legacy, food and culture.
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