Vir die toekoms van ons land.

Vir die toekoms van ons land. (Konsep)

Op die wysie van Eblouie par la nuit


Al weergalm die absolute haat

in ons boere se gesigte

Al ego moord en dood

teen ons plase se mure

ons sal nie gaan lê nie, ons al staan en bid en veg

Vir die toekoms van ons land.


Al kom die donker magte

In ‘n wolk van duisternis

Al sing die bose vyand

Van moord en dood op die plase

ons sal nie gaan lê nie, ons al staan en bid en veg

Vir die toekoms van ons land.


Al kyk ons deur ons vensters,

Na die geweld in die strate

Al sien ons kinders stukkend

Gebuig en verdruk in hierdie land

ons sal nie gaan lê nie, ons al staan en bid en veg

Vir die toekoms van ons land.


Kyk na ons, ons kinders en ons mense,

O Here, sien ons raak

Ons bloed is in die grond

Wat sal ons doen Here?

Om weer vry te wees?

Die vyand val ons aan, van elke moontlike kant

Ons het net vir U ons God, ons Here en ons Redder,

ons sal nie gaan lê nie, ons al staan en bid en veg

Vir die toekoms van ons land.

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Venison Cubanos Recipe

A while ago, the movie Chef had us all gasping for Mojo’s Marinated Pork Cubanos, it so famously promoted.

This very traditional Cuban cuisine has become all the more popular, (Especially since the movie came out) but here in South Africa, we tend to take the best the world offers, and add a twist to it.

This is why we decided to try our own recipe of the cabanas, only replacing the pork with some proper game meat.

Now we know that to take some of the healthiest meat on earth, and smash it with bread and mustard is not the most normal thing to do, but we tested it, and the taste is superb in every way.

Try it out, and let us know what you think.


Slowly cooked venison roast, thinly sliced. Warthog or wild boar but we prefer a good blue wildebeest above all else.

2 pieces of white baguettes, 6 inch/15 cm in length, cut in half

Melted butter, for brushing

Steers mustard

2 thin slices Swiss cheese

2 or 3 dill pickled cucumbers, thinly sliced

Optional thinly sliced gherkins as well.


Heat a griddle or frying pan over medium heat.

Cut the loaf of bread into quarters and slice each quarter in half horizontally for the sandwiches.

Spread the mustard or mayonnaise on the bread. Then make each sandwich by layering the roasted venison slices, cheese, and dill pickles.

Lightly coat the cooking surface of the griddle or frying pan with cooking spray or butter. Place one sandwich onto the hot surface.

Put a clean, heavy skillet on top of the sandwich to flatten it. Press the bread down to about 1/3 of its original size.

Leave the skillet on top of the sandwich and grill for 1 or 2 minutes. Lift the heavy skillet, turn the sandwich over and repeat this step for the other side of the sandwich.

The cheese should be melted and the bread golden brown. Slice each sandwich in half diagonally and serve.

Let sandwiches stand 1 minute before cutting in half. Serve immediately and gobble it all up!

Keep living it vividly grand.

Keep living it vividly grand.

People like changes. And so do we. In a good way at least.

And that is why Vividly Grand had its brand new makeover. The layout is still something of a working progress, but we’re enjoying every moment of it! Granted, we have been posting a decent amount of fiction lately, but who can resist some good and fresh literature when it presents itself in the spur of the moment?

Going energetically forward from here though, loads of posts will still keep the ladies and gentleman educated and entertained on the proper conduct of the most noblest way of living in an extremely confused and overexposed world.

This week’s findings include a post for the men on how to properly fold a paper plane, of which the basic three examples shown, were outside my own framework of memory on the subject. Hop over to but beware, it can get both time consuming and end up in a full-blown addiction.

For the ladies we found this lifestyle article at Atelier Doré titled: Nina Clemente’s Fettuccine Bolognese. I’ll spare you the just of it as it doesn’t matter where in the world you are, that just sounds good! The recipe and story can be seen here:

Then to something more on a motivational note. I read one of these coffee quotes this weekend that stated:

Weekend coffee tasted like happiness and new possibilities.

Weekend coffee or not, happiness and new possibilities are terms I can work with. Every day of my life. Yet it sometimes happens that we take a step in faith, a move in the right direction and everything seems to be coming against you. And not just the random everyday stuff either, but a series of supernatural and disastrous events gang up against you. (I know all the other lifestyle bloggers have these beautiful idyllic lives but I find myself in the real world here.)

What helps one through such a time, is the reminder that nothing is permanent. The thought doesn’t make it lighter or easier to bear, but somehow in that, there is hope, and with hope, a definitive course of action. Action leads to momentum, and before you know it, you enter the Promised Land, (or whatever places your heart desire.)

And on that note, we’ll keep posting, keep encouraging and most of all, keep living it vividly grand.