Win a link to online SA comedy

Comedian Chris Forrest (left) and chef Pete Goffe-Wood recreate a night out in Don’t Burn Your Sausage, streaming live on July 18.

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BY BILLY SUTER

A SCRAMBLE of comedy and cooking is the order of the day in Don’t Burn Your Sausage, a show that comedian Chris Forrest and celebrity chef, Pete Goffe-Wood, are serving up for live streaming on July 18.

And good news is that two SoSuterBill followers will receive free links to watch the entertainment. To stand a chance to be one of them, see the competition details at the end of this story.

Following sold-out shows in Grahamstown, Cape Town, Johannesburg and Windhoek, Forrest and Goffe-Wood have cleverly and successfully delivered this live food show to rave reviews and, adjusting to the times, this will be their first online show.

The duo’s lockdown version of their hit Don’t Burn Your Sausage at 8pm (CAT) is to be streamed live on Saturday, July 18. Tickets cost R80 via https://mzanzilive.tv/.

The show, which carries a 16 age restriction, has been described as “a deliciously funny, rather ‘whisk-que’ comedy-cooking show demonstrating how food and sex are delectably intertwined, how food can get you laid and the correct way to use your chopper”.

MasterChef SA judge Goffe-Wood and Celebrity MasterChef SA winner, Forrest,  team up to prepare the ultimate. three-course “Spadework Meal” consisting of – Foreplay, Intercourse and Afterglow.

The show will be a live online broadcast with Goffe-Wood cooking from Tintswalo Atlantic in Cape Town and Forrest from his home in Randburg.

A spokesman for the event says: “This refreshingly funny show is jam-packed with great humour and great cooking – with Chris working his special brand of South African humour alongside Pete’s unmatched cooking talent, candour and naughtiness.  This pair will win over your hearts and your stomachs.”

SowetanLive said the show “indulges its audiences with a delicious starter, main course, dessert and suggestive humour”, while Cue Media labelled it “ a wonderful, new and naughty twist on the good, old cooking demo.”

Forrest has been on the South African comedy scene since the late ’90s and Goffe-Wood has been making great food for nearly 30 years. When the two met on the set of Celebrity Masterchef SA in 2015, they found they had a couple of things in common – one of them being the same, dry sense of humour and the other, a liking for mouth-watering, delicious food.

After the series ended, they decided to combine their respective talents to create Don’t Burn Your Sausage, presented by Mzansi Live in association with Tintswalo Atlantic and La Vierge.

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WIN A LINK TO SEE  THE LIVE STREAM OF ‘DON’T BURN YOUR SAUSAGE’

Care to put yourself in line to be one of TWO winners to each receive a free link to the live streaming of Don’t Burn Your Sausage at 8pm (CAT) on Saturday, July 18?

You simply have to be a follower of the SoSuterBill site to win.  At no cost.

If you are not already a follower, simply leave your email address in the space provided towards the end of the cover page of this site, sosuterbill.com

You will then be a follower, and receive email notification whenever I file a new story.

Once you have subscribed (there is no cost), send your NAME and PHONE NUMBER via email (NOT THIS SITE’S CONTACT FORM) to sosuterbill@gmail.com and place the words ‘SAUSAGE STREAM’ in the subject field. 

Note that the competition closes at noon on Friday, July 17, and the two lucky winners will be contacted soon after. 

Note: The lucky competition winners were Tamar Levin and Sally Stretch. Well done!


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