Rusk, una galleta dura y de forma rectangular, se suele servir junto con el té o café; suelen ser caseras o compradas en mercados.
Rusks are hard, very dry biscuits, originally prepared in South Africa by the Dutch for traveling long distances in a hot climate.
Rusks were a bread that wouldn't spoil. Now, all over South Africa, rusks are eaten as snacks, dipped in coffee, tea, or milk. In the cities of South Africa, many different varieties of commercially baked rusks are available.