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Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: HUSNAA on June 28, 2006, 12:30:03 PM
Jama'a  Salaam

What are the memorable food moments in yr life? Here are some of mine.

That miyar kuka experience  I talked about in another thread was definitely one of them.

Others were my first taste of salmon,

my first taste of  corriander in a Thai noodle soup (it took some swallowing, but I love corriander now!!)

my first taste of cheddar cheese - that took some eating  also before I could begin to enjoy it.

My first taste of cod liver oil (ugh!! 'Orrible!)

My first taste of frog meat, (tastes like chicken legs, mind I didnt know I was eating frog, one of us asked what meat it was because it tasted like chicken and the host replied 'frogs'. One of us turned green under his skin, only you couldnt see the color cos he was black!!!)

my first taste of snake; it has same texture as fish flakes tastes like fish also

my first taste of russian caviar (I'm still coming to terms with eating caviar- still dont like it much)

my first taste of mushrooms also. Love those!! (I'd love to taste truffles some day).

my first taste of sushi. Its good but I think there is as much of karnin  danyen kifi as I can stand, although the sushi itself is odorless most of the time, but I think some fish oiliness got to me at last and I stopped eating it.
 my first taste of a chinese delicacy - preserved eggs (they looked totally black grey and some other color but I had to try it!!

my first taste of cheese cake - yummy!!

my first taste of ginseng green tea ('orrible! but medicinal so now I'm okay with it)

Oh I forgot my first taste of Kadangare (lizard!!) when I was at boarding sch we did prankish things like knock'em senseless from the walls then we'd skin them and fry them up and eat!!  Wai ance kadangare yana maganin tarin fika!!

Another memorable food moment for me is when I wanted to boil an egg in a communal kitchen and a Chinese friend of mine was boiling something in the only pan in the kitchen on the only cooker. So because she was boiling something in its package, I asked if I could place my egg in the water and let them boil together.  She said OK. So I conversationally asked her what was in the sealed packet that she was boiling.  
'Donkey' she replied.
'What?' I asked I thought I misheard her
'Donkey'  she repeated I couldnt believe it still.
'Donkey?' I mimicked
'Yes' she said. I needed to be sure;
'Hee haw hee haw?' I cried
'Yes' she said her expression dead pan.
I still ate my egg  afterward!
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on July 23, 2006, 07:43:53 PM
Oh my God!! Husnaa u r one brave person! I'm into new things but frogs? lizards? snakes? i no fit.


My first taste of Ogbonno soup:


"...Whoever washed this plate is the worst dish-washer ever! How can you

say you've washed the bowl properly when i can taste soap in my food?

Abi you people want to poison me? Oh, you people are laughing? You

think it's a joke?..."

*sigh* I didn't know the soup is meant to taste like soap. :roll:



My first taste of Snail:

It was cooked in thick Egusi soup with oporoko (stock fish) and correct ugu.


"...Hmm, this new Aunty can cook o. This is so good, how can meat be so

crunchy on the outside yet so soft on the inside good? Haba you people

should stop laughing at me now: ba wai santi nake yi ba, naman nan fa

na da dadi."

Reply:

"Which kind nama? Garin santi har kin manta abincin da kike ci? Dodon kodi ne fa"

"Dodon me?"

"Dodon Kodi"

"Dodon me?"

"Dodon Kodi!!!

"Hang on, dodon kodi as in snail? Da gaske?

"*hisss* yar kauye kawai!"

Now i love it! Snail is sooo good. If you havent tried it make sure you

do cos it's really really nice.


My first taste of Banga Soup (palm kernels):

...I think i saw fireworks!

Still my number 1 soup everrr!
 
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: bakangizo on July 24, 2006, 04:55:18 PM
Kai Husnaa! You mean you've eaten all those things? Where do you live if I may ask? Na san dai a naija babu yawancin abubuwan nan. Ha. You get liver to taste a those things.

As for snail, I once decide to try it Unfortunately liver fail me at the last minute. I even bought it at Mama Cass Restaurant in Abuja. Haka nan nayi asaran kudina don na kasa ci.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: bakangizo on July 24, 2006, 04:58:30 PM
Kai Husnaa! You mean you've eaten all those things? Where do you live if I may ask? Na san dai a naija babu yawancin abubuwan nan. Ha. You get liver to taste a those things.

As for snail, I once decide to try it Unfortunately liver fail me at the last minute. I even bought it at Mama Cass Restaurant in Abuja. Haka nan nayi asaran kudina don na kasa ci.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: lionger on August 06, 2006, 02:13:16 PM
My first taste of kunnu (sp?), wow that was terrible. Mom got some from a neighbor as a gift and forced us all to drink a glass. Got used to it though and later found it to be quite refreshing at times.

My first taste of zobo--GOLD!

My first taste of kimchi (korean food, spicy fermented cabbage)  :shock: . That is probably the most insipid of all korean dishes IMHO. Looks appetizing but has a very strong smell and even more surprising taste. It took me three months b4 I could eat the stuff without squirming.

My first taste of chinese food was great! Thai was good too. Had much better first impressions of those than of korean food; which is unfortunate because I ate much more of the latter! Husnaa have you ever tried korean food? Some of it is pretty good actually - except for kimchi :P

Another memorable food moment was the taste of my first attempt at jollof rice. I forced myself to eat every last grain of that disaster. That was three years ago; haven't had the guts to try again since then.

Those are the only ones I can think of now..
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: ummita on September 14, 2006, 01:21:43 AM
Quote from: "Fateez"

Now i love it! Snail is sooo good. If you havent tried it make sure you

do cos it's really really nice.


Get out of here :shock: ............U jokin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! U ate THAT!!!!? Ewwwwwwwwwwwwww Fatee they r like slugs............
(http://www.riversofalabama.org/Cahaba/Randy's-Snail.gif)

Believe me, within a sec I imagined u biting on its tentacles & mucous glands ........I had to run to my bag 2 grab this (http://www.rishtonpharmacy.co.uk/shell/texts/03_products/products_chewing_gum/images_chewing_gum/05_wrigley_yellow_orig.gif)
to stop myself from puking!!!


PS: Intended sending u an important invitation to celebrate (something) but if u r planning on ordering snails for dessert, consider my invitation revoked!!!!![/b].
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on September 14, 2006, 08:08:20 AM
Hehe, see. i used to think like that too...no way i was going 2 eat stuff

like that. I had it by accident and they didnt tell me wat i was eating until i

had finished. Hehe we were judging d book by its cover (or in this case...)


It's not da snails we see on da pathway everyday, they have special

farms dedicated to snails and some of them are huge! like da size of a

human hand (da snails, dat is).


Eeeeeew, no! It's not like dat fa. Hehe, no tentacles nor mucous glands. It

passes through a series of thorough cleaning, infact, it takes the experts

about a week or so  to clean it properly and take it out of da shell and

then it takes a really really long time to cook (say 3-5 hours). but in da

end, it's so worth it. plus it's not sticky or anything it's crunchy ...kinda

like cartilage...only better.


Hehe, even all those nose-in-the-air posh french restaurants serve it u

know, they call it L'escargot, but abeg snail na snail jare. It's available in

ur soup, in ur jollof rice, individually or even snails on a stick....

(mmmmmmmmmm)


Hehe, haba sister :) kinsan ba za mu yi haka ba da ke, infact to help u

celebrate da celebration, I have a very good customer who sells it

cheaper by da kilos, just email me a list of the guests and their

preferences (fried, barbecued, grilled, anything!) they'd love it! hehe


It's a delicacy.....

Oh! I'm craving it now

It looks more like this.....



(http://www.okaloosagas.com/itemimages/EscargotItaliaweb.jpg)
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on October 12, 2006, 11:52:37 AM
Which one is the snail the red abi black one?if it is the black one,its like this one is burnt.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on October 20, 2006, 08:11:02 PM


Hehe, errrr...it's da black one and no, it's not burnt... fried meat looks like

that too doesnt it? Hehe, Oky, i've been going on about snails for a while

maybe someone shud try da snails so that we can have a 2nd opinion.

Since Bakan gizo has chickened out, Lionger, Husnaa and gogannaka

would any of you do da honours? :?:

Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: amira on November 01, 2006, 03:05:28 PM
Quote from: "gogannaka"
Which one is the snail the red abi black one?if it is the black one,its like this one is burnt.


u just made me laugh wit your post, u rite if its d black one den its burnt, you shud ask fateez to set you sum :lol:  :lol:
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: amira on November 01, 2006, 03:07:32 PM
oh i dint realised that she already offered you sum snails  :D
Eeeeeeeewwwwwwwww snails sqishy squashy yuk, i will definately pass on dat.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on November 02, 2006, 04:00:08 PM
A'a? You people should leave my snail 4 me o! If una no want, fine!

More for me!! :P  :P  Kai u people are making me laugh sef, So you people

think it's ok to eat offals (kayan ciki) su hanji da tumbi and God knows what.

Amma because i talk say i dey chop snail una dey eew me this eeew me

dat.... To shikenan ba komai ai... kuma idan kuka dandana, once u pop...

Bakan gizo me ya hana ka cin snail din? abeg tell these people, it wasnt

slimey, ko? Amira dearest...i just got a whole stash of deep fried and

seasoned snail complete with yajin dan kuli and tafarnuwa... care to join in?

Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on November 03, 2006, 09:53:52 PM
I have been looking for a place to buy snail meat but i still cant get. I have finally agreed to try it (if i get it  :P )
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: HUSNAA on November 06, 2006, 01:57:45 PM
Quote from: "Fateez"
Oh my God!! Husnaa u r one brave person! I'm into new things but frogs? lizards? snakes? i no fit.


I have an ironlined stomach I think :D Bani da kyama so sai, in ba kuda ne zai fada a abinci na ba, ko kuwa ina figar kaza, in ga wata mai rai tana daka tsere da kyankyaso a guje, ta cabke shi ta hadiye, and I think to myself, I am going to eat digested kyankyaso today!!


Quote from: "Bakan~Gizo"
Kai Husnaa! You mean you've eaten all those things? Where do you live if I may ask? Na san dai a naija babu yawancin abubuwan nan. Ha. You get liver to taste a those things.

As for snail, I once decide to try it Unfortunately liver fail me at the last minute. I even bought it at Mama Cass Restaurant in Abuja. Haka nan nayi asaran kudina don na kasa ci.


I live in Nigeria, but I have travelled somewhat. Na so I come take myself eat all those 'delicacies'.

Quote from: "GGNK"
I have been looking for a place to buy snail meat but i still cant get. I have finally agreed to try it (if i get it  :P  ).



GGNK, go to Sabon Gari mana the town and book yrself into a bookateria. I am sure u will find snails there. Alternatively, I am sure ba za a rasa a 'yan kura ba, wajen inda inyamurai suke saida kayan abin cin su danye. However that means u'd need to cook 'em yrslf. Not sure that is a good idea though!! U might be put off by the sliminess.

I hear that snail mucus is good for the skin. It is now being marketed as a cosmetic.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on November 06, 2006, 05:47:46 PM
Eeeww,I think i have changed my mind to eat snail,thanks to husnaa for reminding me of that slimy,mucus like lubricant that aids the snail in coming in and out of its shell.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: amira on November 06, 2006, 10:41:32 PM
Quote from: "Fateez"
A'a? You people should leave my snail 4 me o! If una no want, fine!

More for me!! :P  :P  Kai u people are making me laugh sef, So you people

think it's ok to eat offals (kayan ciki) su hanji da tumbi and God knows what.

Amma because i talk say i dey chop snail una dey eew me this eeew me

dat.... To shikenan ba komai ai... kuma idan kuka dandana, once u pop...

Bakan gizo me ya hana ka cin snail din? abeg tell these people, it wasnt

slimey, ko? Amira dearest...i just got a whole stash of deep fried and

seasoned snail complete with yajin dan kuli and tafarnuwa... care to join in?



a'a wallahi nagode a ci lafia.
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on November 24, 2006, 07:01:38 PM
:evil:  :evil:  *gritting teeth*  :evil:  :evil:

I have said it once - i'll say it a thousand times

DA SNAIL I EAT DOES NOT CONTAIN MUCOUS!!!

not even a trace! no trace of slimy or gross lubricants!!!!!  :evil:  :evil:  :evil:

just nice edible meat ... yup ... just flesh.... 8)
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: dan kauye on December 13, 2006, 07:31:48 PM
Mayu..
Title: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: mlbash on December 24, 2006, 11:56:02 AM
 kwadayi mabudin wahala!
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on January 12, 2007, 02:15:06 PM


Hehehe, Whateverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Oky, seriously now and I'm not pointing at anyone. Have

you noticed that in Nigeria northerners as a whole are very

reluctant to try out food from other parts of da country. I

dunno why. And da funny thing is we keep on complaining

{at least da men do} that we have very little variety. Well

maybe if we learn to appreciate and try out food from other

parts of the country they'd be a wide array to choose from

and we wont be eating tuwo tuwo tuwo everynight.  ::) ::) ::)
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Dan-Borno on January 17, 2007, 10:49:29 PM
I think those who despise this snail of a thing never tested it or have tested it but ignorantly.  I will advise them if they want to try eating it for the first time, let them take the smoked one (banda).  Its super delicious, just like hanta.

Amma fa ni bana cikin mayu.

Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: ummita on January 19, 2007, 11:02:19 PM
Eeeww,I think i have changed my mind to eat snail,thanks to husnaa for reminding me of that slimy,mucus like lubricant that aids the snail in coming in and out of its shell.
Ewwwwwwww G-naka, Puhleeeeeeeez! Spare us d details...............U guys r gross!

Seriously, Fateez I wanna invite u 4 something coming up bigggggggg @ my ends bt we dont do snails. I guess u'd pop ur packed lunch in ur Tote bag!

Any1 vacummed Sushi'z b/4?.......Never did & never will.....Its like - "sooooo cannibal" 2 me!
Ina Fateez? Bet u a thousand bucks.........am sure she does Sushi's aswell (tongues out)!
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: ummita on January 19, 2007, 11:12:31 PM
Mayu..
LOL. Wey dis guy go sef?........Come tell dem like it is!!! ;D
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on February 02, 2007, 06:47:12 PM
Wetin be sushi kuma?Sounds japanese and pepperish
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: HUSNAA on February 02, 2007, 09:21:50 PM
Wetin be sushi kuma?Sounds japanese and pepperish

Danyen kifi. sliced thinly sometimes wrapped round small heaps of bite size sticky rice and eaten with some exotic sauce like Wasabi and Soy.   It tastes good especially if the fish is salmon. Yana da ginsa amma (for me dai)
I am re reading this thread and I am falling in love with snails. I am sure I will like them, maybe just like...gizzards (na manta sunan da hausa; wannan abin kaza da yake da dan tauri)
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: alkanawi on February 02, 2007, 09:44:19 PM
Kundu?
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: HUSNAA on February 02, 2007, 09:59:15 PM
kwarect. 10/10 ;D
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: alkanawi on February 02, 2007, 10:06:05 PM
sank yu.
sai dai ban ji tafi ba
Danyen kifi. sliced thinly sometimes wrapped round small heaps of bite size sticky rice and eaten with some exotic sauce like Wasabi and Soy.   It tastes good...................
especially when sprinkled lightly with Polonium 845 ;D
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on February 05, 2007, 06:46:03 PM
sank yu.
sai dai ban ji tafi ba
Danyen kifi. sliced thinly sometimes wrapped round small heaps of bite size sticky rice and eaten with some exotic sauce like Wasabi and Soy.   It tastes good...................
especially when sprinkled lightly with Polonium 845 ;D

Alkanawawi,make u no go kill person o!
This polonium sounds like one chemical used to make chemical weapons.
Anyways,where can i buy this sushi of a thing?Like its going to be delicious.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on February 12, 2007, 10:00:07 PM
Anyone ever tried roasted yam?
I often see it by the roadside but i am afraid of taking it.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on February 13, 2007, 03:38:12 PM

 Seriously, Fateez I wanna invite u 4 something coming up bigggggggg @ my ends bt we dont do snails. I guess u'd pop ur packed lunch in ur Tote bag!





Hehe, fine, Da snail wud all be wrapped up in my bag. But ehn,

when i bring it out 4 chopping and u people smell da nice aroma

make una no beg me o!!! na O.Y.O. i no sabi anybody and i no

go give anybody.

{But if u ask me nicely, i might give u a tiny little piece, oky?}




 Any1 vacummed Sushi'z b/4?.......Never did & never will.....Its like - "sooooo cannibal" 2 me!
Ina Fateez? Bet u a thousand bucks.........am sure she does Sushi's aswell (tongues out)!




Yup, you got dat right! I vacuum, have vacuumed & will always

vacuum sushi forever {except if i become allergic to seaweed and

even then...antihistamines should do da trick}

Seriously now, what is "soooooo cannibal" about eating mashed rice

wrapped up in a healthy seaweed vegetable with ur choice of meat

in da middle? I absolutely love sushi! i was reluctant to try it at first

but i'm glad i did cos it's soooo good!!! You should all try it out someday,

i'm sure u'd like it. Plus it's healthy too.

Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on February 13, 2007, 03:44:32 PM
I think those who despise this snail of a thing never tested it or have tested it but ignorantly.  I will advise them if they want to try eating it for the first time, let them take the smoked one (banda).  Its super delicious, just like hanta.

Amma fa ni bana cikin mayu.



Tell them, Dan-Borno, tell them.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Dan-Borno on February 13, 2007, 04:06:34 PM
An tuna mun - an ce da mahaukaci baka duka.

I thought the issue of   this snail of a thing an gamashi - kunga   na kwan biyu banci ba, har ma kwadayi ya fara kamani - how far Fateez, ebin ip i no go getam po my mouth, send zi pikcha po me pliz, may be i will hab rest of mind.

Anyone ever tried roasted yam?
I often see it by the roadside but i am afraid of taking it.

There you are again, wai kai wane irin megida ne? baka shiga kitchen ne juwarin za weekend? try roasting one, i bet you, you will enjoy it.


Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on February 13, 2007, 04:16:01 PM
Wetin be sushi kuma?Sounds japanese and pepperish

Danyen kifi. sliced thinly sometimes wrapped round small heaps of bite size sticky rice and eaten with some exotic sauce like Wasabi and Soy.   It tastes good especially if the fish is salmon. Yana da ginsa amma (for me dai)
I am re reading this thread and I am falling in love with snails. I am sure I will like them, maybe just like...gizzards (na manta sunan da hausa; wannan abin kaza da yake da dan tauri)



I think da danyen kifi part is a misconception. The main type of sushi

is salmon and it is usually smoked, not raw. it just looks raw. But then

again, as Nigerians we eat smoked fish - a lot of smoked fish. I have

ever come accross raw fish in my Sushi-eating-life and it's been a long

while now.


Its available in many many forms - lots different seafood, even beef,

chicken, honey chicken, soy chicken, chicken teriyaki, lots of vegetarian

ones too.

Personally i think Wasabi ruins da taste. it's way tooo hot 4 me.

Ordinary sweet chilli or soy sauce is fine  :)

Yay!!! HUSNAA is finally seeing da light! SNAILS WUD CHANGE UR LIFE

 :) :D :) :D :) :D

Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: HUSNAA on February 13, 2007, 07:46:30 PM
there is the smoked salmon type which is very popular and there is the real danyen kifi type.. trust me ;)  The japs dont usually care about cooking their fish bfor eating it. Akwai ma wani poisonous fish that is eaten raw, very very thinly sliced. Its supposed to be a dare to eat it.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on February 15, 2007, 12:43:14 PM
Anyone ever tried roasted yam?
I often see it by the roadside but i am afraid of taking it.

There you are again, wai kai wane irin megida ne? baka shiga kitchen ne juwarin za weekend? try roasting one, i bet you, you will enjoy it.

Kai dan barno,sai ka tona min asiri?
Shikenan zan ce madam ta gasa min doyar,ba sai na je da kaina ba.She fit say i want to show her i be expert.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Mufi on January 29, 2008, 08:27:19 PM
OMG!!! I can't believe u ate all those things :o :o eeeeewwwwwww......

I used to eat chinese foods, but when i received an e-mail warning ppl about how some restaurants r using rats as chicken :o :o, I couldn't get that out of my mind.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Hafsy_Lady on January 30, 2008, 03:26:28 PM
I used to eat chinese foods, but when i received an e-mail warning ppl about how some restaurants r using rats as chicken :o :o, I couldn't get that out of my mind.
Hajiya, ai duk its additional flavoring to the food. But come, how can one not know the taste of chicken from any other kind of meat? :-\

Let me add this Mufi, I have an email, with proof depicting (disgusting and shocking) images of a chinese restaurant that was found to be using and cooking baby embryos and aborted babies for the fried rice, sweet and sour sauce, soups and dumplings. And these images are are nothing like copy n paste nonsense. Its real. So be careful what the fork strikes out from your plate. ;D But relax the restaurant's been shut down and under investigation.
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on February 07, 2008, 06:36:54 PM
I used to eat chinese foods, but when i received an e-mail warning ppl about how some restaurants r using rats as chicken :o :o, I couldn't get that out of my mind.
Hajiya, ai duk its additional flavoring to the food. But come, how can one not know the taste of chicken from any other kind of meat? :-\

Let me add this Mufi, I have an email, with proof depicting (disgusting and shocking) images of a chinese restaurant that was found to be using and cooking baby embryos and aborted babies for the fried rice, sweet and sour sauce, soups and dumplings. And these images are are nothing like copy n paste nonsense. Its real. So be careful what the fork strikes out from your plate. ;D But relax the restaurant's been shut down and under investigation.



Yeah Hafsy, I got that email too! I also got another one about Chinese people

eating monkey brain fresh from the dead monkey’s carcass (apparently that’s

the best way to serve it) eeeew^10000!!! The embryo/foetus one was more

disgusting. But hey, whatever floats their boat. Oh and I also heard in some

Scandinavian countries, after child birth they EAT the Placenta!!! I quote them

“Placenta can be eaten fried, grilled or even microwaved”. To think people in this

forum gave me such a hard time cos I told them I ate snail (Ordinary snail fa!)
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on February 12, 2008, 02:07:53 PM
Ya kuke mana kazanta ne?
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Hafsy_Lady on March 14, 2008, 12:57:24 AM
Ya kuke mana kazanta ne?

Mhmm, waibahhhh.......Allah dai yasa ba shi bane abin da madam take jefamaka cikin miyar dage-dagen da kake lashewa a gida kana santi kuma kake korawa da ruwan Zobo.;D ;D
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: HUSNAA on March 14, 2008, 05:28:52 AM
Ya kuke mana kazanta ne?

Mhmm, waibahhhh.......Allah dai yasa ba shi bane abin da madam take jefamaka cikin miyar dage-dagen da kake lashewa a gida kana santi kuma kake korawa da ruwan Zobo.;D ;D
lol zaki hana shi aure Hafsy!! ;D ;D
Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: Fateez on June 10, 2008, 04:28:12 PM


New Memorable Food Moment!

I had my first taste of Sashimi! aka Japanese raw fish!

I had a bite size piece of raw salmon, thanx to peer pressure.

The experience? It was very chewy. There was no smell.

The taste wasn't bad either when eaten with Soy sauce.

I think it's the kind of taste that will have to grow on you.

The Verdict? I will probably try it again, it wasn't that scary,

just remove it from ur mind that it's raw fish. I did it on impulse though.

You people should definitely try it! Let me know how it goes  :D  :D


Title: Re: MEMORABLE FOOD MOMENTS
Post by: gogannaka on June 10, 2008, 11:05:08 PM
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