Friday, May 14, 2010

Food From Afghanistan - Michael

My Chaplain Assistant and I have made many friends amongst the Afghans here on the compound.  One brought some of the local food by for us to sample.  There was a little trepidation at first, but it was really good.  I have no idea what it was called, but it was tasty - rather greasy but tasty.  The bread was like a thick version of pita bread.  The meat was like shredded beef (though actual source is unknown and will most likely remain unknown, by choice) with its own kind of spicy flavor - kind of an Afghan flavor.

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DeEtta @ Courageous Joy said...

This looks good - though I'm not sure what "Afghan flavor" would taste like. LOL

Michael said...

It is hard to describe.

Lois said...

Would the meat be camel? When I was in Poland I ate some delicious tender mystery meat. The waiter shrugged when I asked (he didn't speak English.) The government-provided translator told me it was horse meat. I didn't believe everything he said, but that may have been true.

Anonymous said...

HI: Have eaten horse meat in the States, ground-hog in Liberia, and dog in the Philippines........... AND IT WAS ALL GOOD... that is until I knew what it was....... :):):)

Don't you love the adverture of adventure......... and the surprise.

Praying for you Mike and for your assistant.
love/prayers your T. parents. OH will be taking your parents off Rebecca's hands most of Saturday and we'll ride around, sit around, and eat out..... love/prayers again.