Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Sudanese Lunch

Some friends wonder what type of local food that I eat. Well, lunch for today was mutton stew with lots of sauce, onions, etc ....... I also dunno what you call it .............

That mutton stew dish was eaten with french loaf type of bread that has to be dipped into it and scoop up with whatever you can scoop hehehehehe

There's also a bowl of fresh vegetables that was nicely cut - tomatoes, cucumbers, green vege - that serves like a salad for us. The third bowl is more of a local spicy stuff, Sudanese style, where it acts like a hot paste.

The aftermath ................ ran out of bread. This aftermath tells you the food quality. That mutton stew was one of the best that I have ever eaten ........... we were asking for more but no more ................ ahhhhhhhhh

Next time we have to contribute more money and add more varieties ...... that sounded like a buffet course already.

That pigeon could have been good on the table for diners.

My lonely colleague who was still sitting under the hot lunch time sun ............... hello, don't you feel the heat?

Tags: Sudanese Lunch, Mutton Stew



Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like the last picture verymuch, the color of the grass and wall and the tree... very harmony..

18 November, 2008 20:17  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fly pigeon fly!! Fly for your life!!

18 November, 2008 21:17  
Blogger foongpc said...

You didn't mention if you like the food.

19 November, 2008 03:30  
Blogger Borneo Falcon said...

Nice place to have lunch

19 November, 2008 08:25  
Blogger Va:L said...

hey...your lunch looks good ler...
The environment is good. At least you have fresh air and green for your lunch...

19 November, 2008 08:56  
Blogger eiling lim said...

Nice having lunch in a garden... Hmm...roast pigeon would be nice!

19 November, 2008 09:09  
Blogger TZ said...

The Uganda people also have a dish similar with Sudanese i.e. Mutton Stew and it's very nice ... BTW, do they also eat Steam banana with groundnut sauces?

19 November, 2008 10:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Johnny,

Maybe u can learn how to cook the Sudanese food in case in the future if you want to fired your boss or fired by your boss, u can consider to open a Sudanese restaurant in Malaysia cause the food quite similar with Malay & India style. Haha!

Have a good time in Sudan!

19 November, 2008 13:20  
Blogger Ted said...

The food looks really delish...i'm really hungry now looking at the mutton stew. Mmmm

19 November, 2008 21:49  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

carrot - cant wait to get a dslr to get better shots

cazzy - thot u were a cat protector only

foong - done!

borneo - soooooooooo hot

val - no fresh air as u cant see the dirt only. there's no tar road around my area ..... all sand and dust

eiling - oh yes, the pigeon .... u reminding me again .... yummy

tz - this stew was nice as u must know how to cook it. the steamy banana ...... that will be even more gross

daniel - i rather be a customer eating at all restaurants

ted - hehehehe ..... it was good

19 November, 2008 22:26  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wah! The Sudanese...all giant-size like me! Hahahahaha!!!

21 November, 2008 07:02  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

suituapui - haha then sudan is for u

23 November, 2008 03:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i also want to eat those food!!! i would like to experience that commune lunch.

07 December, 2008 23:39  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

renaye - come join me..... go buy that air ticket tmrow

08 December, 2008 01:16  

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