hmmm...your culinary description makes my mouth water. But the vinegar bit, is it done? or it is the ideal?
Wait wait wait waaaaaaiiiiitttttt a minute! I thought suya is the spicy kebab seasoning?!
NFA, call it over-elaboration. Pretend I did not write vinegar. It's just the oil.
Yes, Raine, in a way you are right. The seasoning is really the Suya. But it has kind of been extended to cover the meat (I have described) too.
My attraction to food - both virtual and real - simply pulled me back to your blog Nana. Am enjoying your literary bites.
Mmmm.. 6 years ago I would have been swimming in buckets of my own drool over this description. Then, I stopped eating meat...
Thanks you very much, Denise. Strangely, I am blase about food.
Abena, teach me how to do it. It sounds all romantic (as in idealistic and fanciful) to me, and I would like to do that too. Please don't say soya!
Udder of cow??!!! Eeeeewwwwwwww...!!!
Hmm, Anon, I was expecting at least 1 person to react this way. :))
A delight this must be!
It is, Posekyere. But I only discovered it last year!
Oh my! gustatory bliss...I either tasted this a really long time ago, or tasted it in my dreams: either way, it was amazing! And now your words are making me taste it again...the sweet-searing seasoning and the succulent meat!!!
antye504, your own description of your fancy is breath-taking.
ahhh I miss suya :-D
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