Friday, 20 April 2018

FOOOOOOOOD!!

Dear Everybody,

I live in a constant state of 'mouth-watering'.

Blame it on the neighbours. From they apartments, I does smell bread, chicken, steak, potatoes, coconut-milk, fish frying... 

I go for a walk, I smell beef curry, chicken curry, cook-up...which is rice and black-eye peas and beef and other stuff in coconut-milk.

Yeah, I know, I don't eat meat cos I can't digest it, but me stomach can't tell me nose what to enjoy, eh? (I ain't a vegan, and I don't believe in stopping people from eating what they want to eat).

(On another note...in the future, when vegans start passing laws left, right and center, perfume-houses gon make scents that smell like food. Imagine. Eau de Beef...it might even be red). 

I become such a connoisseur, tasting food via me nose, I can smell the garlic, basil, tomatoes; the oil in the curry.

I go to the supermarket or the green grocer that sell fancy imported food, and I walk up and down looking at labels and drooling, then I only buy one, two items. No wonder them security chaps does eye me up with suspicion.

Tomorrow is market-day.

Check out some o' the things I does buy:
A fruit. Sour. Make refreshing drink.

Snack-size banana.

Fruit. I suspect from India. Mix apple-flavour with cheese and some crunch...that's it.

Vegetable. Acquired taste but when you acquire it, you start craving for it.
I so hungry, I can't bear to think about food anymore.

Lunch today is fry okro (okra) and daal and rice.

And daz how I does explore the word, Dear People. If I can't go to exotic places, lemme make where I live exotic, eh?

From here to there & every where. Sometimes nowhere. Every day is an adventure.

See you soon on your blog, xoxo.

6 comments:

  1. Yummo.
    And now on the other side of the world you have me drooling too. If I short out the keyboard it is YOUR fault.

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    1. Child, seems like I've shorted out myself, not being here as promised.

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  2. Ive never seen bananas that small!

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    1. George, if there's a West Indian market near you, you might find these bananas...I don't know...

      It tastes different from the regular banana too...more flavour. Like there's spice and milk in it.

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  3. I would enjoy your cuisine - especially if you described it first and I expect it is as healthy as it is tasty. I'm off to snack on one of my small bananas.

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    1. Pat, I've been experimenting with cooking healthy but tasty food...stewed peas is my special thing. Soup too. I love soup. I don't think nice food has to take forever to prepare.

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