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TierpVBK wrote:TierpVBK sounds like a Siamese name. I'll bet he's not a real Norwegian.
I'm swedish, Tierp is my club name and VBK stands for volleyball club!
A typical Comoros meal should always contain rice and meat, seasoned with one of the many locally produced ingredients like vanilla, coriander, cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Also very famous in this country are fish dishes like the one called “Langouste a la vanille” a very rich dish made with lobster boiled in vanilla sauce. Anyone who wants to try a very stodgy dish can always have a stew made with all kind of Indian ingredients and vegetables like curries, chapattis, Lentil soups and a large variety of pickles. On this island there can be easily found and used in cooking any dish all kind of exotic ingredients and fruits like peppers, maize, chiles, tomatoes, bananas, pineapples, limes and oranges.
Here are a few other items that will come handy while cooking Comoros food: juicers, kitchen knives, kitchen slicers, kitchen thermometers, measuring cups & measuring spoons, miscellaneous utensils, mixing bowls and skimmers & strainers
DoomYoshi wrote:There were no September rankings. October is food month. That means you need to try to eat foods from countries near the top of the list and avoid food from countries near the bottom of the list.
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