Hello fellow food lovers! It’s time for some more tasty dishes! Now, grab your utensils, and let’s dig in!
Fit-fit is a savory dish that comes from Ethiopia. It’s a breakfast food that’s made with meat sauce, clarified butter, and shredded flat bread. There’re many variations to this dish including; Injera Fit-Fit (this adds injera and onions to it), and Kitcha Fit-Fit (this adds kitcha as the bread, and it’s usually served with plain yogurt).
Afritada is a Spanish-inspired dish that comes from the Philippines. It’s made with bell peppers (red and green), chicken, tomato sauce, potatoes and carrots. This is an everyday meal, and it’s served on a bed of white rice.
Konbanwa, everyone! It’s time for another mythical post. I hope you guys are ready for some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Hosogami are extremely dangerous creatures of Japanese folklore. They’re depicted as tiny, aggressive demons that spread Smallpox. They can infect entire communities quite easily, but have an immense fear of dogs and the color red.
Mikari baba are extremely strange creatures of Japanese mythology. They’re depicted as old women that have one missing eye. They also usually wear dilapidated straw hats, and have flaming torches in their mouths. Mikari baba are natural thieves, and will try to steal raincoats and eyes from people.
Hello fellow food lovers! It’s time for another food post. I hope you guys are ready for some awesome dishes. Now, let’s dig in!
Tahu gejrot is a savory, tofu-based dish that comes from Cirebon. It consists of pieces of fried tofu covered in a light dressing. The dressing is made from vinegar, sweet soy sauce, and blended palm sugar. Lastly, it’s topped with bird’s eye chili, grounded garlic, and pounded shallots.
Kalamay is a sweet food that comes from the Philippines. It’s made with gluttonous rice, coconut milk, and brown sugar. It can be eaten alone, or used as a sweetener in many Filipino desserts.
Konbanwa, everyone! It’s time for another yokai post. I hope you guys are ready for some interesting creatures. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Ten are immensely powerful beings of Japanese mythology. They’re depicted as gigantic, human-like creatures with brightly colored skin, flowing robes, and incredible weapons. They’re usually invisible to humans, however those that are said to have the heavenly eye can. While extremely powerful, they’re still considered to be lesser beings than Buddhas.
Kendatsuba are incredible talented creatures of Japanese folklore. They’re depicted as male demigods with various animal parts. These demigods have insane musical talents and are also known to be able to fly. Unlike humans, these deities only feed on pleasant smells.