Dear Carles Ballester:
oh, those barbeque mutton skewers, smells so delicious and wonderful. when i was there from 6 to 8 years old. every sunday morning my mother would take me to bazar, she'd always buy one or two for herself.(i do not eat mutton)
From my recollection, they sprinkle from only 2 bags of seasonings on the mutton. one is salt, the other is a red powder, could be a mixture of chilli and something. and the resulting smell was so heavenly. one'd almost forget about the intolerable smell and taste of mutton itself.
do you happen to know exactly what spice they use on their BBQ mutton skewer, i'd like to try it on my pork, chicken, and seafood instead. do they use charcoal or just coal blocks when they do their BBQ?
There are actually usaully three kinds of spices sprinkled on the mutton. Cumin, salt, and ground red pepper. Coal blocks are used, and please, don't talk about putting these spices on--pork.
Beautiful photo and a perfect fit for the group 'Street photography'!
Greetings, Andre (Moderator of the group Street photography)
Me gusta mucho esta foto de actividad de la calle.
Son interesantes porque conoces como viven sus habitantes y las caracteristicas de estos.
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