Suya

“Geyikli gecenin arkası ağaç
Ayağının suya değdiği yerde bir gökyüzü
Çatal boynuzlarında soğuk ay ışığı’
İster istemez aşkları hatırlatır
Eskiden güzel kadınlar ve aşklar olmuş
Şimdi de var biliyorum
Bir seviniyorum düşündükçe bilseniz
Dağlarda geyikli gecelerin en güzeli…

Hiçbir şey umurumda değil diyorum
Aşktan ve umuttan başka..”

“A lo largo de todos estos años he tenido muchos enemigos y hay una cosa que he aprendido: nunca entres en la batalla cuando tienes todas las de perder. Sin embargo, jamás dejes que una persona que te ha insultado se salga con la suya. Espera tu momento y, cuando estés en una posición fuerte, devuelve el golpe, aunque ya no sea necesario hacerlo”.

anonymous asked:

Acaba de ver una foto suya con sus amigos y amigas y realmente no sé si sentirme feliz por el porque supero de buena manera lo nuestro o llorar porque no pensé que lo tomara tan a la ligera no esperaba que se deprimiera ni nada de eso pero me duele saber que no le importo

Es por eso Cariño que cuando se termina una relación hay que eliminarlo de todos los contactos, con esto te evitas estas cosas ,pero somos un poquito masocas y no podemos evitar el enterarnos de la forma que sea si ya tiene nueva pareja o si está llorando en su habitación.
Es cierto que si has querido de verdad, hay un cierto periodo de duelo en el que no te apetece estar con otra persona ,pero esto no sucede en la Adolescencia ,aqui hay otro lema “ a Rey muerto, Rey puesto”.
Alégrate por tí, porque tu si fuiste sincera y lo quisiste de verdad y cada cual que lo supere a su manera ,que esté rodeado de gente tampoco significa que te haya olvidado o que no lo esté pasando mal ,de echo uno de los consejos que doy para después de una ruptura es que salgas de nuevo con tu gente y no te quedes encerrada en casa.
Así que ya lo estás eliminando de tus redes y rehaz tu vida, vuelve a la vida social ,recuerda que si habeis roto ha sido por una razón y que ya no hay vuelta atrás … no te martirices pensando en lo que hace o deja de hacer, eso ya es PASADO .
Ánimo guapa 💋

Making Suya

About a thousand years ago, misskenshin made a foodwish for Suya. At the time, I had no idea what it is and after some searching found out that it is a trademark of the northern part of Nigeria; delicious bits of peanut-rubbed, spiced beef on sticks that are cooked over hot coals. I then added that foodwish to the growing list that have yet still to be made.

About a week ago, during a particularly long briefing before my afternoon shift, I started searching for Suya recipes. There are many variations to them; one calls for garlic, while another strictly forbids. After going through about half a dozen recipes, I’ve come up with my own take for Suya. It requires grated fresh ginger and minced garlic, as opposed to the powder form in many traditional recipes. I also added a bit of sugar for a little caramelization. Serve it with the tomatoes and onions, please, for it’d only be half as good without them.

SUYA:

[ 1 ½ lbs beef (I used a sirloin), cut to thin slices against the grain + ½ cup unsalted roasted peanuts + ½ tablespoon paprika + ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper + ½ teaspoon salt + ½ teaspoon grated ginger + 1 clove of garlic, minced + juice of ½ a lime + 1 teaspoon sugar + 1 ½ tablespoon oil + red onions, tomatoes and coriander leaves to serve ]

Soak some wooden skewers in water before you start

Make the peanut paste by adding the peanuts to a food processor and process till peanuts are finely ground. Add the spices and pulse a few seconds until evenly combined. 

Add a bit of oil to bring it all together in a paste-like consistency. It is sort of dry, yet it clumps up together with the addition of the oil.

Add the peanut mixture to the beef spreading( smearing) a bit on each slice. Take your time with coating each slices, as you want all the pieces to be covered in the peanut marinade.

Leave the beef to marinate for a few hours up to overnight. Add the sliced beef on soaked wooden skewers or kabob skewers.   

Preheat your grill on high. Oil the grill plate and place the beef skewers to cook.

Let cook for a few minutes, and then turn over and cook the other side. The sticks should be cooked in less than 10 minutes, depending on how thick your slices of meat are.

Serve the suya with fresh slices of red onion and chunks of tomato, garnished with cilantro leaves and a lime wedge.

Enjoy!