suya

Querida Charlie,

Acabo de encontrar una carta, es anónima, supongo que nunca llegué a abrirla por miedo.
No sé si es en realidad suya pero te enseñaré un poco:

Tú la de los ojos soñadores, la de los labios de colores. ¿Te soy sincero? Me di cuenta que estaba enamorado cuando eran rojos.

Ay, Charlie, lo extraño. Quiero creer que él llegó a escribir eso para mí. Y llegar a decirle que si quiere esos labios rojos siempre estarán aquí para él.
—  Con amor, La chica que se enamoró de uno cuando debía ser del otro.

Bir padişah acemi bir köle ile gemiye binmişti.denizde bir fırtına çıktı Köle hiç deniz görmemiş, geminin nimetini tatmamıştı. Ağlamaya, inlemeye başladı. Tir tir titriyordu. Avutmak için çok uğraştılar, ama bir türlü sakinleşmedi.

Padişahın keyfi kaçtı.

Herkes aciz bir vaziyetteyken gemide bulunan yaşlı bir adam padişahın huzuruna çıktı,

“Müsaade buyurursanız ben onu sustururum” dedi.

… Padişah da “lütfetmiş olursunuz” dedi.

Yaşlı adam emretti, köleyi denize attılar. Köle birkaç kere suya battı çıktı. Sonra saçından yakaladılar, gemiden tarafa çektiler. Köle gemiye yaklaşınca iki eliyle merdivene asıldı, oradan gemiye çıktı, bir köşede uslu uslu oturmaya başladı.

Yaşlı adamın yaptığı iş padişahı hayrete düşürdü.

“Bu işteki hikmet nedir ?” diye sordu.

Yaşlı adam cevap verdi:

“Köle evvelce suya batmayı tatmamıştı. Gemideki selâmetin kıymetini bilmiyordu. İşte huzur ve saadet de böyledir, bir felâket görmeyen kimse, huzurun kıymetini bilemez.”

anonymous asked:

Hay un blog llamado "mejores-frases-amor" y esta tomando todas tus publicaciones como suyas.

Gracias, ya me di cuenta debería etiquetarme por lo menos, sé que va a leer esto porque me sigue así que saludos 😊✌🏼️

PLOT LIST

Hola a todos. De hace unos días que he pensado en retomar algunos plots que dejé porque sencillamente las ships murieron por variadas razones. 

Quiero dejar en claro que esta vez seré algo selectiva con las personas que se ofrezcan, no quiero pasar por lo mismo nuevamente, por ello, espero que no se toman a mal mis decisiones, prefiero llegar algunas de estas ships con personas con las que podría sentirme cómodas.

Cualquier pregunta o duda me pueden decir por chat.

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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!