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Danyel
Have you had hash?  I have heard before that it's very tasty a dish
30 ต.ค. 2012 เวลา 8:03
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The word “hash” seems to refer to different types of dishes in different countries. I’ve not tasted Azerbaizhani hash but in my region of Louisiana we have a breakfast dish called “hash and grits.” It’s a type of thick stew that uses the meat left over from the previous day's meal. Like many of our dishes, we start with a roux, a sauce made by heating flour and vegetable oil until it browns and then adding onions, garlic, green pepper, celery, various peppers and potatoes, carrots and chunks of meat and serving it over hot grits. It is a very tasty dish that was eaten when I was young but is no longer popular. Nevertheless, when I prepare it for friends, they are pleasantly surprised.
30 ตุลาคม 2012
I won't reply anymore since this is a language website but I think it's extremely sad that you're using a language forum to spread lies about things you obviously know very little about. Otherwise, have a good day :)
30 ตุลาคม 2012
Perhaps the word 'hash' needs to be explained by Danyel. Is he asking about the drug or the dish?
30 ตุลาคม 2012
I think you guys are talking about 2 different kinds of hash: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hashish http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hash_(food) As for the food: it looks pretty tasty to me. As for the drug: it doesn't damage your brain cells, that's just propaganda from your government. Alcohol on the other hand does. I'm sure you drink a glass of wine to dinner every now and then, Jura?
30 ตุลาคม 2012
No. I cannot understand why people would want to damage their brain cells.
30 ตุลาคม 2012
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Danyel
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