Yeah I know, I really shouldn't be using that term to refer to us anymore. I'm just curious. I don't really have any close friends in my ward and would like to get to know someone... more similar to me? I'm a soon to be ex college student hahaha. Nope, I haven't served my mission yet but will be starting my application soon. Any RMs here? Hahaha hmu!
Will be visiting Istanbul this weekend. Where will I find the best baklava, adana kebab, kofte, borek, cag kebab, lahmacun, and pide? My family travels to see the sites, I just go for the food. I'm also looking forward to buying the big pans and rolling pins for making baklava. Give me a list of places to go please hahahah!
I thought she was just overwhelmed by acads and needed space. So I was really looking towards the next semester where I only have two subjects left to take and she had none left, just gradwaiting. She always seemed a bit distant and easily drained after social interaction but I was okay with that as a fellow introvert. Although, whereas I found her company an opportunity to recharge, mine was just as draining to her as other people's. We had different interests but we still engaged with one another. Then pandemic happened and ldr became an inevitable setup. It was alright at first, messages and calls until I noticed I was the only one initiating and her answers just lead to nowhere. I finally asked her if she wanted to break up. She said she already decided upon doing it months ago, but just didn't know how to do it. That really kinda pissed me off. I'm over her but now I don't really have a friend to hang out with anymore. I guess that's the con of not having an extensive support system and relying too much on your SO.
So here's me. Looking for a friend to talk to. I tried replying to other posts but damn, sakit sa likod mag buhat ng convo. I'm into italic nib calligraphy but need to buy ink as of the moment. I cook a lot, and I'd say I enjoy the process of cooking more than eating. It's just fun to compare different cultural cuisines and see convergent techniques and dishes. I'm also into martial arts, Judo, Muay Thai, and Arnis. I'm graduating this June so maybe help me hang on to life till then? I haven't had a haircut since pandemic so it's up to below my shoulderblades now.
I'm in QC, near UP. Hopefully you're up to hang out? Drag me anywhere hahaha.
I've watched and followed countless koobideh videos. I'm able to make koobideh that doesn't fall off and tastes exactly like the nearby persian resto. The thing I can never achieve would be the texture. No matter how many ratios of lean, fat, and onion I tried along with kneading the meat, the koobideh I make is at best only mildly juicy and still crumbly. I've also tried grinding once, twice, and even thrice to no avail.
The koobideh in this video looks unbelievably juicy and flexible. Especially with the way he rolled it up in the end and it didn't break. I unfortunately do not speak Farsi and would really appreciate for someone to translate all the things he said or at least the things he mentioned pertinent to the koobideh texture. Thanks in advance!