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Invalid soup

Posted on: October 25, 2009

It’s not very fair to hold up foreign menus for ridicule, and I’d be more likely to grow wheels than write a single comprehensible word in Arabic, but this place in El Gouna, Egypt, gave me such awful food poisoning that it loses all special indemnity. Hard to read on the rubbish pic so here it is in its full glory:

Food historins tell us the history of is probably as old the history of cooking . the act of combibig various ingredients in a large pot to create a nutritious filling , easiy digested, simple to make/serv food was invitble made it the perfect choice for both cultures , rich and poor , healthy peaple andinvalids. Soupsevoled according to lacal ingredients and tastes soup were easily digested awereprescribed for invalids since ancient timerestoratifs (where on the world “resturant” comes) were the first items served  in public restaurants in 18th century Paris.

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