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Monday, 8 April 2013

G is For Gado-gado


Did you enjoy your break from A to Zing yesterday?

Well we're back in week 2 of the A To Z Challenge with the the letter G.

gado-gado n an Indonesian dish of cooked mixed vegetables and hard-boiled eggs served with a peanut sauce [Bahasa Indonesia]

I'm not sure whether that sounds appetising to me or not - it might greatly depend on what type of vegetables are in it and what it looks like once it's on the plate (or in the dish depending on it's consistency).

A little further down the page I spied the word gadzooks which made me giggle just a little bit - I don't know why it made me laugh.

See you tomorrow

6 comments:

Jo said...

Nope, never heard of gado gado. Being food, its something I should investigate.

As for gadzooks, I seem to remember Shakespeare uses it in several plays.


JO ON FOOD, MY TRAVELS AND A SCENT OF CHOCOLATE

Shannon @I Survived and Now I Run said...

Hmmm not sure if I would eat that, I'm used to American cuisine..but may try that someday. Blessings, and thanks for sharing...following you now via the Challenge!

Shannon at I Survived and Now I Run

A Daft Scots Lass said...

That sounds so yummy. I love peanut sauce!

Visiting from the A to Z Blog Challenge. Enjoy the 2nd week.

M Pax said...

It sounds pretty yummy to me. It has peanut sauce... :)

Julia King said...

That dish sounds good, but I'm a bit nervous eating new types of food. Why? I spent 13 months living in Taiwan and ate everything that was placed in front of me in order not to offend by hosts. Now, I figure, I have the choice if I want to eat something or not when it looks questionable. I don't eat it even if it may be the best tasting this in the universe. shrugs. haha

Zoe said...

Yeah, not so sure about that.