BBQ Chicken Kidneys on a Stick Bangkok Thailand dailyfoodphotography
My bbq chicken kidneys on a stick are on my balcony in Bangkok Thailand so I can get you some good light.
Underneath my kidneys are various foods chopped up that are about to be soup. I see:
- Turmeric root
- Ginger root
- Thai holy basil seeds
in this particular mix.
My path next will be to slice the kidneys off the stick so that each becomes three or four pieces. Then I will only use half of the kidneys in this meal and save the rest for next time.
Once it's all together, I pour boiling water over all – stir and eat. The veggies stay crunchy, everything is hot, and I am a happy eater!
I get these kidneys from “my guy” who is out on the street in the middle of the night barbecuing up a storm and selling his meat-on-a-stick as fast as he can do it. Sometimes I get there at 3 am and he has a surplus, but most of the time I take what I can get.
The last time I was there a man paid with a 500 thb note and took huge bags of food to a waiting taxi after getting very little change. This stick of joy cost me 10 thb, so imagine 50 times this much! I just wonder how seven chicken kidneys cooked with all this effort only costs me 30 cents usd.
When I was obese, bbq chicken kidneys on a stick would have been on my list of things I would never eat if I had ever heard of this in the first place. Now I am of the belief that organ meat helps my arthritis symptoms and I love the taste and texture of these kidneys. I’m going out later tonight to see my guy and I surely hope he has some.
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I’m using a Canon ELPH160 point and shoot camera for my photos.
I’m very grateful I lost half my size and just sorry it took me until I was 50 years old to figure out how to do it. Anyone can lose weight if I did. Let me help you with simple and natural methods you will enjoy. It’s been over seven years now since I had to worry about my weight. What a relief.