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217: Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

217: Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

August 22, 2017 by | Be the first to comment »

Comfort food from foreign lands including foot made dodai, falafel, kabobs, and all the long grain rice you can. The guys are talking delicious down range dishes on this episode of CIgars and Sea Stories. Bennett shares his love for eastern mediterranean cuisine as his mouth waters over the thought of Egyptian cook outs. The chow got interesting on the distant outposts his team rotated through. His experiences include a Bosnian adventure, Israeli street meat, and a good bit of shwarma. Mike recounts a few tales of time spent in Ramadi. He breaks down the best spots of chow in a combat zone. Grab some tips in this episode. Mike tells you the best way to bribe kids to get you food from the market without getting poisoned or blown up. A man will do crazy things for some Afghan chips. It only takes one taste of the local cheesy potatoes to get hooked for a lifetime. What you get in taste is sacrificed in sanitary delivery. The typical presentation for tasty street goodies is a greasy mass of food on a paper plate wrapped in a standard grocery bag. That doesn’t matter month 6 of your deployment. ┬áNow if we could only get that kinda grub over here!

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

Comfort Food From Foreign Lands

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