Dash Out Sunday Week #3 ( The Food Pic Contest )

in ReggaeJAHM3 months ago

This is my participation in Dash Out Sunday Week #3 ( The Food Pic Contest ). It's very easy to participate, it's not mandatory to make a publication, you can even do it by leaving a direct comment in the contest publication, Here.

Usually on Sundays something different is done, or at least that is customary in some parts, although we know that things have changed a bit lately. But, the possibilities of doing something different from what you eat during the week, or even being able to buy something for a change is in the hands of some. For my part, I didn't buy anything, I prepared it with my own hands, today, Sunday, I was at rest and only at home.

Here is the photo with which I will participate in this contest of theReggaejahm Community :


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Image of my authorship / Taken with my Huawei Y5 phone

You won't believe that I usually decorate my food so much, but since I was ready to take a picture for this contest, I had to have some subtlety when serving the dish, which in this case is:

  • White rice, seasoned with garlic
  • Fried ripe banana. (This is something very Caribbean, as I understand it).
  • Carrot and cabbage salad, with a sweet touch.
  • And the protein: Grilled chicken, seasoned with ground garlic, curry and a touch of soy sauce.


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Image of my authorship / Taken with my Huawei Y5 phone

This has been my participation, I hope it has been a tasty publication he he he he

Have a great start to the week.

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oh ma, this looks like my kind of dinner. the fried bananas, we call them plantains in Jamaica. They are very big bananas right? Yeah, that really does give it a Caribbean vibe.

I was just about to ask if he meant plantains. Mih nevah hear bout fry banana before.

Hi @dmilliz, actually I know it's not the best dinner, rich in calories, but... it's a delight he he
Yes, here they are called banana, plantain or ripe. Fried, here they are eaten, also in Venezuela, Peru, Ecuador, Cuba, but there are those in Europe who do not know them. I don't know if they eat them in Asia.

que rica comida..