Skip to comments.Obama says "Indonesia Is A Part Of Me" ... In INDONESIAN
Posted on 11/09/2010 7:37:47 PM PST by i88schwartz
Obama made the statement in Indonesia's native tongue during a speech at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia on Wednesday.
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Huy Fong, an American company shipping California’s finest peppers worldwide ~ Fur Shur.
It is a staple in this house.
We did have some sambal manis in little jars (packed by a Dutch Company) but learned how to make that stuff from fresh peppers.
What is “jelly donut” in Indonesian?
If you have those two, hoisin, rice wine vinegar, soy and a bit of sesame oil, you can make anything.
Oh and the Nuc mon too!
Mmmm fish extract...
N. Theknow says, “FUBO” in English.
We use wheat free tamari (and not all tamari is wheat free so be careful).
When I go to a sushi joint without wheat free tamari I order Sriracha and mix it with the wasabi. You haven't had fresh sashimi until you've slathered it with that mix!
Went to a place once that had mixed the wasabi with the Sriracha in the plastic squeeze bottle ~ "they knew"!!!!!
Gonna try that!
mắm bagoong alamang
haam ha/ha jeung
hom ha/hae ko
DOro Yaki from Japan might well serve as a sort of doughnut but I cant think of any SE Asian product that would meet the requirements ~ wheat being an imported product.
So, a shrimp paste stuffed doro yaki might be a visual substitute for a crurler or berliner, but not quite the same thing.
I would wager Indonesia is also part of his passport and scholarship applications.
But of course it is...it's where he learned the essentials of being a Muslim.
“Why do you think English is a native tongue?”
Because it’s obvious.
“He cant say much without a teleprompter.”
No, he can’t say much that isn’t confusing, boring, or liable to get him in trouble. That’s because: a) he’s not a very interesting person (it’s okay, most politicians aren’t), b) he’s one of countless people who have been trained by our culture (or lack thereof), educational system (or lack thereof), and political process not to be a conversationalist, and c) he’s naturally too leftist for the electorate and knows it.
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