…one Saturday evening
16:20 – Autumn does some mental arithmetic in her mind collaborating her menstrual cycle to evaluate the safety of a bout of carnal gymnastics at the back seat of my car without prophylactics.
16:23 – I storm the pearly gates with the purple-headed devil. She gave me the mark of the beast.
16:42 – Play hide the hot dog while pondering on what to have for a snack after skipping lunch. Making grass sandwiches (+6 bonus points if you get this euphemism) made us think of kebabs so off we went.
16:50 – Ferry Kebab is a popular kebab stall in Sibu that is renowned for its delicious kebabs.
16:51 – Kebabs over here are not chunks of meat on skewers but a huge mass of meat which is sliced off into a hotdog bun.
16:52 – The meat slices (you can opt for chicken, beef or a combination of both) are mixed with onions and cucumbers (both finely diced) as the filler for the bun.
16:53 – Generous squirting (of the chilli sauce bottle) is applied on the bun and it is wrapped in a plastic wrap.
16:56 – Autumn with her chicken kebab. She’s not a big fan of beef.
16:59 – A closer peek at the resplendent folds of Autumn’s luscious wet, pink…kebab. 😉
17:06 – Ferry Kebab is delicious! It makes for really messy eating, but it’s fun to eat it at the roadside in the car for the authentic experience.
17:13 – I drove back to take a photo of the stall coz I forgot to take the entire Ferry Kebab stall setup.
…a different kind of food review. Kaizen! 😉