Food definitely makes the world go round and this man’s version of England’s kebab is food for the soul.
For many who don’t know, the kebab is a wonderful British tradition. And believe it or not, the fact that it originates from a completely different nation has so many people in awe.
Going back to the age-old days when the colonel rule resounded from far away, the world witnessed countless culinary delights. And now, they’re an integral component to the norm, ‘the great British tradition’. In reality, these are things that the British might be guilty of stealing from other nations’ cultures. But again, all is fair in food and war, right?
Call the Brits cheeky lads or not, one thing is for sure. These people love their food and nothing is more loyal to them than culinary delights. Therefore, we thought it would be interesting to explore more about the greatness of England’s kebab, thanks to one expert Twitter user.
England’s kebab- a food affair like no other
To put things into a simplified perspective, kebabs are indulgent meat-filled treats. Moreover, they arise in a number of different varieties, each with a distinct flavor. Every chef talks about their secret recipe, each instilling magical flavors with a special touch of perfection.
Yes, we agree that none of them are British or a part of classic British cuisine. However, does that mean UK citizens can’t enjoy the delicious treat to the brim?
To help give you a better understanding of the love for England’s kebabs, we highly recommend you visit the street shops. These have lines that run for miles, hungry customers anticipating a quick yet fulfilling bite.
The real origins of the kebab
Originally, this meaty feast has origins that include the Middle Eastern region. And that’s exactly where you’ll find the kebab in dishes like shawarma- a succulent wrap that has tender meat, garlic sauce- all wrapped in flatbread. But please beware- once you start, you simply can’t stop
In case you get the opportunity to head on over to Greece, you’ll find gyros. This a flour wrap that comes filled with tender meat, onions, tomatoes, fries, and tzatziki sauce. Needless to say, fries added to anything and everything is pure bliss. Therefore, is clearly no exception.
As you head on over towards Turkey, you can say hello to a well-done doner kebab. Created using the juiciest lamb meat chunks, it’s sheer food glory at its best. In the same way, these are the very same meaty strips that most English people turn to.
The Canadian and his take on England’s kebab
One Canadian man goes to great extents to write about his passion for great British food staples. And his eloquent tweet series has plenty of people talking.
Clearly describing his UK experiences from home away from home, his rants, praises, and sheer love for the staple is just pure genius. For instance, he terms Canada’s kebab too clean and healthy. Instead, he dreams of the real deal from the UK- dripping in fat and flavor.
But it’s not just the food itself he rants about.The Canadian mentions how most Brits enjoy kebabs when they’re drunk.
And according to him, that for some reason is an entirely different experience.For many, the sober experience of eating the meat-filled treat isn’t worth it when compared to eating it while you’re drunk.
As you can tell by now, this post was merely an excuse to go on and on about kebabs. And at the moment, we’d love it if someone could hand us a plate of sheer goodness. And until then, we’ll just have to do with a series of tweets and mindblowing pictures.
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