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Yeah ok let me see .... magnifiy it 20x times... Oh wait I see seeds Hmmmm those look rather strange- smooth roundish a tint of brown.... ok what is that flower like looking thing there in the middle? with the yellowish like stuff on it? Hmmmmmm.... wonder if that little booklet that says EZ-wide in the back ground has anything to do with it? Hmmmmmmm
Yes it is a "Smoked Chicken"
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A favorite, Mahi Sefid, the Caspian White Fish with Baghali Polo = lima bean, dill, and safron rice. Also great with lamb. A good side dish is Kookoo Sabzi, kind of a herb and vegetable souffle.
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How about some burnt rice scraped from the bottom of the pan? I had that when I dated an Iranian girl, her mom was an excellent cook.
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I have a funny story about the L3. My business partner just bought a new L3. He decided to take it 4 wheeling and after 2 weeks of rain he got the son of a bitch stuck in the middle of no-where.

He called a guy to come get him but the guy refused to take his truck where the L3 got stuck, so he gave him a ride back to his house to get his other land rover. Yeah you guessed it, He got it stuck too. The next day he contacted a farmer with a tractor to pull them both out (minus a bumper & Mirror) lesson learned.

Ha ha now that is funny..... My off road unit is an old 1996 Discovery 5 speed manual transmission. I is just fantastic off road however I built it for off road did the things that make it able to do the mud and climb the rought areas..... And yuppers I have seen all kinds on dipshits come out with Hummers and L3s that they plunked down 60k plus for do not have a freaking clue how to drive off road and head for the biggest mud puddle they can find and Ooops shit! help! me stuck! The LR3 is very able to do some bad assed shit if properly configured and that is not with thoses neat assed looking alluminum rims along with the butt wide running boards and other junk along with a total newbe behind the wheel.
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How about some burnt rice scraped from the bottom of the pan? I had that when I dated an Iranian girl, her mom was an excellent cook.
the best part of cooked rice.

I read somewhere that one of the Japanese rice cooker manufacturers tweaked thermostats on its models exported to Iran so that there'd be more 'burns'.

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A favorite, Mahi Sefid, the Caspian White Fish with Baghali Polo = lima bean, dill, and safron rice. Also great with lamb.
NEED Bigger picture of that Fish! Omg how did you or whomever cook it and put what while cooking? that looks just yummy! recipes for it Please!!
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How about some burnt rice scraped from the bottom of the pan? I had that when I dated an Iranian girl, her mom was an excellent cook.
That's called Tardik. A similar delicacy is the bread under the kebab, nun'e zire kebab, which is also what men tongue in cheek call their sister in law.
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NEED Bigger picture of that Fish! Omg how did you or whomever cook it and put what while cooking? that looks just yummy! recipes for it Please!!
Found the pic; its a Caspian White Fish fillet with safron and orange slices.
A traditional Persian New Years dish, Iranians eat on the first day of spring, March 21.

Here are some versions Sea Food - Maahi Sefid

Damn, its almost 11 PM and I am getting hungry.
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ABOUT PERSIAN FOOD

One basic thing that all people have in common is food.


We must eat to live but each of us has different food preferences. By knowing and understanding people's food habits we are able to understand how people live.


Iranian have looked at food at 3 different ways for many centuries; medicinal, philosophical and cultural.


Physicians and philosophers considered food and beverages as the main factor to revive body. Consuming food is a way of weakening or strengthening human character. Consuming a lot of red meat and fats was thought to create evil thoughts and make us selfish. However, consuming a healthy diet including fruits, vegetables, fish, fowl, mixed petals and blossoms of roses create unusual powers and make us gentle and noble creatures.


The ancient philosophy of cold and hot food is linked to ancient Zoroastrian religion of the Achaemenian and Sassanian. This philosophy once was shared with other civilizations including China, India, and the medieval West. From region to region, the classifications may vary. In general, animal fat, poultry, wheat, sugar, some fresh fruits and vegetables, and all dried vegetables and fruits are considered as hot. Most beef, fish, rice, dairy products, fresh vegetables and fruits are considered as cold. Based on your nature, season or illness, you eat cold or hot foods. Even today, the way foods are combined and served takes this into consideration. For instance, walnut, a hot food is combined in a dish that includes pomegranate, a cold food, to make the dish balanced and delicious.
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Oddly (for my part of the world) there is a fantastic restaurant the next beach up which is totally Persian themed food.

It is one of the best (and cheapest) restaurants on the Coast, the twoo guys who run it are not Iranian but lived there for a long time.

Absolutely brilliant food.

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