Malaysian street food — satay
Meat skewered and grilled over a charcoal fire
Served with a spicy dipping of peanut sauce, satay is perfect as a snack, starter or main course.
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Yosemite National Park — Winter 1990
And one of our favourite games was Batu Seremban aka Fivestones, a traditional version of Knucklebones. Instead of bones or stones, we played the game with cloth bags filled with either rice, mung beans or sand.
I used to think that the game was native to Malaysia until I discovered that it is found in various cultures worldwide.
The game has many variations in rules and names; for example, gonggi (Korea), otedama (Japan) and anjukal (India) ...
Have you played this game before?
What is it called in your corner of the world?