“Shaah” is the word for tea which has long been the favorite beverage of Somalia. When Somali say it they generally refer to a hot tea beverage with milk and sugar added.
Sea moss, a species of red algae (Chondrus crispus), is believed to be an excellent reviver and energizer. This bottled drink is a blend of sea moss, sugar, milk and spices, believed to provide energy and vitality, especially for men.
The original native population of coffee is thought to have come from East Africa specifically to Ethiopia. And due to the Italian influence, Macchiatos are also now a mainstay. It is a double or triple shot of Espresso with a dollop of milk foam on top. Add sugar if you wish.
A cappuccino is a beverage producing a harmonious balance of espresso, steamed milk and frothed milk. It is popular across the world while it is known for the classic Italian.
Allulla (Hallulla), a semi-hard round bread, is pronounced “ayuya”. In Chile, it is most commonly eaten as or with breakfast. So much fun to eat it with Manjar (pronouced “manhar”) which is Chilean caramel toast topping. Manjar is also known as “dulce de leche” in Argentine.
People in Eurasia continental have created the culture of dairy product in long history. One of the example is Soured milk, such as yoghurt or kefir, which is called ‘Pai'(пой) in Pamir language or ‘Chulgot'(чургот) in Tajik language. This is produced by bacterial fermentation of milk after memoving butter.
Knedlíky are one of the main staple of Czech cuisine and are quite often served with Czech meals. It is boiled (not baked) dumpling made from flour, sometimes with mashed potato, milk, yeast and eggs, and boiled long time (around half an hour) after kned. Here I post a kind of Knedlíky’s variation, like French toast style.
Some of what are considered ‘Jersey cuisine’ are made from dairy products. Yes, Jersey is quite well known for its flesh milk. Rich and delicious ice cream is widely available as one of typical food of Jersey.
It’s my favorite! Mil(grain) is already prepared as a ball shape and they solve into milk when we order it. Sometimes some of sugar is added. And sometimes it has ginger flavor. It is slightly sour because of lacto germ. Try it!
Sha’y is a word for tea, alhaleeb is the milk, and maa (bi is also possible) is with. Yemeni milk tea is known as the national drink that has sweet taste. If you want black tea, “Sha’y la alhaleeb” (tea without milk) is choice.