Miss Hoggy didn’t have a camera at the time, more like both her phone and camera were out of battery. Yeap, at the SAME TIME. Well, you just have to take her word for it. But her host family’s expression is priceless. Here goes the Georgian verdict of the Chicken Rice: It’s very delicious, but … Continue reading Chicken Rice, Miss Hoggy Georgian Style – Verdict
1 whole chicken (mine was free range)
1/2 of long chili (deseeded and bruised)
5 tbsp ground nutmeg (chili and nutmeg combination, in absence of ginger)
3 cloves garlic (bruised)
3 sprigs spring onion
2 tsp salt (in absence of soy sauce)
2 tsp garlic oil (pre made and make lots, in absence of sesame oil) Continue reading “Chicken Rice, Miss Hoggy Georgian Style – Recipe”
So after a certain trip the week before, here is Miss Hoggy, finds herself craving (not like super craving, just a normal craving) for some home cook Chinese meals. Thus, she finally broke open her Asian Instant Noodles stash and cook them to kind of satisfy the inner Chinese-meal craving. But it wasn’t enough. Sorry, MSG and powder flavouring. What can she do then? Continue reading “Chicken Rice, Miss Hoggy Georgian Style – Prologue”
Student: “Teacher, do you play Australian football?” Me: “What do you know about Australian football?” Student: “Teacher, Australian football has got handball, marking and lots of fighting. I like.” My 10th grader’s definition of Aussie Rules Football. Am surprised to know that someone in Georgia knows Footy, with handball and marking in all of its … Continue reading Subject: Footy
One of my 2nd graders, Mari, gave me this picture that she drew today, of me! What a nice surprise, on a Monday Morning. Continue reading The reason why I teach. The Georgian reason.
At last, Miss Hoggy is living the Georgian life, working as an English teacher, khachapuri much, in the land of Jason. I know! Alright, she’s jumping ahead of herself. Let start from the beginning. Are you all ready to jump into the land of old with me? Well, this boy is.