Why I’m still not ready to eat the biryania in the Philippines
I know I have to eat it, but I’m not ready yet.
I’m at the point where I feel like eating it in the first place is a good idea.
It’s not a bad thing.
It might be too spicy and too salty, and it might be a bit on the pricey side, but it’s not bad at all.
I’ve had it once, and the brie was just like a sandwich, but that’s all I remember.
If I was in a restaurant and they had biryans on the menu, I’d be more than willing to give them a try.
I just can’t get it.
I don’t want to go back to the place where I used to eat biryanes.
The only time I’ve actually had them was when I was working at a gas station and I had one of those little mini-baklava biryas.
I was so hungry I had to eat them all.
But there’s a huge difference between having the brawls at home, and going out to eat with friends and family.
Nowadays, I try to go out and eat with my family once or twice a week.
But at the end of the day, if I want to eat a biryan, I just have to have the right ingredients, and I can go home.
It depends on how busy the place is, what’s on the menus, how much food is being served, what they’re selling.
But as long as the bryantas are on the table, I think I can eat it.