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I am not the best chef in Namibia.

I grew up eating namibian food. When I was in school, it was the only foreign food I could get my friends to eat. It was always more fun to eat than to cook.

I have to say, I was never a great cook in school either. I was the ‘cub of the household’ who could not cook anything. I had a very small kitchen and a small table. Everything I cooked was for my family. I remember when I was about 8 or 9 years old my parents cooked breakfast for me using an old recipe from my grandmother. Even then I knew that I wasn’t meant to be a chef.

Luckily for us, my Grandmother was an amazing cook. She knew exactly what to do with her food and she always made the most delectable meals. She used to prepare a meal for every meal and then make some special sauce for her meal, which she would put on her food. She always had a secret recipe for her delicious meals. I would always have to beg her for a special sauce.

I dont know about you, but this sounds disgusting.

I have to say I have to agree with you. I just ate Namibian food recently and I can tell you there is no way it was anything close to the delicious meal my grandma made. Maybe it was the fact that the dish she makes is so easy to make, but it just tasted like the best damn meal I ever had.

I am a true believer in all things Namibian. Growing up in the country where they make delicious bread and delicious chicken, I have no doubt that my grandma‚Äôs food is better than anyone’s. My favorite dish is their chicken tamale, which is a huge, meaty, savory, sweet-sour and cheese-filled ball of goodness. She will even make it for you, just as a surprise.

My grandma is a true master of the art of cooking Namibian food. It’s a very simple dish to make and is one of those dishes that you can make over and over again and never get bored of. I love this dish because it’s easy to make, tastes great, and it’s pretty.

Namibia is home to some of the world’s most beautiful and delicious food. One of the best dishes to try at a Namibian restaurant is a chicken tamale. I just love getting a piece of chicken skin to dip on the side of the tamale, and it’s always a big hit.

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