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Sop

by Narayan Mar 15, 2011 at 9:11 AM 1,238 Views 10 replies
  1. Narayan
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    A sop is a piece of bread or toast that is soaked in liquid food and then eaten. In medieval cuisine, sops were very common. Sops were served with wine, soup or broth, which were then picked apart into smaller pieces to soak in the liquid. At elaborate feasts, bread was often pre-cut into finger-sized pieces rather than broken off by the diners themselves. The word "soup" is a cognate of "sop", both stemming ultimately from the same Germanic source.[/p]

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  2. Sop

    Sop groovy dude lmao

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  3. Narayan
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    i was bored. so i decided to spam the EoF
     
  4. Zorua

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    What's a sop?
     
  5. Schizoanalysis

    Schizoanalysis From somewhere inside the rabbit hole...

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  6. Zorua

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    nm sop.
     
  7. Schizoanalysis

    Schizoanalysis From somewhere inside the rabbit hole...

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    I meant.... w'sup sop.
     
  8. Narayan
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    uhhh.... didn't you read?
     
  9. Shockwind

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    "sop kambing kumango " means, "sop goat kumango" in English. I'm not a pure Filipino, y'know? I don't even know what kumango means. [​IMG]
     
  10. Narayan
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    I myself don't know what kumango means.


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    Sop Kambing Kumango:

    One of the food places we wanted to visit during our time in Medan is Sop Kambing Kumango, so on the first night we’re in Medan, we asked Sisca to take us there. The place is located in Jl. Kumango. It was very crowded when we arrived. The patrons were ethnically diverse as we saw chinese, indonesian & indians sitting there enjoying their dishes and I thought this must be good. We ordered a portion of sop kambing to share. The sop kambing (mutton soup) tasted very rich & delicious. There was no hint of that distinct mutton smell in the meat & soup. The meat was very tender, I thought it must be cooked several hours in spices to reach this kind of taste & texture. The price was not cheap, but it was worth my every cent[/p]

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