What Is In That?|
Written by Luke Gillian
Thrown at the web around 18/04/2003 23:34:12
What Is In That?
It is a staple of the West Indian diet, the roti. A small curried meat or vegetable parcel. The roti itself is the thin rolled and grilled bread that encases the meat and although they are the cheapest fayre available at the ground and in plentiful supply, passengers at the game nonetheless bring bucket loads of the stuff to munch thoughout the day. A roti in Guyana will cost you roughly Aud$1, whereas Trinidad between Aud$2-3, and no matter what your choice filling, you'll be back for more and more and more, and often in search. At the cricket you need only look a few seats around you to find a trough of it somewhere, and no doubt before long be on the receiving end of a gesture of good will by the chef. Bon Appetite!
Luke Gillian 18/04/2003 23:34:12