The beloved African three legged pot. These pots were being readied for a big event the next day. The pot on the left were used to stew two warthogs, while the one on the right was used to prepare maize porridge. Abot 150 people were fed, with some going for seconds.
I am currently reading an English book. What a strange language. Expressions like "Jamie went home to eat his tea." - followed by a list of what he ate; steak, chips and drank some beer. No tea. The other expression was that he "cooked the chips". Cooking, in my mind would mean to combine ingredients, heat it in some way and arrive at a prepared meal (if it was not burnt). Since there is a singular action to making chips, I thought that he could have said, that he "fried the chips". Don't worry, I do understand that the old UK has many ways to speak English. The author also continues to use "too" in stead of "to", but that has nothing to do with cooking and had me wondering who did the proofreading.
These are just observations, not meant as critique.