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Jad VS Chef Ramzi - Hash o Nash

so what do you think guys ?
Barbeque

[tags] barbecue, jad, chef, ramzi [/tags]

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  1. looks ymmy!! fashar el chef Ramzi!!

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  2. Looks good, but did you grill some "leyyeh" too?

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  3. lah lah lah
    where is the onions and leyyeh is not gona work this way
    the correct way is meat onion leyyeh meat onion leyyeh and so on
    yallah next time try it to taste the difference

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  4. YUMMMMYYY .... Ya bakheel ... you make Mashawi .. oo ma bti3zimni ... akh bass!!

    Sa7tain 3ala albak ... oo fashar Ramzi oo Osama .. oo Qwaider kaman

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  5. fata7it nefsi 3al sobo7 man :D
    weeeeeeeeeen el basaaaaaal wel bandoorah ???

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  6. Have to try it first and then tell :( ana biddi.. why is everything about food around me today.

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  7. let's go to dinner today


    shahaitni

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  8. bedeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee yaaaaaaaaaaaa yaaaaaaaaaaaa :DDDDDDDDDD

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