Korean feast at church

Korean feast at church

Korean feast at church

First published in News

KOREAN Christians will be presenting examples of their national cuisine during a visit to Leigh.

The group of ten Koreans will be at Elim Church, in Glendale Gardens, with samples of their food and to talk about the growth of Christianity in the east Asian country.

The free event is on September 12, at 7pm. Those wishing to attend are asked to contact Derrick or Ann on 07974 009990 to help them plan for catering.

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3:41pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Maddogg says...

Locals are being advised to keep a close eye on their dogs and cats.
Locals are being advised to keep a close eye on their dogs and cats. Maddogg
  • Score: -7

6:28pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Howard Cháse says...

Hot dogs. With all the trimmings
Hot dogs. With all the trimmings Howard Cháse
  • Score: -5

6:50pm Sat 23 Aug 14

ekcoanarak says...

Maddogg wrote:
Locals are being advised to keep a close eye on their dogs and cats.
Especially the ginger cats, they are used in the spicy dishes.
[quote][p][bold]Maddogg[/bold] wrote: Locals are being advised to keep a close eye on their dogs and cats.[/p][/quote]Especially the ginger cats, they are used in the spicy dishes. ekcoanarak
  • Score: -3

8:33pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Kim Gandy says...

I see the usual humourless leftie nitwits have been at it again with the thumbs down.

It's a well known FACT that some Asian countries including the Koreas, have dogs on the menu.

Frankly, the above comments made me laugh my head off.

We can joke about Yorkshire folk eating black pudding, (yuk) or Scots eating cows' innerds (double yuk) but woe betide anyone who makes a crack about anything east of Istanbul.

Get a sense of humour transplant for God's sake.
I see the usual humourless leftie nitwits have been at it again with the thumbs down. It's a well known FACT that some Asian countries including the Koreas, have dogs on the menu. Frankly, the above comments made me laugh my head off. We can joke about Yorkshire folk eating black pudding, (yuk) or Scots eating cows' innerds (double yuk) but woe betide anyone who makes a crack about anything east of Istanbul. Get a sense of humour transplant for God's sake. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -1

9:29pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Maddogg says...

ekcoanarak wrote:
Maddogg wrote:
Locals are being advised to keep a close eye on their dogs and cats.
Especially the ginger cats, they are used in the spicy dishes.
That's really funny. Thank you for making me laugh!
[quote][p][bold]ekcoanarak[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maddogg[/bold] wrote: Locals are being advised to keep a close eye on their dogs and cats.[/p][/quote]Especially the ginger cats, they are used in the spicy dishes.[/p][/quote]That's really funny. Thank you for making me laugh! Maddogg
  • Score: 0

10:27pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Robin Reliant says...

Oooo Kimchi, sounds great.
Oooo Kimchi, sounds great. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 5

11:01pm Sat 23 Aug 14

EcoPatriot says...

Maybe one day some English people can do the same and remind us all of our actual heritage.
Maybe one day some English people can do the same and remind us all of our actual heritage. EcoPatriot
  • Score: 0

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