Looks like you hacked their little heads off.
Chuyên thiet ke nha | thiet ke nha dep | mau nha | Mau nha dep | thiet ke nha xinh
Cooking CarpOur family had a recipe for carp, handed down for generations.Dig a deep hole in the ground, pour in red-hot coals, and cover with a bucket of river mud. Lay carp on top of that, followed by another layer of mud and another layer of coals.Cover and let simmer in the ground for 8 hours.Dig it all up and eat the mud.It tastes like carp, but you don't have to remove all those bones.
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