Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

Fresh Hot Bread from the Tandoor

tandoor oven, tandoori naan, clay oven bread, tandoor bread, naan breadHere is a tandoor (clay oven) used for making bread (naan) in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Central Asia, and the Middle East.

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Delicious, hot, fresh naan coming out of the tandoor.

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As you pray for our Muslim friends celebrating the sacrifice holiday, every time you eat a piece of bread, pray that our friends would come to know the One who calls Himself the Bread of Life!

Bread of Life video

Post about name of God–Bread of Life–and additional videos.

 

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  9. Great pics! Thanks for sharing!! I just came home from an Indian dinner where I had naan, dosas, and coconut chutney! It’s great to see what the tandoor actually looks like! (I’m also a partaker of the Bread of Life!!) =)

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