TikTok chef Sueh Owino wins praises from Kenyans after preparing husband's meal for 29 hours
The cooking maverick, who in almost all of her videos, records herself preparing meals for her husband, this time went all the way out and took a staggering 29 hours to prepare a meal that appeared so tantalising on camera.
In her latest video which is slowly shattering viewership, Sueh begins with the introduction, 'You remember when my husband wanted me to make something organic? Well, here we go!'
Sueh then goes on to immaculately slice up and season a goat leg before marinating it for a whole 24 hours.
As the marination goes on, Sueh then goes out to the garden where she digs up the earth and creates a fireplace from scratch - firewood, bricks, spade, ashes and all.
Thereafter, Sueh takes out the marinated goat leg from the fridge, wraps it up in banana leaf parchments, adds some foil paper and then plunges it into the smouldering fireplace before covering it up with more foil paper and then adding soil.
Five hours later, Sueh pulls out the cooked meat from the fire pit, delicately tearing away the flesh from the bone before serving it to her family.
The tedious cooking process, called pit barbecue, has been used by indigenous peoples around the world for thousands of years.
Earth ovens are also quite popular across the Middle East to this day.
Sueh's expertise and patience, while preparing goat meat for her family for close to thirty hours, ignited the internet and won her new admirers overnight.
So far, the video boasts of over 400k+ views and has even made its way to X (formerly Twitter) where people have been lavishing praises on her.
While reacting to the video, popular X user @Cypriannyakundi wrote, "Shoutout to Sueh Owino on TikTok! Now this is real content creation!"
The tweet garnered thousands of likes and has been viewed by close to 600k+ people. Sueh herself replied to the tweet, saying, "Thank you for giving me some spotlight here!"
Another X user @rameshsexena hilariously said, "Sueh Owino went to the garden, dug a hole, collected wood, and made fire just to cook her husband an organic meal. Then there's Achieng' from Kochia who cannot even boil water to make son of man morning tea. This earth!"
Sueh's latest video has also seen hundreds of people calling upon top kitchen brands to partner with the content creator and, at least, make her a brand ambassador.
Back in May, Akothee’s sister Cebbie Koks praised Sueh for keeping up with cooking for her man.
“In the spirit of my husband by Sueh Owino I tried. My husband’s morning, lunch, and evening. On day two nilianguka punglu! Wachana na hii mambo ya content creators mtu anaweza kuf dead mbaya sana!" she wrote.
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