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Strange food

Posted by on Oct 22, 2012

As long as people have travelled they have remarked upon the strange foods they’ve encountered on their way. Of course, one person’s bizarre meal is another...

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Lemon Chicken

Posted by on Sep 3, 2012

Guest post recipe by Bubviv of FoodFlurries.com Lemon chicken is pretty much a staple on the menu in any Chinese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Tender, crispy chicken drizzled with a...

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Grandma noodle

Posted by on Jun 18, 2012

Near the traffic lights in Mae Nam, Koh Samui Thailand is such a clean country I would be happy to try the food at most places; the street vendors are great as are a number of small...

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Give it up for Galangal

Posted by on Oct 31, 2012

If you’ve ever prepared an Asian dish then you will be familiar with ginger. Chances are you’ve peeled back its knobbly husk, grated its flesh to a sappy pulp and flung it in a...

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Give it up for Galangal

Give it up for Galangal

Oct 31, 2012

If you’ve ever prepared an Asian dish then you will be familiar with ginger. Chances are you’ve peeled back its knobbly husk, grated its flesh to a sappy pulp and flung it in a hot wok. Or perhaps you’ve seasoned meat with the ground, powdery version; either way, ginger is a bastion of the culinary zeitgeist. On this premise, galangal ought not to be...

Strange food

Strange food

Oct 22, 2012

As long as people have travelled they have remarked upon the strange foods they’ve encountered on their way. Of course, one person’s bizarre meal is another person’s delicacy. After all, do we often stop to really consider what’s in our sausages? Here are five of the strangest foods served up around the world. Sannakji Definitely not for...

Bangkok Street Food

Bangkok Street Food

Oct 12, 2012

This week’s guest post is brought to you by Sam, a well travelled writer with a passion for Thai street food.  When I first arrived in Bangkok I was slightly apprehensive about dining out. I had heard fantastic things about the quality of Thai cuisine but had no idea where to begin. I also didn’t fancy spending the duration of my trip hugging a hostel...

Lemon Grass Lovin’

Lemon Grass Lovin’

Oct 11, 2012

Used in a huge amount of Asian dishes, including Tom Yum Soup and Coconut Curries, Lemon Grass is a versatile, widely available ‘super spice’ that can be used whole, sliced, or even “bruised” into a paste (similar to how you would handle garlic). Traditionally grown and sourced from South East Asia, Lemon Grass is a vital ingredient in a lot of Thai and...

Thai Yellow Curry

Thai Yellow Curry

Sep 23, 2012

Thai yellow curry I think is by far the easiest Thai curry to make. I also think it is a great introduction to Thai cuisine because of its light spices andlovely flavours from Indian style curries. I made a chicken Thai yellow curry for my in-laws; it was their first time eating home cooked Thai food. They are both fans of Indian cuisine so I thought this was a...

Lemon Chicken

Lemon Chicken

Sep 3, 2012

Guest post recipe by Bubviv of FoodFlurries.com Lemon chicken is pretty much a staple on the menu in any Chinese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur. Tender, crispy chicken drizzled with a tangy lemon sauce, served with steamed rice and a side of veggie … most likely bok choy stir-fried with garlic. Yummy! Lemon chicken has always been one of my favourites, but it...