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A few very full days in Yangon

A few very full days in Yangon

I wish I had longer to spend in Yangon.  I only had a week in Myanmar to explore, of that I spent 2.5 days in Yangon and it wasn’t enough.  So what does any sane person do when they don’t have enough time and there is too much food to try.  Of course they have … Continue reading

The best Thai Food in NZ

The best Thai Food in NZ

I miss Thai food… a lot! It’s not just the flavours or spicy kick. I miss how easy it was to get. One thing New Zealand could do to improve itself would be to cover every street close to where I work,  live and play with quality satisfying street food.  Not the hot-dog on stick … Continue reading

It’s Food Time – 7-Eleven’s Popcorn!

It’s Food Time – 7-Eleven’s Popcorn!

In celebration of the up coming opening of a new 7-eleven store in my neighbourhood, this post is about one special product you can only get at a 7-eleven. The absence of a 7-eleven store has been one of the disappointing things about living in On Nut.  By absence I mean that to get to … Continue reading

Food Friday – Moo Manao – Lime Pork Salad!

Food Friday – Moo Manao – Lime Pork Salad!

If you are a fan of lime then you’ll love this salad.  It consists of three basic ingredients  – Pork, Lime and Cabbage, which doesn’t necessarily sound appealing but they combine together to make a mouth watering salad that is simply irresistible.  My taste buds tend towards enjoying sour flavours – I’ll take a ice lemon tea … Continue reading

Handmade lollipops in Bangsaen

Handmade lollipops in Bangsaen

Imagine palm trees, lapping waves, sand between you toes and eating a whole lot of seafood, with that image you have Bang Saen Beach.  We’ve written about Bang Saen before but what we forgot to mention was the delicious hand crafted lollipops you can find there. Located in a not so ideal place, next to … Continue reading

Food Friday – Noodle soup

Food Friday – Noodle soup

Noodle soup is everywhere in Thailand, it seems to be the go to any time snack food on the streets.  I’ve eaten noodle soup for breakfast, lunch, and dinner or even a late night snack after a few too many beers. Known in Thai as Kuay Tiew, you can get any number of different combinations. … Continue reading