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Snapshots of Asian Food Tour
What’s good to eat in Thailand? You’ll not want to miss out the Thai noodle. The ingredients are mixtures of fish plates, fish ball, fried fish skins, wontons, minced pork, preserved vegetables, dry and fried onions, lettuces, sliced pork, splash of pork oil, pepper, fish sauce and chili. What an amazing noodle assortment! Local people also like to use "Tamarind" as cooking material, mixed with fish to make the soap with special delicious taste.
In Chatuchak weekend market, tea seller will perform the special skill of making the Thai iced tea. Is there anything to do with the taste of the tea by this skill?!
In Bangkok shopping mall, this "black stone" bun and ice-cream in Japanese style is interesting.
You can find the best of kaiseki in Kyoto. Kaiseki is a traditional multi-course dinner with a combination of delicious taste, elegant tableware and artistic food culture in Japan. It's using seasonal ingredients at the peak of freshness applying with cooking methods to maximize the ingredients natural favor. The cuisine are including raw and cooked food; fried and deep fried; barbecue and boiled. Each course is delicate, high quality and small size. The chef arranges the food to display like an aesthetic picture delivering total sensory experience. Kaiseki is not only regarded as the food to eat, it is a piece of art to appreciate. In our daily life, we’re always in a hurry and going for the first food we see. We don’t want to spend a lot of time or energy on food. We accept thing that we do not appeal just because out of desperation and convenience. Kaiseki is kind a food culture to tell every experience is once in a life time event, enjoy a meal is particular at that time in that place only, and the diner deserve to enjoy the unique and the best.
Do you like to eat the Japanese mochi rice cake? The texture is soft and nice to eat. Pounding mochi to make the rice cake need the special skill in controlling the speed and force. Woww!! take a look of the super high speed of pounding, it's awesome.
3. Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a wonderland for foodies? It is no doubt for sure. I believe there is no other place that can provide the variety of foodies that is mind-boggling to satisfy even the picky tongue. Hong Kong people work very hard to earn money for living and for eating good food. They are willing to pay for eating the food in best quality, the demand is high and the supply is versatile. Whatever you like to eat the eastern or western style; seafood or dim sum; Asian or Chinese cuisine; upscale or street food; you are probably can find what you want and you will not be disappointed. Unfortunately, there were many Hong Kong reputable restaurants with long history were closed down due to the high rental cost. But you can still able to find very good foodies in the non-tourist residential area. Find them if you can, probably by the help of local insiders.
"Lephet Thoke" can be represented as one of the local typical food in Myanmar. The basic ingredients are pickled tea leaves mixing with peanuts, deep fried beans, garlic, shrimps, sesame, green lemon, fish sauce, dry onions and chili. People eat lephet thoke as snack or as appetizer. In Myanmar, the typical desert of caramel banana and milky coconut cake are also very nice. Is there any other special food in Myanmar? You can try the deep-fried cricket or tree worms (Tik Kuang Poo). You may feel it tastes like fried cheese for Tik Kuang Poo if you don’t think it is disgusting.
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