We've been in Vientiane for 2 days. This is our second time here. Since J has to do a visa run anyway, we decided we'll make these short holiday jaunts to Laos. Our goal was to come in Thursday, get to the consulate office, apply for visa then off to Luang Prabang on Friday … Continue reading I LOVE Salads No Matter Where I Go!
It's Foodie Friday at the Got Passport headquarters. What's on the menu? Mote Hinghar, of course. It is a delicious fish soup made with lemon grass stalks, banana stalks and a lot of cooked small onions that melt in your mouth, eaten with somen like noodles. It is usually topped with thinly chopped cilantro, green … Continue reading Mote Hinghar: I Can Eat This Burmese Dish Any Time of The Day
This post has been moved to Chili~Lime~Garlic! We Say NO to Status Quo. Live Small. Live Green. Give Large. Take Little. Take Notice. Take Action.
This post has moved to Chili~Lime~Garlic!! We Say NO to Status Quo. Live Small. Live Green. Give Large. Take Little. Take Notice. Take Action.
I love food and maybe my series on All Kinds of Yummy Food may have hinted that a wee bit! Two years ago when I came to Chiang Mai with my mother, the monks at Wat Si Moon (a Burmese temple) near Chiang Mai gate told us to go eat at a nearby small … Continue reading What In The World Is ‘Kow Ku Kapeet’?
I know you're wondering what we are eating here in Chiang Mai after living in Texas for 30+ years (only 7 for Emma though). It's different if we were vacationing in Thailand. We're not. We live here now and we feel it is important to maintain some consistency in our diet and to continue being … Continue reading Breakfast in Chiang Mai
Thanks so much for stopping by. I've started a new food blog and this recipe has been moved to http://www.ChiliLimeGarlic.com. Please come visit and try out my Burmese recipes.