Saturday, May 20, 2006

SAWADEEKA

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This will probably explain my absence, plus the fact that I tinker too much with the template till it's busted. We, 12 of us, were in Bangkok courtesy of Tony Fernandes' Air Asia (or rather Air Delaysia 'cos all our flights were delayed). The following are selected pictures of food we tried; most of which I don't have a name for, except what they are (to my best assumption) made of, and they only represent a tiny cross-section of Thai food.



STREET FOOD (Rajprarop Road)

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Bak-Muay

This is meatball congee with pig's liver and intestine with century egg. It's cooked to a smooth consistency like Cantonese chook. It can be had with raw egg with the hot congee poured on top. Accompaniment: U-Cha-Kueh ( "U-Thiaw" [fried fritters]).

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Grilled (Can't remember what) in Banana Leaf

Pre-Cooked Food

Another View of the Assorted Pre-Cooked Food

Barbeque Beef Strung On A Straw

Sweets & Desserts


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