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Discovering new dishes you take home

KnottyNikki

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  • Added on: September 29th, 2010
Traveling has broadened my palate at home.

New favorites include:

Home made Thai food

Hungarian goulash (gulyas leves)

HP sauce from the British Isles

Thai sweet chili sauce (soo tasty on hamburgers, haha)

Chorizo

Ceviche

Not that these foods aren't readily available in the States, but eating them authentically in the place they come from is the difference between eating a chili dog at a baseball game and eating one at a black-tie party. And then I go home and make them myself as authentically as possible...I love to cook, so this is always a fun challenge. And it's a great way to remember your times on the road.

What foods/dishes have you brought home with you?
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braslvr

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  • Added on: September 29th, 2010
Thai food for sure, but the lack of locally available Thai veggies here severely limits me. After having the real deal, substitutions don't cut it. Even the Thai restaurants substitute and mostly suck. Almost anything Mexican is a snap though, of course.

Maestra LE

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  • Added on: October 3rd, 2010
I know that crepes are hardly traditional Greek food, but I had the best crepe of my life at a creperie in Perissa, on Santorini. It was filled with kalamata olives, feta cheese, boiled egg, and mushrooms, and I have been trying to re-create it ever since I got back stateside. And seeing as I am not adept at cooking crepes, I've been trying to re-create it with store-bought soft tortillas. Not working. :P

On my most recent trip to Scotland, I had Jell-O and ice cream together for the first time. Where has THAT been all my life?!

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  • Added on: October 28th, 2010
Hi,
I love thai food and I have some list with me that you people can try.
1. Khao khai chiao
2. Khao phat
3. Khanom chin namya
4. KhaoSoi.JPG Khao soi

You would love these 8-)

Frank Wilson

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  • Added on: November 15th, 2010
I really like thai dishes, Sometimes they are too spicy for me, but still i love, here are my favouriste thai dishes

1. Panaeng (Meat in Spicy Coconut Cream)
2. Kang Keaw Wan Kai (Green Chicken Curry)
3. Chicken Pad Thai noodles
4. Khanom chin namya
5. Guay Tiew Laadna


There are some great spicy dishes available in that region. Malaysia , Singapore and Indonesia too has some mouth watering dishes

lilycheese

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  • Added on: November 15th, 2010
Thai sweet chili sauce
I know it and like so much



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