Time has come and that’s awesome.
Going bananas for bananas.
Spring has come. Don’t you feel a need for crunchy salads and fresh veggies? If so, I would recommand you a lettuce burger from
Mos Burger. Really yummy.
Between Bali and Lombok, on a boat, a pyramid of local food.
Chicken, spices, coconut powder, noodles and rice wrapped in a banana leave.
Hummus served with mushrooms and oignons. Not only it tastes good, but it looks good too!
Traditional mezze (assortment of salads) served with pita bread for an enjoyable “pick and taste” moment. I love Baba ghanoush (mashed eggplant mixed with virgin olive oil and various seasonings).
I enjoyed pastries in Israel a lot. Sweet or salty, with seeds, cheese, eggs or veggies, they were all yummy.
Breakfast with delicious Matbucha (tomatoes and roasted bell peppers seasoned with garlic and chili pepper) and eggs.
Delightful and sweet Halva from Yehuda market in Jerusalem.
Hot beverage called Sahlab. Originally prepared with salep powder and water, it is now often made with hot milk. It is pretty thick and tastes like flower.
In Thailand, you can find lots of different things to eat in the street : fried rice with pork, noodle soup, meat skewers, sticky rice, fried bananas, fruit shakes… and so many other things I don’t know how to rename…
Everyting will cost you just a few bahts (the average price is 30 baht : 0.70€)
I was not expecting that this “waffle skewer” to contain a sausage but it was actually quite good!
Garlic and fish.
Coke and “snack fries”.
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