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Glorious Cuisine From Around the World

Friday, May 30, 2008
Dining So Close to No Man's Land, You Can Taste It

All this food greeted us within metres of the Iranian-Azerbaijani border. It was a wonderful surprise at a place that I was sure I'd be arrested.
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Monday, May 26, 2008
Supreme Pork Chops - best in Singapore

Supposedly the best pork chops in Singapore - at the Food Junction at Brass Basah Shopping Complex
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Saturday, May 24, 2008
Main dishes - Thai Red Curry and Shrimp

....withdrawal symptoms...
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Thai Desserts!
My choice = Mango and Sticky Rice with Coconut Sauce (Koa-Niew Moon Mamuang)

Bananas in Coconut Milk (kluai buat chi)

Young Coconut - very refreshing
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Thursday, May 22, 2008
Lankaran Specialities
Levangi (roast chicken stuffed with a nut, onion, spice, and herb paste)

BBQ'd sea fish.

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Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Keralite Cuisine
My favourite place in South India, Kerala's lush beauty is complemented by its delicious cuisine that is predominantly spicy. Coconut milk is also used a lot in the dishes and curries. There is a strong fishing industry there and it is here that I have tasted the best fish-based cuisine!

Our first lunch in Kerala - fish, kerala rice, dhaal, papadom and beetroot vege.

Food at The Grand - located inside an old colonial style building, this restaurant boasts the best fish curry in Kochin and Ernakulam:

Fish curry, Egg Curry, Paranthas....

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Sunday, May 18, 2008
Food Markets in Morocco
All of these food stalls are outdoors, in Essaouira, on the Atlantic coast in Morocco.

raisins, dried apricots, almonds, garlic, and numerous types of dates

heaps of olives

Morocco is a great place for olive-lovers to visit. There are many types to feast on!

spice cones

The spices include ground coriander, tumeric, paprika and mixes for vegetable, fish, chicken and beef tagines.
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Sunday, May 04, 2008
Pork Langet

This is nothing more than a mouth-watering piece of pounded pork. It's topped with mushrooms and mayonnaise. Apparently this is a Georgian version (they eat a lot more pork than Azeris do). The Azeri version comes in beef and chicken form.
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