Thai cooking class was one of the last things we did in Thailand, just a day before returning from Bangkok to Oslo.
Before returning to Bangkok on our way home, we spent less than a week in Phuket, another Thai province in the south.
Dining in Krabi was way less exiting than Bangkok, but still very delicious.
Wherever we travel, we try to have some of the traditional and typical dishes of the region / city we’re in. Sometimes this turns into something completely different like when we were in Bangkok, where we visited an Indian restaurant, that has been named No 1 restaurant in Asia in 2018. No 5th in the world.
I’m a sweet girl, wouldn’t you agree? And I have a sweet tooth. Or to be honest 28 and a half so it was only fair to dedicate the entire post just to desserts.
Debeli has always been fascinated with Thai cuisine, ever since he started to work professionally. At the beginning of his cooking career he was working with a Thai chef who infected him with soy sauce. Like literally, because Debeli ended in the ER after his body couldn’t digest high levels of MSG or monosodium glutamate (a flavor enhancer with an umami taste), so he dehydrated and had to be fed with a tube).
Eating in Rome was so decadent, that the old Romans would be ashamed. This whole trip was purely about the food. About finding the best and the traditional dishes. On our list there was cacio e pepe, suppli, trippa alla romana and so much more.
A typical Norwegian thing is brunost or brown cheese!
You probably already know about Julebord from my last year’s text, so this year I present you something different.
Dining offer in the capital of the Republic of Ireland is somewhat wider than Belfast, but just because Dublin is a bigger and more economically developed city. On the other hand, a bigger and wider offer doesn’t always mean it’s better, but it’s definitely worth a visit.