After nearly 4 years, H and I finally made it back to Thailand, this time to spend Christmas with his dad and family in Chonburi.
It was my first Christmas outside the UK, but a tree and presents were waiting, and we had an amazing buffet brunch at Mantra. Plus I didn’t have to eat a single Brussels sprout! Win!
As usual, food was one of the core parts of the holiday for me. Although I’ve had quite a lot of food in Thailand over the years, there is still a lot to try. After some online research I thought a traditional Thai breakfast would be a good place to start, specifically Jok and Pa Thong Ko.
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It seems a bit mean of me to tell you about a wonderful festival that has been and gone and only happens every two years. To show you delicious photos of food you can’t easily obtain, while relating how scrumptious things were. It’s almost as if I am rubbing it in your face…
I’m not, I swear! If anything I am tormenting myself.
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A drastic drop in temperature (over 20 degrees) signalled my return to Scotland a wee while ago.
Up until now I’ve been working through all the Thailand food posts I didn’t get time to write when I was out there.
I’ve now finished, so for my 100th post, I’m glad to say I’ll be turning back to exploring the Scottish food scene.
I’ll be trying my hand at a few restaurant reviews (although I’m anxious about being too critical, which doesn’t bode well!) and doing my best to track down all kinds of wonderful food.
As I’m living in Ayrshire, the focus will no doubt be around here, but I hope to cover some Glasgow outlets in the future, and I’m sure there’ll be some random excursions too.
Forks at the ready!
Cake isn’t something I associate with Thai cooking.
I was therefore pleasantly surprised to come across these colourful steamed cakes in a bakery one day.
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