Food Of The World - Weekly Round-Up #72

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Okura Afternoon Tea at The Okura Prestige Bangkok by @wnfdiary

Ian and I tried one of the most instagrammable afternoon tea sets in Bangkok. We found it on the 26 floor of the Okura Prestige Bangkok Hotel, at the Up & Above Restaurant and Bar. Besides the adorable dishes, we got a tasty treat which is hiding a meaning. The point is on the seasonal Okura afternoon tea set, but also the standard Okura afternoon[...]


Redzel's Ube Halaya - Baguio City's newest by @leeart

A former colleague of mine and for a period of time was my boss had opened up her business after giving up years of working online as transcriptionist and VA. It was late last year I think when I saw posts from her and her daughter about this upcoming venture of theirs. I thought at first it was a part time thing and she will be doing on from [...]

Redzel's Ube Halaya - Baguio City's newest
Redzel's Ube Halaya - Baguio City's newest

#Foodof theworld _Thai desserts: Khao Neow Sang Kaya ข้าวเหนียวสังขยา (Sticky Rice with Custard) and Colored Mango Sticky Rice by @helgalubevi

Thailand caught me by the stomach! I’ve been living in this world now for more than two years, and there’s any other place that I loved the food more than in Thailand. Don’t get me wrong here! You can find delicious food everywhere! However, for me, Thailand has something special.
What I like most about Thai food is that it’s simple. When you see [...]

#Foodof theworld _Thai desserts: Khao Neow Sang Kaya ข้าวเหนียวสังขยา (Sticky Rice with Custard) and Colored Mango Sticky Rice
#Foodof theworld _Thai desserts: Khao Neow Sang Kaya ข้าวเหนียวสังขยา (Sticky Rice with Custard) and Colored Mango Sticky Rice

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quite interesting, I always like to know about other culinary cultures

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