This has absolutely nothing to do with Thailand but several of my expat friends have been asking for this recipe which we made many times while living in China. These are definitely a little slice of home if you are living overseas. For lack of a better place to store the recipe for others, and myself, I am putting it on my blog! There are many versions of this recipe available online but these taste just like the ones at the mall. This recipe originally came from cooking.com. Read More
When asked for the one tip that they would give to anybody thinking of following in their footsteps, expats continually answer, “Flexibility.” Ain’t that the truth!! And nowhere is that more evident than in the kitchen!
The amount of changes you will have to make in the culinary aspects of your life will be dependent on where you live. Here in Thailand, if you have the money, it is possible to live almost entirely a western lifestyle, including buying or renting a place with a fully outfitted western kitchen complete with a large oven and stovetop. Head off to the closest, well-stocked grocery store and you will be able to find most of the ingredients and foods that you are accustomed to at home. However, this kind of shopping and eating will soon deplete your budget in a foreign country just as living on imported food items will be outrageously expensive in your home country. Read More
Note: David’s Kitchen has moved since this posting. It is now located at 113 Bumrungrad Road, Wat Kate.
Whether we are traveling or hanging around home, one of our favourite pastimes is eating! Yesterday, we were looking for somewhere different to go out for dinner and came across a place called David’s Kitchen at 909 while browsing the internet. Located a little outside of town on the banks of the Ping River, it looked intriguing but expensive. Despite the fact that we had nothing to celebrate, other than living in Thailand, which is a good enough reason in itself, we mapped it out on the iPhone GPS and hit the road. Read More