Our Favorite Bangkok Street Foods

Our Favorite Bangkok Street Foods

Our Favorite Bangkok Street Foods When we think of Bangkok we consider it as our home. We’ve been back and forth for six years. Sure, we’ve lived in plenty of other places around Asia but Bangkok is the only one that feels like home. As our latest five-month...
I am not Mafalda, I love soup

I am not Mafalda, I love soup

I am not mafalda,  i love soup During my childhood, if I wasn’t doodling on a piece of paper or playing with friends or cousins, I was reading Mafalda comics. Mafalda is a little Argentine girl who hates soup, and makes a great big fuzz over it. Whenever I think...
I’m getting tired of Curry

I’m getting tired of Curry

I amd getting tired of curry Oh Curry, ambrosia of Asia.  I’m getting tired of you.   I can’t be sure if I am getting tired of curries in general or just the Sri Lankan style. Definitely prefer to eat curry with chopsticks than with my hands, or...
I have this thing with Ginger Beer

I have this thing with Ginger Beer

I have this thing with ginger beer When I first tasted Ginger Beer The change of the century didn’t bring along the end of the world but it did bring along something special for me. A few months after the Y2K anti-phenomenon, I traveled to Australia with my...
How to Make your own Coconut Milk

How to Make your own Coconut Milk

How to make your own coconut milk How to Make your own Coconut Milk   Coconut Milk, a staple of Thai and many other Asian cuisines. A not so easy to find product in South America some years ago. It is easier to find now but I will never forget feeling excited...
How I fell in love with Coconut Sugar

How I fell in love with Coconut Sugar

Whenever I think about writing about my Expat, Worldschooling and Travel Lifestyle, the first thing that comes to mind is food. Not only how every place has it’s own local dishes and spice styles, but also about the daily staples like sugar, coffee, salt, even...