Welcome to week 182 of Travel Photo Thursday. The last of the marks saw their way into the computer today. I’d like to say that I am heading out in the next couple of days. Alas, I am knee deep in planning lessons for a summer course that starts on Monday. The saving grace is that it’s only for 3 weeks, and then my Penang adventure begins. When I travel I eat, and I don’t think I’m alone. For many of us, food seems to be a huge draw when we’re gallivanting around the globe. Today I’m sharing with you just a few of the mouth watering dishes that have gotten my attention over the years, and that I would travel for again and again.
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Let’s start with my home province, Nova Scotia…
# Lobster…can never get enough. Boiled with a bit of melted butter is the way to go! Simple, but oh, so delicious! (Believe it on not, I found this Nova Scotia lobster on sale in Korea!)
Nova Scotia fish chowder and fish cakes from the Train Station Inn, Tatmagouche, Nova Scotia (You will here lots of strange native Indian names in Nova Scotia!) Except for the fish cakes and chowder made by very own my mom and dad, these have to be the best fish cakes and chowder that have ever teased my taste buds.
Finally, before we leave Nova Scotia, don’t miss the french fries on Halifax’s Spring Garden Road, since 1977…
Peking Duck in China…(Of course, if you want to be politically correct, be sure to order Beijing Duck)…either way, it is out of this world delicious!
My food love affair with Thailand will never end…
Yummy moo ping (I am salivating, just looking at this photo!)
Som Tom Salad…
Northern Thailand’s signature dish…Khao Soi
I would be remiss if I didn’t include one or two of my favorite Korean dishes.
Korean Bul Goki (marinated beef perfectly cooked at your table). Just thinking about how awesome this dish tastes makes my tongue twitch!
Korean’s love their noodles, and Kalguksu is one of the best!
Finally, let’s head to Spain, the land of olives that are not only fresh and delicious, but huge. Tapas that will just keep you coming back for more, and how can all of this goodness not be savored with a glass or two of Spanish wine. :)
Which country’s food keeps you going back for more?
This is the 182nd edition of Travel Photo Thursday. You can browse the archives here.