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Ingredients for Jamie Oliver's Asian Stir-Fried Veg and Crispy Sesame Noodle Omelette on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver’s Asian Stir-Fried Veg and Crispy Sesame Noodle Omelette

This week in cooking club, Les Petits Chefs made a dish that I am sure will be a staple in my house for a while to come. It’s something I’d never heard/ thought of before (though I am sure it’s not a new concept) – crispy noodles baked into a lovely fluffy omelette topped with […]

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Thai coconut noodle soup with shrimp recipe on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Thai coconut noodle soup with shrimp

This post is sponsored by Thai Kitchen. If you were to come into our kitchen and take a peek at our pantry shelves, you’d see a living photo album chronicling our travels. Wherever we go, we try to pick up local ingredients (spices, mostly) so we can try to recreate some of the dishes we […]

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Ricardo Cuisine Vietnamese-Style Grilled Chicken Bowl on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Ricardo’s Vietnamese-style grilled chicken bowl

As someone who writes about food I own a lot of cookbooks which I love to use but I’m also a big fan of the convenience factor of being able to access so many recipes online.  Who hasn’t stood in the supermarket madly Googling recipes either because they’ve forgotten their shopping list at home or […]

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Miso mushroom noodle bowl

Miso mushroom noodle bowl for Mushrooms Canada

Regular readers of this site will know that over the holidays, I spent a couple of weeks in Burma and enjoyed some tasty food including wonderful Shan noodle bowls.  The noodle bowls are the inspiration for my first guest post for Mushrooms Canada this year – I created a Miso Mushroom Noodle Bowl. Looks good, […]

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Shan noodle soup at Pyae Pyae Shan Noodl Kalaw

Travel Tuesday: Checking out Kalaw (Burma) and discovering Shan noodle soup

Kalaw, the small hill-town, founded by the British who retreated there when the Burmese plains got too hot for them was one of the most charming places we visited on our recent trip to Burma. Although it’s definitely a gathering place for serious hiking enthusiasts, it also boasts a charming morning market (best enjoyed as […]

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French Fridays with Dorie: Shrimp and cellophone noodles

Gotta say that this week’s French Fridays with Dorie recipe (Shrimp with cellophane noodles, p 322) was a momentous occasion. Yes indeed. The first of one hundred some recipes that I truly think didn’t really work. I mean it didn’t taste *bad* per se, but it was very very odd. The basic premise is a […]

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