Sorry, this entry is a bit of a time killer while I wait for the server problems to be fixed at Xanga. You see, I have several photos to upload both of some interesting cultural things as well as some tasty food porn. But after a few attempts, I’ve decided to wait. After all, I have a lot of work going on plus two guests in town, so the time for trying and trying and trying to upload my pictures is limited.
So I’ll leave you with the remaining unposted picture that I uploaded last week:
Italian sausage, rocket (arugula), and rigatoni spiced up with some red chile peppers. Served at Greyhound Cafe, Central Chidlom department store, Bangkok, Thailand.
Coming soon: Novice monks, great Thai food by an American at Soul Food Mahanakorn, and a second attempt at Macadamia Nut Cream Pie.
ooh, i love the teaser… can’t wait to see the coming attractions, especially the second attempt at mac nut cream pie!
HEHE~ I knew you’d try the pie again! The pasta looks good but the most important thing is how it tasted… do tell.
Oh, Greyhound cafe! Do they have the clothing boutique nextdoor as well?
So you are a tease Well, I, like Aaron, awake the second attempt at mac nut cream pie!!
Chris, this looks so yummy.
Agh, I can almost taste the suppleness of the pasta! Now I’m hungry…
ok Now I know what to put on the menu for next week :)mmmm looks so good!
@CurryPuffy – The Central Chidlom location doesn’t have a boutique next door although their clothes are sold in the store. The original location at Emporium does have the adjacent boutique.@murisopsis – @brooklyn2028 – @Ikwa – @ZSA_MD – @yang1815 – The pasta was a surprisingly tasty dish. Their Italian sausage is a little spicy and they add some chilies to the dish so it comes with a bite.@kunhuo42 – @Fatcat723 – Now that I’ve written it, I guess I’m committed, huh? =D
no worries I like bite and surprising so do the kids. Hot mouths
I ❤ rigatoni! And rocket. Rocket is a pretty fun word to use, versus arugula, which sounds rather like a disease. Heh. Looking forward to the next food post.
@moolgishin – I agree. “Rocket” sounds like a food every child would love to eat.