Good Food

As many of you know, I have been trying hard to eat more home-cooked meals. As a result, I have 1) not had food-related illnesses, and 2) have been eating great meals!

A burmese friend and I made this simple meal one night (fried rice with eggs, egg noodles, and vegetable & tofu stir fry):

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One night I decided to make pasta with tomato sauce and carrots, and I also baked oatmeal cookies:

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You can see that leftovers work well in my lunch box, which I take to the office (the container on the right is persimmons):

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Here is one of my Thai friends, and her mother and aunt (who cooked a traditional Thai meal for us — they brought ingredients from Thailand when they flew into Myanmar earlier that day!):

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Here is Thanksgiving dinner at the house of the couple that leads Proximity Designs. It was one of the top meals (if not the best) I’ve had since being in  Myanmar:

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My plate is so buried in food that you probably can’t make out the different items (it includes turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, candied sweet potatoes, stuffing, salad, gravy, and Burmese duck — I had two servings of pumping pie and ice cream for dessert!):

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