Ecuadorian hot pocket

Makes me drool a bit

I stopped eating seafood while traveling down the coast of Ecuador. But not before I had indulged in this 30-cent wonder: a batter-dipped and fried shrimp hot pocket.

Ecuadorians do enjoy their street food and many a poor family’s livelihood is invested in a portable grill or deep frier. See below.

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Thai food diary: Squid on a stick

It never gets old, this food on a stick love

Food on a stick for the pescetarian in you. This is the last of my food photography from April. Again, for the record, I ate only a little of what was pictured. Eating it all would have lead to an untimely food seizure, coma and death.

But I still miss it something fierce. Now, for a few days at least. The blog will power down. See you on the flip side.

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Thai food diary: Unknown, uncertain, don’t care

Crunch-tastic

Don’t know what it is. Don’t want to know what it is. It tastes fantastic.

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Thai food diary: Bag of noodles

Noodles to go

Funny thing: This costs only a little more than uncooked Ramen or Maggi.

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Thai food diary: Jack pot of food on sticks

Stick food

I’d kiss the person who invented this.

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Thai food diary: Soup, glorious soup

Soup wallah

Hot pot of heaven.

Bubbling hot

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Thai food diary: Meatballs and sticks. Genius.

What's not to like?

Thais like to snack. Snacking is aided by the widespread availability of meat on a stick. For the record, I didn’t eat most of this. Couldn’t. Would have exploded.

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Thai food diary: Can’t eat it all

Leftovers, maybe?

Even the trash looks tasty in Bangkok.

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Thai food diary: More stick food fun

Again with the food on a stick

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Thai food diary: Meat cart

How much is that chicken in the window?

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