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  1. Time for me to insert a random question again! 😁 What exotic food or meal have you eaten? To be clear, with “exotic”, I mean food that isn’t commonly eaten in your area. It can also be something rare, or food that you believe people wouldn’t eat. I’m curious, comment below. 👀
  2. When I started focusing on writing full-time, I had a period of time when I had catered food (due to where I was living.) It was great, but part of me missed being able to choose what to eat/when to eat/etc. So when I moved out a few months back I actually started cooking way more often from scratch. It's honestly quite daunting sometimes because I had close to 0 knowledge before... However, as time passes, it's getting easier and easier to get meals together and actually make them make sense. Also - (if my friends saw this post, they'd be happy) raising my prices helped me with having more time for myself (and more money as well.) In a way, cooking has became a hobby (though I still eat out quite a bit, mostly lunches though.) Anyway, rambles aside, here's a thread to brag about your cooking knowledge (OR the amazing take-out you're planning to get because it's Thursday and you deserve it!) Pictures would be a bonus for a foodie like me! We're having pancakes (not the one cooking today) because it's a Swedish thing apparently - though it's served with pea soup that we are NOT having (sorry, not a huge fan!) Yesterday I made ramen from scratch for the third time - and it was... amazing! But I'm kind of happy to switch it up with something a bit sweeter today! (totally unrelated but if anyone has an actually good chasu recipe that works, even if it takes forever... please share.)
  3. Recently I’ve been looking for more healthy food to eat, particularly meals with vegetables in them or maybe meals that are just nutritious in general. I really just want to see what kind of healthy foods you eat…maybe it will help me decide what to eat in the future, haha. I also love hearing about food eaten all around the world, so that’s good to know as well. Comment below (if you want, of course)! 😁
  4. So - a lot of you already know that I live abroad - and have for about 5-6 years now. One issue I always had with this was.. going to the dentist. Finally managed to get an appointment at a cheap(ish) clinic and had an issue I've had for a looong time taken care of. So now... I am SORE. So... to cheer myself up, here are some of the food-highlights of Sweden (mostly Stockholm) I've had so far! Not sure about the names of places (would otherwise add them because sharing the love for food makes me happy.) I challenge you all to either write about (or show) the best meal you've had in 2022 so far. KBBQ - Didn't have the chance to take more pictures - was pretty nice but I've had better. Best pork bao I had in a long time - their ramen is okay as well! Best Ramen in Stockholm, their broth is amazing. Sushi near my town - nothing special but a nice snack before travelling. Really nice mango-curry - not sure how traditional it is but I loved the sweetness! These three were from a Greek restaurant (bit of a fancier place than normal) - dessert was so~ good! (and... my office last Monday when I was heading back home!)
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