This was my first time trying Himalayan food. The menu at this particular restaurant covered certain areas: Tibetan, Bhutanese and Nepali regions. I never did find the official name of the dish, the small town restaurant I visited did not have a website or online menu, but in my research I did discover that stews and stir-fried noodles are very popular dishes. Commonly used flavoring ingredients are garlic, ginger, cumin, coriander, turmeric, nutmeg, bay leaves, black pepper, chilies, onions, cilantro, and scallions.
TICA WAN NO: How do you feel about trying new foods? Do you jump at the chance, very rarely do it or are somewhere in between?
PS- If you missed the Duck Liver episode in Montreal- catch up!
Today marks the birth of Tica Wan No (aka Tica Wants to Know). An anytime-I-feel-so VLOG where I ask any random questions that I’m really curious about and that a Google search just won’t suffice.
I really appreciate your answers to my unofficial first blog of the series (QUESTIONS), where I got some valuable questions answered regarding frozen/refrigerated foods. Since wedding season is upon us, I figured I’d direct this VLOG specifically to the ladies.
Please don’t be shy…if this is your first time here, or your a loyal Tracer… make sure you let me know you stopped by!
Firstly, stop laughing at my STILL below! This is the life of a college student; there’s no need to dress up authenticity. 🙂
My second blog poses some questions to you about food! I trust you more than I trust Google… so check out the questions and hopefully I can put these thoughts to rest. (I’m convinced these stills from Vimeo are set out to put me to shame!)