Hello :)

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Just wanted to say hi.

I've been wanting to join a cooking forum for awhile and today I finally did! :D

My favorite 3 things to do are eat, cook, and travel.

You guys seem like a very knowledgeable bunch, I look forward to talking with you.
 
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Travelchick,
Welcome to ChefTalk! What kind of things do you like to eat? Are you a fan of trying the foods along your travels? Looking forward to hearing about your adventures.
 
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Welcome, travelchick! I love to travel too. Where are your top spots?

Make yourself at home here. Be sure not to miss the great articles at the main Chef Talk site!

Regards,
Mezzaluna
 
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Oh yes, we LOVE eating on our adventures.

Right now, these are my favs...

Satay sticks at the night market in Hong Kong

Sting ray from the Chinatown food vendors in Singapore

Keilbasa in Prague...Oh my God!

Gelato in Italy...

Now I'm making myself hungry! :D

Thanks for the welcome!
 
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Hi travelchick...
It will be interesting to read your threads as traveling is one thing my husband and I don't get to do! We're open 7 days a week and we're the cooks...and the dishwashers....so no time to travel!
Our entertainment is reading these threads at night when we finish.
Welcome!
 
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Hello!
I hope I can see myself in your position in the years to come; eating my way around the world.
I see you've been to Singapore, and there are many more yummy treats, aside from the Barbequed Stingrays in Singapore!
 
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Thanks Kaylinda.

I have pictures of these many treats if you would like to see them.

This is the keilbasa. Oh my! And the mustard? Don't even get me started. They sell these puppies from little vendor stands and they are only around $2. Beer also. I don't really care for beer but my hubby loved it. You can also buy a beer with your sausage for breakfast at 6am! LOL

http://www.ilovelowcarb.com/keilbasa.jpg

Here's the stingray. The sauce (whatever it is) was wonderful! Excellent flavor and not too spicey or overpowering.

http://www.ilovelowcarb.com/stingray.jpg

And the satay sticks, here's a shot of some people dipping this sticks in the peanut sauce.......YUMMO!

http://www.ilovelowcarb.com/satay-sticks-hk.jpg

Hi Nicholoas, thanks for the welcome :)
 
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Hello again!
Nice pictures, that oughta keep your memories fresh each time you whip them out again.

Just in case you were interested in knowing what the sauce was, it's called Sambal Sauce. The typical Sambal Sauce consists of dry chillies, garlic and lime. Each store makes their own, and are sometimes graded by the people according to their palates.

Cheers!
 
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