Posts Tagged street food

My Thailand Tale Part 1

My Thailand Tale Part 1

I’ve referenced the horrid story of my days suffering from intense food poisoning in Thailand a few times in past articles, but I’ve never actually gotten the full story out onto paper – er- online. Partly because I’m incredibly embarrassed that I made such a stupid mistake, and partly because reminiscing on these memories makes my stomach rumble (a Pavlovian response, I guess). But, just as I finally succumbed to the projectile wretching in Thailand, I’ve decided that it’s finally time to let it all out. Hopefully, it’ll make me feel better.

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Navigating Taiwan’s Night Market Culture

Navigating Taiwan's Night Market Culture

Taiwan’s night markets can feel like a completely different world. Nowhere else in Taiwan is culture shock more likely to rear its head, and it’s easy to feel completely overwhelmed by these bustling streets. But once you learn a few things about what to expect and how to navigate the night market culture, you’ll quickly come to appreciate the zany, chaotic charm of Taiwan’s night markets, and realize why they’re such an essential piece of the country’s night life.

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Life on the Streets: The Mobile Food Industry and Supporting Local Business

Life on the Streets: The Mobile Food Industry and Supporting Local Business

It’s lunchtime, Thursday, in the middle of the business district. A small market has taken root in an abandoned parking lot and over the last year has blossomed into a merry gathering. The nearby office workers now have more to eat than reheated leftovers. The market vendors now have a recurring weekly trade. Win/win. But life on the streets is tough. As scores of hungry people line up to take a bite out of your business, it better be worth the wait. And the money. Otherwise, they’ll queue up at another stall next week. Once the day is over, you stay up late to prepare everything and do it all again tomorrow. But that’s the thrill of the game for the mobile food industry here in Brisbane, Australia. And it’s catching on. For three main reasons. Passion It may seem like free food, good business, and an easy workday from the outside looking in, but building and growing a food business is synonymous with hard work and long days. Preparation, cleaning, booking, cooking, serving, ordering, stocking, risking, guessing, paying for it all, then finding time to sleep somewhere in the midst of it. Over the past six months, I have […]

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