Back in 2010 on my first trip to Thailand, my good friend Katie introduced me to the cheap and abundant cheap meal source located in every Thai city, town, or village: the local/neighbourhood food market. While modern supermarkets are spreading more and more with each passing year in Thailand, many Thais still pick up the ingredients they need to cook their meals at home at the local market every day.
For those who don’t want to cook or choose not to: there are also plentiful options for picking up a freshly cooked dish. In the photo above, Katie, being the kind, supportive, horizon-expanding pal that she is, goaded me into trying a battered chicken foot. It tasted like breading … and cartilage. 😛
What was the most bizarre thing that you have ever eaten?