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Snapshots from Mae Hong Son: Breakfast

Posted date:  January 28, 2010
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 Locals eating breakfast at Mae Hong Son's morning market
Locals eating breakfast at Mae Hong Son’s morning market

The breakfast choices offered at Mae Hong Song’s morning market are truly unlike anywhere else in Thailand. Although most tourists from Bangkok head directly for the jok (rice porridge) stall, there are some very cool local dishes including delicious deep-fried goodies called khang pong, the local version of khanom jeen nam ngiaw, a watery pork- and tomato-based soup served over rice noodles, and thua oon, a weird but tasty Burmese noodle dish in a thick gram bean gravy.


Comment for Snapshots from Mae Hong Son: Breakfast


I like Thua oon!



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