Tasting Burmese Cuisine in Queens, New York
|Running Time: 231 seconds
||Published: 2011-01-10 04:52:39
For a home-cooked taste of Myanmar, the Navigeaters visited a Burmese church picnic in Queens. On the menu: Mohinga, the country’s national dish which is a hearty fish soup… traditionally eaten for breakfast. Also on hand was a salad made of tea leaves (Lahpet Thohk), a spicy medley of pig organs (Wet thar dote htoe) and a milkshake festooned with tapiocas and jellos (Falooda). Navigeaters is one couple’s quest to eat a meal from every country on Earth… without leaving New York City. Website: ht
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