Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Why Travel Tuesday: Northern Thai Sausages

(Every Tuesday, I will be featuring a photograph from a place I have gone to, a photograph which I believe will inspire others to go out and see the world for themselves. For this week, Why Travel Tuesday features one of the reasons I love Chiang Mai so much: Northern Thai Sausages.)

Northern Thai Sausages, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Northern Thai Sausages is made from ground meat, mixed with rice and/or glass noodles, stuffed inside animal intestine. They are grilled to an oily, sometimes crispy, perfection. You can even see the intestine wrapping rupture at times, due to the extreme heat. It's a very lovely, sinful sight. Man, if only for these Northern Thai Sausages, I will spend the rest of my days in northern Thailand.

Travel Tip: The best Northern Thai Sausages are those from the stall along Nimanhaemin, close to Black Canyon Coffee. They begin setting up around 4 in the afternoon, but get there early because a lot of locals flock the stall during rush hour, so they run out fast.

Have you encountered that one food that could possibly make you stay in one place for a long time? What food is it? Which place is it?

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