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We buy food we can point to. We stalk the streets until rush hour and wait for the little hatches to open in the sides of restaurants. From the steamy openings, cooks in overalls sell jiaozi (dumplings) and bowls of thick, sticky, white congee - an unholy cross between soup and porridge. Baozi, steamed white buns, are light as air. I buy them filled with water spinach and nettle - delicious dipped in sharp, black Chinese vinegar. In 2008, Miranda and her partner set off for one last big adventure before settling down. They chose to travel through South-East Asia. All did not go to plan: Asian flu, falling off boats and the general chaos of a life abroad challenged them at every step, and yet, in the midst of it all, they fell in love with the culture and culinary delights of China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia.
|Publication date:||5th May 2014|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||National & regional cuisine, Travel writing,|
Miranda Davies is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra where she specialises in abridging books for radio and adapting them for dramatic serialisation. She lives in Wales with her husband and their two daughters.More About Miranda Emmerson