Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Carol Taylor’s Food Column – And these are? Water Chestnuts

Water chestnuts one of my latest finds…I always seem to discover something new at every market I visit…I hope you enjoy this post which was written for my food column on Smorgasbord and hosted by the wonderful Sally. Sally will soon be off on her birthday jolly and I hope you have a wonderful time Sally xx

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And these are? Water Chestnuts

Wandering around a food market in Wanon, Northern Thailand…and losing myself among the sights and smells of beautiful tempting Thai food. I spied a few fruits and vegetables which were unknown to me and this one. Although once I knew what it was then I recognised the taste ….without knowing the name I was puzzled I sort of knew the taste but didn’t connect the dots…lol

We were talking and looking for these a few weeks ago when were thinking about what to cook for dinner and reminiscing about the Chinese food we remembered having years ago with these crunchy water chestnuts in..you never got many just a few slices… I was then looking in the shops at imported goods to see if I could them and no luck…Then there they were the other day right under my nose and fresh ones….strange world… When your…

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8 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Carol Taylor’s Food Column – And these are? Water Chestnuts

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