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Monday, 23 November 2020

Japanese Food Tour in Osaka: Kuromon Market and AMAZING Sushi!

Thai Chinese Street Food - HEAD SIZED MEAT BALLS at 100-Year Sam Chuk Market! | ลูกชิ้นยักษ์

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Netflix’s Guam-set holiday movie Operation Christmas Drop is pro-military propaganda


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Swiss Food Tour - CHEESE FONDUE and Jumbo Cordon Bleu in Zurich, Switzerland!

THE ULTIMATE German Food Tour - Schnitzel and Sausage in Munich, Germany!

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Just adopted this sweet floofy girl. Working from home has never been more distracting.


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"A Nice Day for a Posh Wedding" is the seventh episode of the second season of the American television comedy-drama Ugly Betty and the series's 30th episode overall. It was written by Silvio Horta and Marco Pennette, and directed by James Hayman. The episode was originally broadcast on ABC in the United States on November 8, 2007. Ugly Betty centers on Betty Suarez's job at the fashion magazine MODE, and in this episode MODE's creative director Wilhelmina Slater attempts to marry the magazine's publisher Bradford Meade. Victoria Beckham (pictured) guest-stars as herself in the episode, appearing as Wilhelmina's maid of honor who steals attention from the wedding. Vanessa Williams's ex-husband Rick Fox appears as Wilhelmina's bodyguard and lover. Vera Wang makes a cameo appearance, and designed Wilhelmina's wedding dress and Beckham's bridesmaid dress. The episode received nominations for a Primetime Emmy Award and an NAACP Image Award.

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Bangkok to Osaka, Japan (& the Surprise Chicken Sashimi)

 


► Check out our blogs: Mark: http://migrationology.com/ Dwight: http://bkkfatty.com/ 0:22 Meal at home in Bangkok - To begin this Osaka, Japan food video series, I started off at home in Bangkok and had a delicious lunch. My mother in law and wife cooked a roasted fish, and Thai seafood sauce to go with it. I also enjoyed a plate of Thai eggplant salad. The fish was incredibly juicy, cooked to perfection and paired with the sour garlicky chili sauce, it was delicious. 5:28 Trip from Bangkok to Osaka, Japan - We took an Uber X to Bangkok’s Don Muaeng Airport, where we caught our flight with Air Asia X with a direct flight from Bangkok to Osaka. The flight took about 5.5 hours, and it was actually quite a good flight. The airplane was nice and new and very comfortable. We arrived to Osaka’s Kansai International Airport. From there, you could either take the train to Namba station area in Tokyo, but since we were heading to Umeda, we decided to take bus #5. The bus ride from Kansai International Airport to Umeda station in Osaka took about 45 minutes and we arrived to the New Hankyu Hotel where the bus dropped us off. 9:00 Chicken Sashimi (first meal in Osaka) - After meeting up with Dwight (http://bkkfatty.com/ @bkkfatty) we took a walk over to an area called Nakazakicho, not too far from Umeda, and close to where we were going to be staying in Osaka. We arrived to a walking street, famous in the area for its nightlife spots, including izakaya bars and restaurant, some of which are open late into the night. Most of the street was closed when we arrived, but there were a few restaurants open and we chose to eat at a restaurant that served what we thought was skewers of grilled chicken called yakitori. We ordered some yakitori, and since we had just arrived from Bangkok to Osaka, we decided to also order a plate of sashimi - we did just fly to Japan afterall! We thought we’d be getting a plate of assorted fish sashimi… but after our order of sashimi arrived to our table… we figured out the restaurant we were eating at was an ALL chicken restaurant. Yes, we had an entire plate of chicken sashimi including different parts of the chicken, all sliced up. Some of the pieces were completely raw while others were just slightly cooked around the edges. It was an interesting experience. 14:24 Second Meal in Osaka - After finishing the chicken sashimi, we headed over to another restaurant that was open at 2 am to eat another small meal. The restaurant was homely and everyone was very nice. We ordered some stir fried dishes, kind of like Japanese Chinese comfort food. The food was all good and the family that ran the restaurant were all very nice and friendly - this is where I got my first taste of Osaka hospitality and friendliness! Dwight had already pre-booked an apartment on Airbnb, and so we headed back to his apartment for the night, in the Nakatsu area of Osaka. ==================================================== Dwight: http://bkkfatty.com/ Check out our blogs: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ I’d love to connect with you: ►SNAPCHAT: migrationology ►Periscope: @markwiens ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology If you enjoy our videos, consider supporting us: ►Food Guides: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/guides/ ►Make a donation: http://migrationology.com/donate/ Thank you for watching!

Japanese Food Tour in Osaka: Kuromon Market and AMAZING Sushi!

 


► Check out our blogs: Mark: http://migrationology.com/ Ying: http://travelbyying.com/ Dwight: http://bkkfatty.com/ After surviving the surprise chicken sashimi, Day 2 in Osaka was an all out food day. We woke up kind of late due to our late arrival the night before and headed to Kuromon Ichiba Market (黒門市場) to start eating. For lunch we had some incredibly delicious sushi! 0:28 Kuromon Ichiba Market (黒門市場) - To begin the day we headed over to the famous Kuromon Ichiba Market (黒門市場), located right near Namba station or Nippombashi (Nipponbashi). The market, although it’s a tourist attraction in Osaka, it remains very friendly, and I think it’s still a wonderful market - there are plenty of things to eat, and what I really liked is that many of the vendors that sell there or have restaurant are extremely friendly. We started off by eating one of the most famous foods in all of Osaka: takoyaki - fried octopus pancake balls. I’m not a huge lover of takoyaki, but these were actually quite good, mainly because they were fried so fresh. The outer part of the takoyaki was crispy and the inside was hot and had that nice mixture of half cooked pancake batter with a piece of octopus in the middle. Overall, one of the best takoyaki’s I’ve ever had in my life. We continued walking through Kuromon Ichiba Market (黒門市場) and when Dwight and I saw scallops being cooked over charcoal on their half shell, and neither of us could resist ordering one on spot - despite them being quite expensive. The scallops were cleaned then put back into their shell and roasted over fire with just a hint of soy sauce and butter for extra flavor. It was marvelous. Still walking around Kuromon Ichiba Market (黒門市場) I saw a store on the corner specializing in tuna, all things tuna. He had some plates of rolled up sushi, and they were filled to the max with red fleshy tuna, and I couldn’t resist again. The tuna was sensationally good, wrapped with rice and seaweed and such fresh and butter fish. You could spend a lot of money snacking through Kuromon Ichiba Market (黒門市場), but finally we needed some real food, a bigger meal, so we looked up a sushi restaurant in the area on Foursquare. 7:00 Toki Sushi (ときすし) - We arrived just before they opened at 5 pm for the evening, and they kindly invited us in as the restaurant opened. The menu was pretty simple, and I believe they did have both an English and Japanese menu. The staff were all extremely friendly from the beginning. At Toki Sushi (ときすし), I ordered the 12 piece sushi set, which came with 12 pieces of beautiful sushi on a wooden plate. Everything on my plate was delicious - all 12 pieces, and the entire plate cost 1,050 Japanese Yen, which is about $8.71 - I think that was a great deal for that quality and deliciousness of sushi in Osaka. 11:10 Dotonburi (道頓堀) - Happy full of sushi, we walked from the Namb area to one of the most popular and famous areas of Osaka called Dotonburi (道頓堀). We walked around for a bit, but didn’t eat there. Instead, we headed back to Namba and while walking around, we found a grilled pork restuarnat to try. 12:51 Yakiton Restaurant - Tayutayu Nambasennichimaeten (たゆたゆ 難波千日前店) - For our final meal on this epic day of food in Osaka, we were just walking along and found a grilled pork restaurant called Tayutayu Nambasennichimaeten (たゆたゆ 難波千日前店). Everything they served was pork, many of which were yakiton style - grilled pork skewers. But they also had some interesting other items on the menu. The meatballs were extremely good, as were all the different skewers. Day 2 was an amazing food day in Osaka. There’s so many excellent restaurants in Osaka! ============================================= Dwight: http://bkkfatty.com/ & @bkkfatty Check out our blogs: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ I’d love to connect with you: ►SNAPCHAT: migrationology ►Periscope: @markwiens ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology If you enjoyed this video, consider supporting us: ►Food Guides: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/guides/ ►Make a donation: http://migrationology.com/donate/ Thank you for watching!

Street Food Bangkok - 60 Kg. CURRY + SPECIAL ROTI with Chef Gaggan!

 


Huge thank you to everyone who came, and everyone who helped! Chef Gaggan: https://www.instagram.com/gaggan_anand/ Itan: https://www.instagram.com/itan/ Street food is something that unites us - we love to eat street food, and more importantly, we love the people behind street food. #streetfood #Bangkok #Thailand What if we could do a Bangkok street food take-over, Gaggan and his team of chefs would cook, we’d organize a pop-up event, and we’d donate the money directly to a food vendor in need? 4 days later, it was happening! Mae Roti - Her Story: About 10 years ago her husband passed away, and she has raised and supported her 5 kids by selling roti (now selling with her daughter). As soon as we tasted her roti, we knew it was special (green roti), and Chef Gaggan immediately began thinking of what curry it would pair well with. 60 KG. of Beef Rendang Curry - Rendang curry is among the best curries and best single dishes in the world, and thanks to the amazing Chef Rydo (https://www.instagram.com/rydoanton89/), he along with Chef Gaggan cooked up 60 kg. Of some of the world’s best rendang. It was so incredibly good, so fragrant, rich, full of spice, and it was the perfect accompaniment to fresh hot green pandan roti! Thank you for your help and support and for coming out in Bangkok. We hope to do events like this, to promote and to support more food vendors. Mae Roti - You’ll find Mae Roti selling her green pandan rotis in Bangrak, on Soi 50, just outside of Robinson Department store at 4 pm. Right about here: https://goo.gl/maps/2JCjo8Rq4AcjD1Vy8

Thai Chinese Street Food - HEAD SIZED MEAT BALLS at 100-Year Sam Chuk Market! | ลูกชิ้นยักษ์

 


🎥Thai Food - 1.5 Years Waiting List: https://youtu.be/mYAICakUek4 👕T-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ 🍌Mark Wiens Banana Chips - Worldwide Shipping Available Now: https://m.me/BananaJoe?ref=MarkWiens Sam Chuk Market - 100 Years (ตลาดสามชุก 100 ปี) - Located in Suphanburi, about an hour and half outside of Bangkok is Sam Chuk Market - a historical Thai Chinese merchant community that has welcomed visitors to walk around their community, shop, and eat delicious food. I had actually visited a long time ago, but it was time for another food visit. #ThaiFood #ChineseFood #Thailand #streetfood Here’s all the Thai street food I tried in this video: Lotus leaf rice (ข้าวห่อใบบัว) - This is a famous snack to eat at Sam Chuk Market (ตลาดสามชุก), rice and toppings steamed in a lotus leaf. At first it seems a little dry, but then it’s actually quite tasty and addictive. Price - 35 THB ($1.14) Traditional Coffee Shop (ร้านกาแฟท่าเรือส่ง) - This coffee shop is so cool, and the family that still runs it are friendly and welcoming. I loved her traditional Thai Chinese coffee skills and the entire atmosphere of the coffee shop. Coffee - 20 THB ($0.65) Giant meatball (ลูกชิ้นยักษ์) - One of the most famous things to eat at Sam Chuk market are the giant sized meatballs - which are literally head sized. To my surprise they are actually pretty decent quality, all meat, no flour, and with a nice black pepper taste. Even better with chili sauce. Not something I’d jump to eat, but I was surprised how good they are. Price - 200 THB ($0.65) Khanom Dok Jok (ขนมดอกจอก) - Next on this Thai street food tour of Sam Chuk Market we had flower cookies, deep fried to a crisp. Price - 20 THB ($0.65) Sorghum Dessert (ขนมข้าวฟ่างใบเตย) - Back at the coffee shop around middle of the morning, another extremely friendly lady sells a number of Thai desserts including a Sorghum Dessert (ขนมข้าวฟ่างใบเตย), which I haven’t really seen anywhere else. It was pretty good. Price - 20 THB ($0.65) Roasted duck (เป็ดย่าง) - Finally to end this Thai street food market tour, we again returned to the coffee shop where you’ll find some of the best roast duck and roasted meat. The duck was the highlight for me, and Aunty is so nice. Along with half a duck we also go the mixed meat rice (ข้าวหน้ารวม) and pork ribs (ซี่โครงหมู). Total price - 305 THB ($9.96) Visiting Sam Chuk Market - 100 Years (ตลาดสามชุก 100 ปี) is a nice and relaxing day trip from Bangkok, a great place to learn about Thai Chinese culture, and there’s plenty of fantastic food to eat. The roasted duck is some of my favorite in Thailand. 🎵MUSIC: “A House of Glass” https://goo.gl/HwVjdo —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! https://m.me/BananaJoe?ref=MarkWiens 👕Get t-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ 📷Camera gear I use: https://kit.com/markwiens/camera-vide... —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology

Biryani for 2,000!! | HUGE INDIAN FOOD Celebration - Malabar Coast, Kerala, India!

 


🎥Street Food in Kerala: https://youtu.be/WYk5yyHvpvE 📺Ebbin’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-wT... 👕T-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ The biryani ended up being for 2,000, maybe even 2,500 people! KANNUR, KERALA - Welcome to the Malabar Coast of Kerala, India, a place of friendly people, warm weather, and hospitable people. Thanks to our friend Roshan from Seashell Haris Beach Home (https://www.instagram.com/seashellhar...) in Kannur, Kerala, India, we were invited to attend a housewarming celebration. A housewarming is a big event - it’s a time when the family officially moves into a new home, offers a blessing, for the house and the people, and amazing Indian food is served. We arrived early in the morning to see all the cooking of the biryani. The chefs were amazing, master of fire, and ratios. No recipes are used in their cooking, it’s just experience, and the knowledge of ingredients and method. I was impressed at how the head chef knew all the ingredients, and how much of what to be added where, all while keeping track of all the different dishes prepared. After the first preparation of the biryani, we then enjoyed breakfast - Kerala style “chicken parts,” curry. Including chicken parts and ovary eggs, it was outstanding. Later, in the middle of the day, the housewarming biryani celebration began. Guests started arriving, all lining up for a taste of this special Malabar Coast, Indian biryani. Thalassery Biryani (Malabar Biryani) - Much different from any other biryani I’ve had anywhere else in India or the world, the rice in Thalassery Biryani just melts in your mouth and goes down so easily. It was so moist and juicy, and the flavor and spices were perfect. Having the privilege to attend a housewarming Indian food celebration in Kerala was truly an honor. Thank you to the family who hosted us, and wishing you all the best. Thanks to Ebbin Jose who helped arrange our amazing trip in Kerala. Check out his videos on Food N Travel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-wT... Friends in the video: Ebbin: https://www.instagram.com/foodntraveltv/ Roshan: https://www.instagram.com/seashellhar... Joel: https://www.instagram.com/kru_joel/ 🎵MUSIC: https://www.audionetwork.com/ —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! https://m.me/BananaJoe?ref=MarkWiens 👕Get t-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ 📷Camera gear I use: https://kit.co/markwiens/camera-video... —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology

$1 Curry Dinner!! Night Market STREET FOOD Tour! | Trang (ตรัง), Thailand

 


🎥 Street Food Tour in Trang: https://youtu.be/dZ2RZEffqLQ 🔔 Subscribe for NEW VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe TRANG, THAILAND (ตรัง) - Welcome to Trang in Southern Thailand! The city is just big enough to have plenty of things to do and lots of delicious food, but not too big to be overwhelming. Along with the day market, restaurants, and street food stalls, Trang is home to a number of Thai night markets - where you’ll find an assortment of things, but mostly delicious Thai food. In this video we’re going on a night market tour of Trang. We’ll go around two of the main night markets for some amazing street food! 1. Center Point Night Market (ตลาด เซ็นเตอร์พอยท์ ตรัง) - We started off this Thai street food tour at Center Point Night Market (ตลาด เซ็นเตอร์พอยท์ ตรัง) which is a laid back walking street night market especially catering to daily dinner needs. You’ll find everything from rice and curry stalls to huge amounts of freshly cooked snacks. Fried shrimp fritter (กุ้งทอดใบเล็กครุฑ) Khanom Dok Don (ขนมดอกโดน) - 20 THB ($0.64) Rice and curry (ข้าวแกง) - Price - 30 THB ($0.96) 2. Trang Railroad Station Walking Street (ถนนคนเดินหน้าสถานนีรถไฟ) - Next up on this Thai street food night market tour, we went to the Trang Railroad Station Walking Street (ถนนคนเดินหน้าสถานนีรถไฟ) which happens on the weekend. The market sets up right in front of the railroad station, an iconic landmark in Trang. Again, you’ll find food of all varieties, from modern snacks to local Southern Thai curry stalls. Dried squid (ปลาหมึกบด) - 60 THB ($1.92) Chicken mataba (มะตะบะไก่) - 45 THB ($1.44) Trang is a great city, friendly, laidback, and with lots of delicious food. When you’re in Trang, don’t miss the laid back night markets! Thank you for watching and hope you’re having a fantastic day! 🎵MUSIC: https://goo.gl/HwVjdo —————————————————— 🍌100% Real Durian Chips - Order Here: http://pixelfy.me/uY4K5z 👕Get t-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology

Traditional MALAY FOOD in Thailand!! 🌶️ Nobody Makes This Food Anymore!

 


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Danish Food Tour - PORK SANDWICH + Legendary Restaurants in Copenhagen!

 


🎥Copenhagen Street Food Tour: https://youtu.be/gMNvp-83fDc 👕T-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ Thank you to Visit Copenhagen: https://www.instagram.com/visitcopenh... Legendary Danish food tour in Copenhagen! One of my favorites types of restaurants to eat at anywhere I travel, are the older, legendary restaurants. So when I was in Copenhagen, I was excited to take a day and go on a legendary Danish food tour, eating at a few of the classic restaurants, and eating some serious classic Danish food. #Copenhagen #Denmark #food Harry’s Place - Grill Bar - 68 DKK ($10.04) - We started at Harry’s Place, a neighborhood corner grill bar, known for their roasted pork sandwiches. The skin was so crispy, and it was a great place to get this tour started. Tivoli Gardens - Historical Amusement Park - Next we headed to Tivoli Gardens, one of the oldest amusement parks in the world. Along with walking around and enjoying the scenery, we headed straight to one of the most classic of all restaurants within the park. Restaurant Grøften - Tivoli Gardens - Restaurant Grøften serves a selection of classic Danish food, including open faced sandwiches, and full plate dishes. We tried a cutlet topped in shrimp, as well as a Danish style schnitzel, which I found out is quite a bit different from other versions that I’ve ever had - Danish style. Total price - 1,150 DKK ($169.81) Restaurant Kronborg - Easily the highlight Danish food meal of the day was going to the legendary Restaurant Kronborg, a basement restaurant and drinking hall. Their food was incredible, and Esben and I had the Gentlemen’s Lunch set which included an array of traditional style Danish open face sandwiches. What a meal, and I loved the atmosphere and ambiance. Highly recommended when you’re in Copenhagen! Restaurationen - Finally, to wrap up this legendary food tour of Copenhagen, we ate at Restaurationen, a more modern, yet still traditional Danish restaurant. The food was refined, but delicious, and elegant. Total price - 1,325 DKK ($195.65) Thank you to Esben (Chef - Rødder https://www.instagram.com/esbengrundt...) for taking me around! Again, thank you to Visit Copenhagen (https://www.instagram.com/visitcopenh...) for supporting my trip to Copenhagen. 🎵MUSIC: https://www.audionetwork.com/ —————————————————— 🍌Banana Chips are available now worldwide!! https://m.me/BananaJoe?ref=MarkWiens 👕Get t-shirts and caps: https://migrationology.com/store/ 📷Camera gear I use: https://kit.com/markwiens/camera-vide... —————————————————— 📱FOLLOW: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology

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