Saturday, December 14, 2013

Chinese Food in the Arctic

Why don't you put down the camera and eat?
Rice chips.  Appetizer
One of the great things about being in a different country and a different culture is the food that you can experience.We don't eat out a lot since we pay our own expenses as we travel, so we buy groceries and make lunches a lot when we are away from home.  However, every once in a while we indulge in some of the various food we find.  When we were in Boden recently (just a hundred miles from the Arctic Circle) we came across a Chinese Restaurant that just looked good after all the Swedish meatballs and potatis moss that we have eaten lately.  It was REALLY GOOD!

What a nice change from the sandwiches and

dessert "efterätt" with
ice cream
All the usual sweet and sour, large tiger prawns,
chow mein and beef.  YUM

1 comment:

  1. That looks really good. The chinese food back home is better than most and I really miss the sweet and sour sauce. Here it's the fruity cantonese style "red sauce" from the south. We had the dark Mandarin from the north.