We don't often add new blogs to our sidebar. Put it down, in part, to laziness, but also to a lack of time.
Well, our daily reading list has recently expanded a bit. Phil of Cambodia food-focused Phnomenon has moved on to greener (?) pastures and has been drinking his way down the American West Coast and eating his way around Korea and Vietnam at The Last Appetite. The anonymous farang in Bangkok who writes and photographs A Dish A Day investigates the city's snack scene and is about to embark on a bicycle tour of northern Thailand. We love this blogger's unpretentious style and his/her focus on street foods; proof positive that - depite what some uber-famous traveling American chefs might have you believe - Thai street food does not begin and end with bugs. A former restaurant reviewer in Melbourne (soon to be Sydney) writes Elegant Sufficiency. She's smart and funny and a great foodie in the most non-obnoxious way, and, well, she's writing from Australia, which we reckon has some of the best ingredients on this earth. What's not to love? And then there's The Asian Grandmothers Cookbook, which we recently told you about here.