Taste Tibet: Top 25 Tibet Blog

The Taste Tibet blog is one of the Top 25 Tibet Blogs on the Internet! Feedspot has selected us from thousands of Tibet blogs using search and social metrics. We are up there with some of the best Tibet blogs on the planet. Check them out if you are interested in following other websites that update regularly from Tibet or on Tibetan issues. Taste Tibet is dedicated to bringing Tibetan food to the wider world. We want our market stall, pop ups and big event catering to launch the momo into the vernacular. Julie once worked in dictionaries after all... So watch this space for more recipes, more food stories, and our coffee table book (it's in the planning). Let us know if there's something yo

Hot Tips From Inside The Asian Street Food Scene

It's festival time! This weekend we kick off our season at Wood. It's our fourth year running at this wonderful local festival of music and nature. If Asian street food is your thing, you may be looking for some insider's advice if you're heading to festivals this summer, planning a day out in London, or thinking about booking a trader for an event of your own. In this special guest post, we've teamed up with Feast It, an online marketplace for street food caterers, to dig you out seven of the UK's most awesome Asian street food traders (including yours truly!). Feast It are the largest street food booking platform in the UK. They handpick each trader for their site based on their delicious

BYO For 50p Off!

Regular customers will be well aware that it serves well to bring your own Tupperware to our stall. We are happy to fill boxes that are more roomy than the ones we provide (which are compostable, by the way: if you take these home don't forget that they can go straight in the food bin). Last week someone who works close enough to Gloucester Green brought over a china bowl. Our food looked great, so we took a picture. Then, after talking with a friend and regular of our Silvie pop up (now dormant - watch this space for news), we decided to take things further and roll out a new scheme that rewards the nature-lovers among you even more. Starting this Wednesday, May 9th, we are offering everyon

Sun's Out! The Busy Season.

Happy sunny May Day! It seems such a paradox that life should get busier just as the weather gets nice. In Oxford, the students swap the sunshine for the libraries at this time of year. In Tibet, the men are off with the animals, and the women are spend long days farming the land. Here at Taste Tibet, May 1st marks the start of the busy season, and the big events kick off this weekend with the first of this summer's university May balls: Keble, here we come! Our festival tent is a copy of the traditional Tibetan summer picnicking tent. Tibetan people love nothing more than pitching up in a meadow for a week of eating, drinking, and star-gazing. Some of the more elaborate tents can accommodat

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