THIRD COURSE No surprise that this gallery is filling up faster than my plate at a buffet- I’ve been working on Taiwan and Thailand photos. Chiang Mai, Thailand. Grilled chicken with some spicy sauces, and I think i see a bamboo salad up the back.Another scorcher from Thailand, glass noodles with naem (sausage) woth a wee bit of chilli.Preserved and dried foods at Nong Hoi market, Chiang Mai. Looks like lotus stems in some of those, which would be added to soups.Siri Wattana market, a short hop past Chiang Mai's old city walls is a place where no man has ever starved.The take-away food market in Thailand really is next level stuff.A "bento" box from a train station in Taiwan.At one of Taipei's many night markets, a sumptous bowl of lamb noodle soup is on the way.If you are talking about the best food destination in Asia, Taiwan and Taipei have to be in the discussion.Sadly, we had just eaten when we spied this pork belly stand in Taipei. Luckily we had one more day in Taiwan, so planned our day around it. Senbloodysational.Still in Taipei, move over Korean Fried Chicken. Bite sized pieces of heaven.Yep, still in Taipei. No need for Google Translate. I have had pig's face (not great) and pig's ear salad (quite good) in Thailand before.More from Taipei, this time your friendly neighbourhood convenience store dumplings.The trouble with Taipei's night markets, once you have decided which one, is you can only eat so much food. I would kill to try those dumplings now.Ah, Taiwan! A small mountain town, Shuili, serves up pork belly and plenty of greens.Spicy chicken feet on the Thai-Burma border. Didn't try it.In a small town market in Thailand.The biggest pile of pickles I have ever seen, in the fragrant markets of the holy city of Amritsar, in north-west India.There's a lot to like about India, and food is just one of them. I am probably wrong, but are these puri?Volunteers distribute food to poor children in the 15th century Jama Masjid in Fatehpur Sikri, India.Dosa, the south Indian staple.Our daily Delhi breakfast on the street below ou hotel. Butter soaked bread fried with the omelette (and chai on the side).A tasting plate of game meats, at Kristall Kellerei Winery, Namibia. Kudu meatballs, roast oryx, zebra salami and pastrami.Tropical fruits at a roadside stall in Bohol, Philippines.Not a lot of people go to Cebu for Cebu City, but there are plenty of places to eat when you're passing through.Night markets spread out down side streets.......and even on main roads. Stalls were busy and food was generally good and hygenic.So-so spring rolls and some pretty good pork from a hole-in-the-wall near my guesthouse. in Cebu City.Filipino food is ordinary to say the least, but they do make some good sweets, often with rice and palm sugar.A piping hot bowl of noodle soup from an anonymous stall, on the Mrauk U highway, Burma.There are few holier place in Burma than Mount Popa, and the entrance and streets around bustle with activity. A serve of noodles for the faithful's breakfast.A youngster selling sweets, probably rice based, on the way up to Mount Popa's summit.Christmas dinner in Burma's Chin State. The hall was packed with at least four generations, enjoying a feast of meat curries.Burmese breakfast, a light, fried bread and dal.Dried beef in a market in Chin state, Burma. A hill people's jerkey or biltong.Food in mountainous Chin state was different to lowland parts of Burma.Strips of pork being cut away for a wedding feast in Burma's Chin State.