“Governments may try to clean up street vendors, and Michelin foodie fame may skyrocket wait times for top carts, but local shops with generations-old recipes will always be the heart of Southeast Asia. The fare in my adopted home of Thailand is spicy, cheap and available
24-7. In Bangkok, find the moo ping pushcart on Soi Convent in Silom. The grilled pork snack is ubiquitous, but no one does it better than Hea Owen, who has a killer spicy dip that will haunt your dreams. My food-travel tip: Learn how to say ‘very delicious’ in the local language to endear yourself to the locals.” Instagram: @awriternamedashley.