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Steamed Tapioca and Coconut Cake

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We were back from our south India road trip about 5 days ago, and finally I got my internet back. It’s time to get back to telling you guys about our trip and the delicious recipes we have been cooking. I will talk about the trip later, and there are going to be a lot

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Thai Green Curry with Tofu, Bamboo Shoot and Mushroom

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When I was a kid, the idea of vegetarian food was ridiculous. I didn’t think it was possible, especially in Thai cuisine where meat is such a important element in most dishes, and the most important condiment like fish sauce is prominent in every savory dishes. I thought that Thai vegetarian food was unrealistic. Today,

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Sago with Corn in Coconut Cream

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The other day, I talked to my friend about how I wanted to cut down dairy products in my diet. I looked back at my childhood and I noticed I rarely felt unhealthy when I was a kid. I was an energy powerball. I was active and strong. Diet was almost like a taboo topic.

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Bua Loy, Sticky Rice Balls in Coconut Syrup

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It’s raining gently every day. There is no warm sunlight anymore. I love my bed even better; I could stay under my blanket all days. But the weather like this is kind of seductive. It makes you want to sit by the window and look outside watching the clouded sky all day. It’s alluring. It

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Satay Fish Cakes with Thai Papaya and Carrot Salad

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I miss street food in Thailand so much I can’t even begin to explain it. After school, strolling around the streets and eat on the side of the road was nothing less than a lifestyle. I loved meatballs on skewers which were drenched in sticky sweet and spicy sauce, delightful mini crepes filled with coconuts

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Stir Fried Rice Vermicelli with Eggs

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I remember, when I was a kid, every weekendnight was a movie night. My mom and dad would allow me and my siblings to stay up late watching movies– horror movies, until we fell asleep in the livingroom. During commercials, my dad used to make snacks or even late night heavy meal depending on what

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Stir Fried Beetroot with Onion and Curry Leaves

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I don’t really like beetroots; I have to tell you that. But I know they’s very healthy vegetable. So sometimes, I bought them and I have exactly 2 recipes to deal with them. First, the one I’m going to show you, it’s what I’ve learned in India. It’s a simple stir-fried beetroots with onion and

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Stir Fried Noodle with Soy Sauce and Spring Onion

I love the sound of food dropping in the hot, greased wok. When the oil scorches and crisps the food quickly against the iron surface, the sizzling sound of quick stir fry is like a bell calling my family for a meal. When I was a kid, stir fried noodle with soy sauce and spring onion

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The Simplest Vegetable Noodle

Some of the best chefs are working on street, in the open air sincerely exhibit their works over the hot stoves and turn simple ingredients to the most desirable objects. Years ago there was a Chinese food junction delivered food on the open, muddy ground every evening till midnight near to our home. As the city

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Eggplant and Mushroom Stew with Dill

Growing up in Northeast Thailand, I am quite familiar with Laos cuisine. When my dad took us on a hunting trip along Khong river, Thailand-Laos broader, we found ourselves sitting in a small shack with dried grass roof slurping on a hot spicy Pho or eating grilled fish with spicy Laos style chutney. The food

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