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Spicy Lamb with String Beans

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The other day I read an online e-book about how to save money of grocery. I will not share the name of this book because I highly disagree with it. After I finished one chapter, I closed the files and deleted it from my device. I didn’t hate the book, but it’s absolutely not my

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Thai Vegetable Red Curry (Vegan)

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I stopped counting how many days since we started this blog. It has been a long journey, and it feels like a part of the routine. Although this is a digital part of our life, it means a lot to us. This blog helps us grow in so many aspects, but most importantly, it keeps

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Stir Fried Mushroom and Egg with Glass Noodle

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Some people find it weird to eat noodle with rice. For me, glass noodle really gives wonderful texture to rice. You might think it’s weirder to know that I even like to mix Glass Noodle Chicken Soup with Congee. It’s one of my favorite wholesome winter breakfast. Clay pot crab with grass noodle is very

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Crispy and Sweet Red Snapper with Ginger

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Seafood might be the most special protein source in my household. We love fish, prawns calamari, crabs, and all the sea produce, but the city we stay in India is far away from the sea and fresh seafood can be demanding and expensive. We did our best to savor the taste of the sea while

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Prawn and Calamari Tempura

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Yesterday I showed you how to make Tempura Flour. I use this formula in various deep fried dishes. It gives beautifully crunchy texture to the food. Today it’s time to put this tempura flour to test! Usually tempura batter is made with eggs and flour with some seasoning and super chilled water. It’s very easy and

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Isaan Pumpkin and Mushroom Stew

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I love food that tells you about the season. The kind of food that boasts local best produce at the moment. Now it’s winter, and it means pumpkin. In Thailand, we are taught to savor pumpkin because it is rich with vitamins and it is also a good source of carbohydrate. I remember my elementary

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Thai Grilled Chicken Liver

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I’m not sure winter or rainy season is my most favorite time of the year. It’s very hard to pick. I don’t know if I will ever know myself enough to make that kind of decision. Both seasons make me feel so cozy. It’s inspiring and humble experience to live through these beautiful weathers. Winter morning

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Crispy Deep Fried Oyster Mushroom

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When we went to Thailand last June, my cousin got us deep fried mushrooms. At first, I seriously didn’t know what it was. All I knew was it was something meaty and crispy. Two massive bags of the crispiness later, I found out that it was mushrooms. I couldn’t believe it. I wouldn’t have guessed

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Beetroot with Eggs

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Beetroot is great. It’s earthy, healthy and sweet. But honestly, I only know 2 simple ways to cook it. I learned how to cook simple stir fried beetroot with mustard seeds and curry leave from my in-law side of the family. I find it to be very light and fresh. And it’s perfect to have

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Three Flavors

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In Thailand, when we go out to eat, we always order Three-Flavored Fish. It’s crispy fried fish loaded with fresh herbs and intense spicy dressing. The beautiful garnishes cover every inch of the oozing delicious fish. The dish is perfect with strong drinks. Most of the time, it’s served along chilled alcoholic beverage. We also have

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