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Jeaw Hon (Isaan Meat Soup)

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The other day, Yaseen asked me what weather we’re in right now. I was speechless for a whole minute because I truly didn’t know what kind of weather we were in at the moment. I told him “Well, we’re kind of in the end of rainy season and on the way to winter.” He seemed

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Pla Ra Substitute

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Food nostalgia is a common sickness when you live away from home. Although we cook 80% Thai food at home here in India, but the flavor of it is difficult to come close to the simple food cooked with rustic fresh ingredients only available in Thailand. I’ve learned to adapt and adjust to make my

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Phu Foi Lom, Udon Thani, Thailand

There is no place felt more home for us like nature. We would lose ourselves in the wild watching the green leaves rustle against fresh air forever. Whenever we had such a hard week, we would escape to the long drive up and down the hills until we completely forgot the whole world behind. When

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King Cobra Village (Ban Khok Sa-Nga, Thailand)

I have the mixed feeling of hate, scare and disgust about snakes. Just a thought of them is enough to make my skin crawl and gives me nightmares, but this tiny village in Thailand has a thing for snakes! I mean, literally, most houses have few boxes of snakes in their home to play with or

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Thasadej Indochina Market

After indulging in local cuisines and watching the lively water of the Mekong go by, we headed to Thasadej Indochina Market for some serious shopping. Thasadej Indochina Market is located beside Mekong river stretches parallel to the river and covers more than 1 km long. The market crowded by stalls, shops and restaurants both sides flooded with

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