25 years ago, a bowl of noodle soup in Thailand was about 3 Baht ($0.10). In that bowl, there were soft noodle, super tender pieces of meat and bean sprouts swimming in delicious boiling broth. There were also fresh basil, a little coriander leaves and some chopped scallions on top which purled aromatic fragrances through
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I use a lot of garlic in my cooking. It’s like a strict beginning of a ritual, starting with a smoking hot pan of peanut oil and then some garlic. Immediately that fragrance rises from the pan, broken cloves are scorched and turn into gorgeous golden flakes. That is when the oil is flavored, and
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My high school day, I lived away from my family in a tiny apartment in the city, instant noodle was my survival strategy. Noodles are also known as students’ stable food in Thailand. A bowl of hot instant noodle accompanied the mountain of textbooks seemed to be common sight in every dorm rooms. Instant noodle are
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I love noodle, a special affair any other food couldn’t come as close. Slurping the boiling hot strings soaked in whirlpool of flavour decorated with chili flakes is the most luxurious experience food can offer. One of my favourite noodles that I haven’t introduced in my blog yet is the most gentle, thick and sticky type.
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