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Noodle Salad with Braised Lamb in Chinese Five Spice

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I’ve just realized that I haven’t eaten rice for over a week now. It’s not that I’m on any low-carb diet, but I have been binging on noodles. I eat noodle for lunch everyday because it’s quick and comforting. And dinner, I usually have some meaty soup and a big plate of sweet juicy fruits

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Noodle with Lamb and Mushroom

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Don’t you hate it when the essential ingredients in your kitchen run out? The other day, I scraped a small spoonful of hoisin sauce from a jar so I can put it in my vegetable broth. It was so little that I missed out the beautiful sweet flavor of it. I immediately went to a

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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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Som Nuer Tod (Fried Thai Preserved Meat)

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It’s time to fry some of this preserved meat wrapped in banana leaf. When the meat is unwrapped, the pungent scent rise as the pale meat seems light and decadent. Many people will be tempted to eat it raw, and this is totally fine. I like to fry it, because I think the heat makes

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Preserved Meat in Banana Leaf {Som Nuer}

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Okay, so lately I don’t know what gets into me, but I have been doing a lot of preserve food at home. This reminds me of something I’ve always wanted to do which is writing a cookbook about the rustic preserve food of the Northeast of Thailand. Somehow that dream of mine got lost, but

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Lamb Pho

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I have to admit that I’m feeling like a kid these days. My mom is pampering me with delicious food, plus she helps me with a load of my daily work. She makes me super lazy. Whenever I seem to be stuck with something, I call out to my mom like a little kid. I

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Spaghetti with Lamb and Mushroom Sauce

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Food processor is such a lifesaver for someone who doesn’t like chopping. I am so thankful for this machine whenever I have to finely chop some onion which can be a tearful job, and I can’t even do it that well. A few days ago, I made some Lamb and Mushroom Meat Sauce. When I make

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What I Do with Leftover 5 Spice Beef Stew

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When I cook a big pot of beef like what I did with Chinese Five Spice Beef Stew in the previous post, there is always some leftover. I store it in a Tupperware and freeze it. This can go for a month, and it comes in so handy often when you’re hungry and need a

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Chinese Five Spice Beef Stew

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Winter is truly the season of comfort food. I finally get my Thai hotpot out. This pot is usually used for serving Tom Yum or other kind of thin broth. The hollowed middle section of the pot is filled with live coal which gives the heat to the food and keeps it bubbling the entire

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Steak with Mushroom Sauce

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The weather is crazy here in Pune. It’s been cold, warm, and out of the blue, today it’s raining. All these feel very cozy, and I’m loving it. I have more time to spend in my kitchen. The boys love that I cook abundantly every day. We make a heavy feast for supper, and in

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