Dumpling Called Bird | ขนมจีบนก

This is a story about an ancient Thai tea-time snack. An original recipe since the time of King Rama II that had first been published in the cookbooks written by Lady Plien Pasakornwong in the time of King Rama V. Now revived thanks to the renaissance of Thai cuisine of the current time, this dumpling is as cute as they are super delicious.

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One Salad, Four Names

Tao Kua is a regionally ubiquitous dish of the Thai deep south. It is a salad. A hearty snack, some-thing locals there eat between meals. While Hat Yai and Songkhla people call it ‘Tao Kua,’ people in Surat Thani call it ‘Pak Bung Tai Rao,’ while Muslim folks know it as Ro Yor. This is one in-teresting dish that beckons you to travel more and explore the native dishes of Thailand.

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันอังคารที่ 30 เมษายน 2019

Tao Kua – a Thai Southern Salad | เต้าคั่ว อาหารว่างแบบชาวใต้

Another instalment of our contribution to ThaiPBSWorld - the English-language news site by the Thai Public Broadcasting (ThaiPBS). This time, we devour a typical Thai southern style salad that is regionally ubiquitous in the region. This one particular dish has at least four different names that we know of. Cheers!

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Tub Tim Krob

Late last year, CNN Travel listed ‘Tub Tim Krob’ or ‘Crispy Rubies’ as one of the world’s 50 best desserts. But what is ‘Tub Tim Krob?’ Why rubies became crispy and edible in this case? This video clip finds out and helps you understand more about this refreshing bowl of chilled Thai ice dessert. #ThaiPBSWorld #TubtimKrob

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันเสาร์ที่ 20 เมษายน 2019

Tub Tim Krob – Thai Shaved Ice Dessert on CNN’s 50 Best

Tun Tim Krob - translated as 'crispy rubies - is a type of Thai shaved ice dessert. Late last year, this icy bowl made it to CNN Travel's 50 Best Desserts around the world list. And that shifted things in terms of our attention to this refreshing and beautiful Thai food.

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Summer in Thailand

The durian truck never missed its spot. Parked curbside on a street near our community is the truckload of Rayong’s finest that makes its annual appearance comes April. Durians at the peak of the season. A clear and aromatic sign of the Thai summer. There’s no denying about global warming. The temperature in Bangkok soared and the sun is working overtime especially this year. The ambience news is not all good, either. The heartless...

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Riedel Wine Bar & Cellar, Gaysorn Village, Bangkok

This can be Bangkok's best place for wine-tasting, Riedel Wine Bar and Cellar at Gaysorn Village features Riedel's 'grape varietal specific stemware' specifically designed to enhance wine's four key sensations: bouquet, texture, flavours and finish. Their 'Wine Emotion' machine that features 40 artisanal wines is a great place to start your wine journey with the right type of glass that can elevate your drinking experience.

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1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt at Gaysorn Village, Bangkok

The 1823 Tea Lounge by Ronnefeldt at Gaysorn Village in Bangkok is the world's one-and-only teahouse by Ronnefeldt. Apart from their wide selections of Ronnefeldt's premium teas, many of their delicious dishes also incorporate tea leaves that add to the depths of the tastes, making their recipes particularly unique and very interesting.

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Summertime Afternoon Tea at Peacock Alley, Waldorf Astoria Bangkok

The Peacock Alley of the Waldorf Astoria Bangkok - named after the lobby-floor corridor of the original Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, which opened in 1897, is a place to gather, sit and talk. Now their newly-launched Summertime Afternoon Tea makes all occasions even creamy and scrumptious. Introduced along with the Milan-born executive pastry chef Andrea Noli, this indulgence highlights the bright tastes of Thai fruits.

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