Hakka-Licious - A Bowl of Sub-Culture

Hakka noodle is a representation of this minority clan of Hakka Chinese in Bangkok. A hearty, homey bowl, this simple-looking noodle requires a certain amount of pains-taking homemade ingredients. Delicious beyond all words :D

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Hakka-Licious – A Sub-Cultural Deliciousness in Bangkok | ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแคะ

I'd say curiosity moves the world. It makes everything more interesting, fun, and worth exploring. I grew up eating all kinds of noodle, Hakka noodle or ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแคะ included. But then, what exactly is Hakka Noodle? The triangle tofu? The broth? Or the person who prepares it?

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Indian Style Afternoon Tea

The multi-cultural nature of Bangkok can be seen and eaten through myriads of eth-nic foods. Case in point is these colourful and indulging Indian sweet treats - deli-cious and auspicious. A proof that we - no matter what race we were born in - are not that different in traditions. :D

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Afternoon Tea, Indian-Style in Bangkok | ขนมหวานของชาวอินเดีย :D

A too-long stretch in hometown spurred us to look further to something exotic and beyond. Case in point is these colourful Indian sweets - and their unique cultures and traditions that have been a part of Thailand for centuries.

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Front Room at Waldorf Astoria – Best Creative Food in Bangkok – New Seasonal Menu (August 2019)

For almost a year since its debut of creative and delicious Thai-inspired Nordic Cuisine, Front Room at Waldorf Astoria Bangkok has just released its new seasonal menu. The seven-and-ten-course degustation takes us deep into the woodland with earthy and somewhat wild things that appear on the plates. A must-try, a very creative and delicious cuisine in Bangkok.

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Cold, Sweet and Happens to be Vegan Noodle

Sometimes eating a bowl of noodle feels like tracing back to the beginning of the era. This specialty is served in syrup with 13 kinds of trimmings, including Siang Sim Ee, Sow Ee and Bo-gia - all with fortunate meanings. And it also takes us to the roots of Bangkok Chinatown. #ThaiPBSWorld

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันอาทิตย์ที่ 21 กรกฎาคม 2019

Sweet, Cold Noodle of Bangkok Chinatown (Talad Noi) | เชงทึงหมี่หวาน เยาวราช

This sweet, cold noodle is a secret recipe of a family of Talad Noi - a residential cluster south of Yaowarat. And it happens to be vegan, hence a specialty exclusively available during the Chinese Vegan Festival. But now, the descendants are bringing back this comforting and cooling bowl to the visitors of the area. Yumm.

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Artisanal Pa Tong Go

These golden brown goodies of Pa Tong Go (or Youtiao, or Youzhaguo) are best served hot with morning drinks. For a heartier version, an additional portion of poached eggs is always welcomed. But here is an artisanal Pa Tong Go. The one that will make you relive your childhood.#ThaiPBSWorld #FoodandTravel #PaTongGo #ChineseDough #Youtiao #Youzhaguo

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Artisanal Pa-Tong-Go in Bangkok | ปาท่องโก๋ทำมือ อร่อยมากๆๆ

What's better than stumbling onto something as great as a real artisanal goodie. Case in point is this delicious deep-fried dough locally known as 'Pa-Tong-Go.' While many places depend on the quick recipe using baking powder, this one still relies fresh yeast made and taken care of overnight. The kneading and deep-frying techniques - passed along from father to son - also add to the extra crunchiness. Yummmmm!!!

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Phuket's Oldest Tea Snack 'Pang Pia'

UNESCO City of Gastronomy, Phuket Town is a real foodie town. Among their amazing arrays of local delicacies is a variety of tea snacks, many of which are the integral part of their daily life. The delicate and cute and delicious Pang Pia is among the oldest recipes.Read full story here: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/phukets-oldest-tea-snack-pang-pia/#ThaiPBSWorld

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Phuket Old-School Tea-Time Snack – Pang Pia | ผางเปี๊ยะ ขนมภูเก็ต

UNESCO City of Gastronomy, Phuket Town is a real foodie town. Among their amazing arrays of local delicacies is a variety of tea snacks, many of which are an integral part of their daily life. The delicate and cute and delicious Pang Pia is among the oldest recipes.

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The Blooms of Phang-Nga

The Blooms of Phang-NgaPhang-Nga is a place for natural worshippers. Wedged between Phuket and Krabi,the mountain-trimmed Phang-Nga is a spectacular place. The stunning limestonepeaks also lend inspiration to its unique snack called ‘Kanom Dok Phing Nga’ or theblossoms of Phing Nga Mountain.#ThaiPBSWorld

โพสต์โดย Thai PBS World เมื่อ วันศุกร์ที่ 31 พฤษภาคม 2019

The Blossoms of Phang-Nga, Thailand | ขนมดอกพิงงา พังงา

It is always a blessing for us to be able to roam our own country for something extraordinary. This time, we went down to the lush, green province of Phang-Nga on the Andaman Coast, to find out more about their unique sweet bites, inspired, of course, by the spectacular limestone peaks that surround the town. :D

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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.

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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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