ขอแนะนำ Podcast น้องใหม่ "Soul Sister Podcast" เรื่องจุบจิบรอบตัวที่ผู้หญิงอยากรู้ค่ะ สามารถติดตามรับฟังได้ทุกช่องทาง รวมทั้งทางบล็อกแห่งนี้ค่ะ
Chartering a long-tail boat out to visit Ko Hong in Krabi is a popular day trip for visitors to the south of Thailand. We were just there this past season and we managed to do one thing that we had planned to do. Still, there's something unexpected. So, here's a warning.
After a series of doing my own research, I was able to save one heifer and one water buffalo from a slaughterhouse to be released to the Royal Cattle-Buffalo Bank for Farmers which was founded by the late King Rama 9 to help farmers in poverty-ridden provinces save farming costs.
As one of Bangkok's top attractions, the Golden Mountain at Wat Saket in the old town is rich in history. Among them is the temple's horrid relationship with massive death and vultures! And here are the secrets of the Golden Mountain of Bangkok!
I wouldn't go as far as calling this one a 'wartime recipe.' But given the situations that we are all in right now, I couldn't help but hunker down, live, and eat simply. And this dish came right into mind when it comes to being prudent with your ingredients yet still having a mightly delicious, nutritious, and healthy meal.
Khao Chae ข้าวแช่ is something Thai people eat to cool off during the scorching summer. Preparing Khao Chae takes a village, and doing it right and beautiful is no small act of dedication. So, as eaters, we might want to know more about this special rice and the accompanying side dishes. And also how to eat it properly! It's time now to be cultured!