Rice and curry is a typical and traditional Thai meal. A plate of steamed rice and two or three choices of savouries make a hearty, healthy, and delicious meal. And this is another story of Thai eating culture. Enjoy!
Category - COOKING
There are some misconceptions about Thai food. That it has to always be very very spicy to be 'authentic.' But that's just not true. This article lays out the basics for those want to know about the eating culture of the Kingdom.
An easy one-pan meal of Thai-style garlic pork with a tasty sauce. All you need is a pan and a lid to cover the pan with. Also, this is a wonderful chance to use your pestle and mortar!
🍀 (ไทย/Eng) This post is rewritten on Sunday 3rd May 2020 - two months into the pandemic lockdown when I am cooking like crazy like most people I know :D I am now cooking Aiyu Jelly - a rare ingredient that made the sweet and mysterious shaved ice dessert of Phuket.
🥦 (ภาษาไทย >>) Just three useful spicy delicious tips from my Bangkok kitchen. How to perfect the 6-min eggs. How to perfectly poach chicken breasts with a bonus on Chicken Laksa recipe. How to make Thai-style spicy seafood sauce that makes everything lively and delicious!
I always have a thing or two for a good bowl of chicken laksa - the bowl which, sadly, is not easily available in my hometown of Bangkok. Fortunately, I got this wonderful recipe from Marion's Kitchen and I have successfully recreated it using what's available in my hometown. So good!!
So we interviewed a Thai cheesemaker. A female Thai cheesemaker who makes goat cheeses by reading and a lot of personal trial and errors.
So many times we just wish for the glories of the past. Walking the streets of Bangkok Old Town today, and you could still get a good glimpse of the previous eras. The glories, as we know it, were the times long before the so-called Siamese Revolution that changed this country back in 1932. The influx of foreign influences is still evident in many old colonial buildings of Bangkok. Palaces, monumental places, temples, and facades of shophouses...
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?