(TH/EN) Our recent trip to the lower Isan of Thailand was an attempt to connect the dots from the earlier journey we made years ago to Prasat Hin Phimai in Korat or Nakhon Ratchasima. Our first stop here, Sa Kaeo, is filled with pleasant surprises, including the beautiful and compact ancient temple of Prasat Hin Sadok Kok Thom and lots of delicious Vietnamese foods. For those looking for a quiet place to chill with stories, here's an idea.
Category - Asian Cuisines
(EN/TH) ชวนชิลที่ Escape Bangkok ชั้น 5 ดิ เอ็มควอเทียร์ บาร์มุมสูงกลางกรุง ที่ยกบรรยากาศสบายๆ ของชายทะเลบาหลีมาไว้ใกล้รถไฟฟ้า เหมาะมากสำหรับการกินดื่มกับเพื่อนๆ และครอบครัว
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!
A classic stew that has proliferated throughout Thailand, Moo Palo or Khai Palo is something we can make and keep for days. It is a handy stew to have around because it gets better every time it is simmered to reheat. I am now making Phuket's famous 'Palo' which they call 'Moo Hong' with salted eggs from Chaiya district - the district known for their delicious salted eggs - in Surat Thani.