Royal Khmer Cuisine | อาหารชาววังเขมร

 (⬇︎ภาษาไทยด้านล่างค่ะ ⬇︎) royal Khmer cuisine that we had tried at Restaurant Le Royal of Raffles Hotel Le Royal proved that Thai cuisine and Khmer cuisine are in fact siblings. Geographically wise, there’s no surprise there, we share the similar region, hence similar ingredients and in fact eating culture. There are a lot of herbs, mixtures of textures and aromas, strong scent of fish sauce, pounded fresh chilies and aromatic steamed jasmine rice. คนไทยมาเที่ยวเขมรมักจะพูดเหมือนกันว่า...

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Tuang Dim Sum (ตวงติ่มซำ) Bangkok

(TH/EN) As the capital of Thailand, Bangkok isn’t the place boasting for a great dim sum. But somehow, that is exactly what we are doing. Ask me, and I can rattle off more places for great ‘touches of heart’ than any other food type. And this one that I am talking about is for both tastes and incredible prices. We were there twice, getting ourselves exploded with their magnificent food, and ended up paying less than Bt400 each time for both meals, however much we tried to stuff ourselves. Tuang Dim Sum is a small (read ‘tiny’ with less than 40 seatings) shophouse with steaming and deep-frying stations in...

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Chocolate Making at Le Cordon Bleu Dusit Bangkok | เรียนทำช็อกโกแลตที่เลอ กอร์ดอง เบลอ ดุสิต

Decadent and indulging, chocolate is also a big mystery. First, the finished products of chocolates we normally lust for in chocolatiers look NOTHING like their origins. From boat-like chocolate pods to the sweet and luscious chocolate truffles, bonbons, or chocolate cakes, we eaters usually have no idea about the long journeys each chocolate had gone through before they ended up on the plate. This fact alone makes chocolate-making a pure science in its own right. Since there’s a serious need to be delicious, this science also requires some solid techniques to perfect those chocolates in each variation. So my short, one-day Easter chocolate...

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