The dim sim is a unique Australian take on the Chinese dumpling. Known colloquially as the "dimmy" to proud Australians everywhere, the Aussie dim sim is about twice as big and thrice as ugly as your standard Chinese variety known elsewhere. That beloved mix of pork and mystery meat, cabbage and flavourings is encased in a thick dumpling wrapper which is steamed or fried, then doused in a vigorous splash of soy sauce which must reliably leak through the brown paper bag from which it is eaten and drip lazily down your arm as you eat and walk. The dimmy is not to be eaten gracefully - Greedy Diva
Khanom Tom dates back to the Kingdom of Sukhothai in north central Thailand about 2 hours drive from my home village. The Kingdom existed from 1238 until 1438....
Lone is a dish from the centre of Thailand, The dish is usually categorised as a dip, but is often served as a main dish alongside fresh vegetables such as long bean (snake beans), cucumber, lettuce, cabbage, eggplant and young ginger... The taste is led by sour follow by saltiness and sweetness. The coconut milk in the dish is what makes
There is a belief about adding nails, hair and coins in the Krathong as a symbol of letting go of the past, letting go of bad things as the Krathong is floating away from us. It is the taking away of the bad luck in our life - Parita Nobthai of @thecrafthumpy
Part of Phibunsongkhram’s nation-building strategy was to develop ‘Thai-ness’ and impose a ‘Thai Great Tradition’ to demonstrate the strength and unity of the Thai nation. His series of decrees from 1939–1942 suggested what could be done to strengthen the Thai economy, to instill national image and pride—and to improve the national diet. Popularizing a noodle dish was one means to that end - Penny Van Esterik, nutritional anthropologist
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A method of cooking rice to cut calories. Really?
Guest Blogger: An Interview with Warattaya Smith of @loveslittlekitchen
The History and Origins of Banh Mi
The Racist Origins of the Fear of MSG
Thai Style Chicken Biryani Recipe (Khao Mok Kai)