With a growing world population, insects are now looked into as a potential sustainable food source with low environmental impact..... However although considered taboo in the West, eating insects has been embraced by many cultures and has a long history. While considered revolutionary in the West, it is fairly common place in other cultures. Insects are known to be eaten in 80% of the world's nations.
My grandmother taught me that we shouldn’t smell the Thai garland if it is a gift that you will offer to others. This rule was strictly enforced, especially when the garland was made for offering to Buddhas image or to monks - Parita Nobthai of @thecrafthumpy
The dish is turmeric chicken skewers, which are particularly well suited to Australian summers. This is our family’s favourite dish. I have cooked this dish many times and I am always satisfied - Charinya Ruecha of @charinyas_kitchen
Saa paper is never identical even it was made by the same person. Mulberry paper in Thailand is one of the purest forms of handmade products made by local for locals in every step of its production - Parita Nobthai of @thecrafthumpy
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
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Thai Style Chicken Biryani Recipe (Khao Mok Kai)