Don’t Cut the Noodles!
Good for Picnics
Don’t cut these Noodles, whatever you do! They symbolize long life.
A Vietnamese Classic
Ideal for a Buffet Party
Reflecting the Vietnamese fondness for Beef, this Beef Brochette dish is a classic of Vietnamese cuisine. It would be ideal for a larger buffet event, along with several other major dishes. It is intended to serve six to eight people, along with Continue reading
Fresh Greens, Cayenne and Rice Vinegar
No Cooking Required
This simple and refreshing soup is ideal for hot weather: as long as you use ready-made Chicken Stock and don’t have to make from scratch, it can be assembled totally without any use of heat in the kitchen.
This recipe will make about 4 servings, and total preparation and chilling time is about half an hour.
Galangal, Lemongrass and Fish Sauce
Duck and Sticky Rice
Land of a Million Elephants: Laos has been called the Land of a Million Elephants. Elephants are still there, but modern Laos may now be the the .Land of a Million Motorbikes.
Laos is the only landlocked country in Southeast Asia and is home to a Continue reading
Hot, Sweet, Salty, Sour and Bitter
Variety in Flavor, Ingredients, Color
“Food is eaten not just for nourishment. For a Thai, it is an art, a topic of conversation, a source of pleasure.” — Kreesnee Ruangkritya 
The core concepts of Thai cooking are hot, sweet, salty, sour and bitter. A well-designed meal offers a variety in flavors, preparation methods, ingredients, and color.
So if a Red Curry is the main dish, the cook woul Continue reading
Healthy, Low-Fat and Delicious
An Ancient Cuisine — And the World’s Leading Spirit!
“Korean food is a nearly perfect answer to our modern quest for a healthy, low-fat, delicious diet.” — Hi Soo Shin Hepinstall 
Korea is one of the world’s ancient civilizations, with one of the great cuisines. And it is home to the world’s top-selling alcoholic drink! Continue reading
Durian Cake and Zuberbuhler’s Special
Raffles, Maugham and Lord Jim Country
“At the end of the tenth century Canton carried on direct trade with the Malay Peninsula.” —Friedrich Hirt and W. W. Rockhill 
For centuries the Malay Peninsula has been an important corridor in the southern sea route of the Spice Route.
The Strait of Malacca was an important Continue reading