Mussel Soup / ซุปหอยแมลงภู่

Mussels and Shrimp in Coconut nd Lime Broth

Cooking with Coconut Milk

Coconut Milk

This Thai-influenced Mussels Soup would make a light meal for four to six people and can be ready in about half an hour.  The Coconut Milk is key, and the whole recipe is typical Thai hot-sweet-sour-salty, all simultaneously  Continue reading

Caramelized Orange Slices

A Symbol of Eternal Friendship
Good with Whipped Cream

OrangesIn old China, an unpeeled Orange was the symbol of eternal friendship. In modern Hawaii, you might see caramelized Orange Slices at Lauaus, barbecues or other parties. They get served by themselves, as an accompaniment to meats, or as part of dessert, with Continue reading

Laotian Cuisine

Galangal, Lemongrass and Fish Sauce
Duck and Sticky Rice

Cooking with lemongrass

Lemongrass

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

Nepalese Cuisine

The Roof the the World
Chandradeva’s Pathway

“The wildest dreams of Kew are the facts of Kathmandu.” — Rudyard Kipling [1]

Vale of Kathmandu, Nepal

Vale of Kathmandu

What is Nepalese cuisine? Actually, the question should be, What Nepal? Or, what cuisine? For a relatively small country, Nepal has an astonishing variety of cuisines that can be called Nepalese.

Often thought of as a lofty, mountainous  land, home of the world’s Continue reading