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A Recipe Passed Down from Generation to Generation

Do you know that immigrant Chinese and their descendants who had toiled and endure hardship to build a life grew up eating ‘dai chao’ food? These types of foods represented the spirit of “Ker Ku Nai Lau’. These were good, nutritious food cooked by honest men who charged cheaply which provided sustenance and simple joy after a hard day at work. That is also the reason why, m...

Must Try! Authentic Mookata and Thai Street Food

If those who have been to Chiang Mai, Mookata will be familiar with Mookata. Mookata loosely translates from Thai meaning ‘pork’ and ‘skillet’. It is a Thai Steamboat which originates from Northern Thailand where you have to lather the pork lard provided (Yes, not butter or oil but pork lard) to grease the metal skillet, which you then use to grill the meats. The surface eventually gets really cha...

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