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The all-time favorite of Indonesian traditional snacks "kerupuk" and the making of it. From the Bogor market to the home maker in Pasir Jambu. "Go here go there go everywhere"
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With Christmas now only a couple of months away, workplaces all over the country are beginning to finalise their plans for the 2017 Christmas season celebrations.
As someone who runs an Experience company, I’ve had a number of interesting requests, among standard dinners and the usual corporate fanfare. However, with more people inquiring about ‘doing something different’, it got me thinking about what people think their best office Christmas party has been and if doing something different had anything to do with it.
What do you think? 📷 Via @gastrosenses
At the beginning of many curries, some soups, stir fries and even some salads, comes the curry paste or Nam Prik Gaeng (น้ำพริกแกง). They come in an array of colours as well varying spice levels. Curry pastes are really the base of all Thai cuisine.
There is Nam Prik Gaeng Phet (น้ำพริกแกงเผ็ด) • Red Curry Paste, Nam Prik Gaeng Khiaw Wan (น้ำพริกแกงเขียวหวาน) • Green Curry Paste and Nam Prik Gaeng Phanaeng (น้ำพริกแกงพะแนง), along with a host more, like the paste for the popular Massaman Curry.
Contrary to popular belief, the hottest curry paste is the southern yellow curry paste, Kreung Gaeng Phet Dai (เครื่องแกงเผ็ดใต้). This will be used for things like yellow curry and one of my favourites, Khua Kling, a spicy dry curry of minced pork.
The next time you are walking through a local market, spare a moment or two for the spice merchant, as this is where many dishes begin. You can certainly make them yourself, but the spice merchant has taken much of the hard mortar and pestle work out for you. Add some vegetables, a protein and some coconut cream or milk and you will have a delicious curry in under 15 minutes.
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The food of the south of Thailand is often searingly hot and often tinged with yellow or orange, due to the abundant use of fresh turmeric and other spices.
Pictured is Gaeng Leuang (แกงลือง) • Sour Yellow Curry. This is similar in many ways to a Gaeng Som, though outside the deep south, it is called a yellow curry. A yellow curry in the south is more reminiscent of a Malaysian yellow curry, with potatoes and often chicken. Outside the south, that would be referred to as Gaeng Kari, but this one is the sour variety called Gaeng Leuang.
We opted for a meat rather than fish; the dish was blindingly hot and sour, but really set the whole meal ablaze, as we had more mild dishes to balance.
If you have a chance to try the sour version of Gaeng Leuang or Gaeng Som, be daring and include it in your balanced meal
Mojito Monday 💚
Okay so this might not be an actual thing, but why not start a new trend?
This pineapple and toasted coconut mojito is a great take on the original and would make excellent use of some of Queensland's tropical produce, which is another reason we chosen to celebrate mojitos this month. 📷 Via @thenovicechefblog