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Gobbledy glug--

POW!  Tis the holiday season. . .you gotta gobble something good and then sip on some glug with a friend or three.  Here in New York City there is great grub for gobbling at Khe-Yo located on Duane Street–a fabulous joint serving up food from Laos. 122 more words

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#1 Lao food...NYC--

BAM!  Here we are puttin’ a feed on at a great place called Khe-Yo located on Duane Street in the Tribeca section of Manhattan, New York Citaaay.   249 more words

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lao-style bbq

It’s November now, the weather is getting colder. But even with snow laying outside, you still have a nice barbeque at home. My parents have an electric grill to table use. 100 more words

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Recipe: Jeow Mak Len, Roasted Tomato Salsa

Recipes by Tina Carroll.

If you know Laotian people, you know that we eat jeow with just about everything. Jeow is a little more than just a condiment, it’s more of a side, dipping sauce or salsa. 352 more words

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The Lao Food Love Affair in NYC: Chef Phet of Khe-Yo

This is a first part series on Lao food in the mainstream food scene.

The Modern Lao Chef with Midwest Roots

It starts with the smells. 1,642 more words

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Recipe: Tom Khem, Caramelized Pork Belly

Recipes by Tina Carroll.

Tom Khem is a traditional Laotian dish of caramelized pork belly. The literal translation is salty stew or soup. It combines a perfect balance of salty and sweetness. 270 more words

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