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Gooseberry Jaew Lao/British style

Is it heresy? I just made gooseberry jaew and it was good! We picked a couple of handfuls of gooseberries today. What to do with so few? 206 more words


Thai/Lao smash hit

Noi Lucky, 4/1-3 St Johns Avenue, Springvale. Phone: 9546 9774

Such is the sprawling spread of Melbourne that a journey from the west to Springvale seems like a substantial road trip. 925 more words


Obsession with Asian Stores!

Banh Mi ( Vietnamese sandwich) and eggroll

International Sauces Galore!

Instead of using MSG, many Asian people have switched to that yellow chicken powder. o… 141 more words


Treat yourself!

This is my second week on that “military diet” and I have to say, I don’t look as bloated. I will weigh myself at school tomorrow when I go in to work. 69 more words


khao koop

Or as Thais say khao tung is a deep-fried crispy rice cake. Ever heard of it? You can eat it with a (spicy) dipping sauce or as side dish or snack. 65 more words


Day 27 - Vientiane

By Max Bonem

It’s a good thing I didn’t end up on the national news. “Breaking news from the capital today as a large, hairy westerner attempted to have a picnic on the lawn of the presidential palace. 886 more words



Simple stir fry noodles you would find quite often at Lao parties and gatherings. It’s usually with beef and topped off with slices of eggs and bean sprouts. 39 more words