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Q. Why did the chicken cross the road in Laos?

A. So a truck could run it over, enabling a guy with a cigarette dangling out of his mouth to scoop it up 30 seconds later and… 6 more words

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No chilli phobias al-Lao-ed: Dtom jeaw pla, ping gai and larb het

We’re back! It’s been a few weeks since we cooked anything exotic, our excuse for last week being that we spent four glorious days in France, drinking champagne and eating fantastic food. 1,559 more words

Food

Taste of home: Lao food faves

Since moving to Fort Worth, TX nearly two years ago, I have become more and more interested in cooking. It started off as way of passing time while adjusting to living in another city, but now has become a way to share a little bit about myself and my culture. 905 more words

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Recipe: The Som Num Na Cocktail

TBIF. It’s been a long short month. We understand. Friday is here. Spring is upon us. Pretty soon, it’ll be Lao New Year. It’s time to celebrate the weekend with a little Lao kick to your early happy hour. 240 more words

Lao

Becoming a Lao Restauranteur: Eric Virakhone Panya

When I first moved to Fort Worth, Texas in July 2013, I was told that there was vibrant Lao community nearby. In fact, according to the U.S. 1,061 more words

Community

Laomerican Cuisine: Laopherd's Pie

Recently, Little Laos on the Prairie’s Bryan Thao Worra coaxed acclaimed Northside blogger and community builder Jeff Skrenes into being the guinea pig for a new addition to Lao American cuisine with a concept he referred to as Laopherd’s Pie. 717 more words

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Feasting in Luang Prabang

A few days ago we received an email from food blogger extraordinaire Bryan at The Wandering Gourmand. His travel-foodie blog is stuffed with loads of great eats, drinks, and travel tips that take readers “on a food and drink adventure around the world.” 480 more words

Travel