Kanom means treat or sweet in Lao. Kanom Dok Bua is a treat that tastes somewhat like Chinese fortune cookies. It’s lighter and flaky and crunchy and shapes like Dok Bua or lotus, hence the name lotus.
I attended High Tea yesterday afternoon Hotel Des Indes, in Den Haag or The Hague for English speakers. I was not hungry and didn’t want to make a scene by taking loads of photos since the others were spending their time sipping, eating, and talking. I only took the photos […]
I love to eat Lao Green Papaya Salad, pretty much all year round. There is just something about the taste of the spicy, sweet, and sour combination of the dish to make your taste buds dance. Here is my family recipe for Lao Green Papaya salad aka Tum maak Houng) […]
Our mother loves to steam broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and other veggies for us. While we eat anything on the table, we did make a fuss about eating brussel sprouts because of the bitter taste. The response from our mother was, “eat it, it’s good for you.” Then she trained us […]
Welcome to Darly.net. I’ve decided to start blogging. This is my first test blog for the new year. Let’s see how long I can keep it up. 🙂