Today is the last day of the first quarter of 2018. I became dormant in updating this page while a shit ton LOT of things happened in the past 5 months.. the same time frame since I left my beloved Chiang Mai and my life became a mess.
Most kids with Asian moms, especially those who grew up with Asian grandparents, can back me up on this: Coughing? Fresh oregano juice. Skin burn or bruises? Pounded guava leaf.
It’s not because our “forefathers” defy modern medication, they are just smart and practical enough to make most out of the beneficial products from our bountiful soil and tropical weather. Out of thousands of holy grail plants, let’s highlight one of my personal favorites growing up: Lemongrass.Read more…
Wet or dry markets are the best places to source out the freshest and the cheapest local produce on any given day.
In a countryside like Doi Saket here in Chiang Mai, street markets are scheduled to pop several days in a week but Saturdays are when most locals do their full-on market day. One of the best things about Thai markets is the variety of vegetables they sell. Some stalls even have organic produce for sale!
Since it’s a Saturday, I decided to whip up something simple yet healthy out of the most ordinary ingredients found in the market: Eggplant, Tomatoes, and Bell pepper. Read more…
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