Most tourists in Thailand clutch their Lonely Planet guides and follow a well-worn path: a quick stop in Bangkok, trekking outside of Chiang Mai, cocktails on the beach in Phuket. They see so little; they miss so much. To Thailand With Love tells where to eat cobra salad, where to find ghosts in Ayutthaya, where to spend an evening among fireflies, where to meet sea gypsies or hear the songs of gibbons, where to spend a day on a rice farm, where to learn to make paper from elephant dung. Add to this shopping tips, restaurant recommendations, secret sanctuaries provided by expats and frequent visitorsaand an unforgettable trip is guaranteed.A typical Thai dinner consists of many dishes and can be quite an elaborate affair . But lunch is ... Unlike Chinese fried rice, the Thaiversion is ever-so-slightly sweet, and the lemonisthe lastessential touch to make the dish pop. When I cana#39;t ... Barbecued pork over rice (khao moo daeng) The name moodaengmeans 31 1.
|Title||:||To Thailand With Love|
|Publisher||:||ThingsAsian Press - 2013-10-01|