For an Authentic Thai Meal in Bangkok, Start at Suda

One of the most memorable Thai culinary experiences for me was when my wife and I met a couple of her friends who were visiting Bangkok from Australia. At the time, we were staying at the Sheraton Grande right across the road from the Terminal 21, so they suggested we meet somewhere close to our […]

A Bangkok Floating Market. Khlong Lad Mayom. Part 2.

For 100 Baht per person (roughly around $3 USD), you’ll be able to take a three hour boat ride through the channel system in a traditional Thai long boat. I’ll admit, this is probably one of the most touristy things you can possibly do when you’re in Thailand, but its a ride you’ll want to […]

Korean Red Pepper Paste Stew – Gochujang Jjigae (고추장찌게)

INGREDIENTS 1/4-1/2 lb of pork or beef (cubed)(optional) 1/2 cup Korean red pepper paste – gochujang 4 cloves garlic (minced) 1 small squash (chopped) 1 block firm tofu (cubed) 1 small onion (chopped) mushrooms (chopped) 1-2 red pepper(s) (sliced) 2 green onions (sliced light soy sauce (to taste) Korean beef flavoring (optional)(to taste) DIRECTIONS Pour […]

Korean Pork Neck and Potato Stew (감자탕) in an Instant Pot

Ingredients 2 lbs Pork neck or back bones (Can be found in most Asian supermarkets or local butcher shop. They can also be substituted with ribs) 4 potatoes (I used Yukon potatoes this time around as I like the creaminess of it when stewed) 3 green onions (or 1 big green onion/대파) 10 perilla leaves […]

A Bangkok Floating Market. Khlong Lad Mayom. Part 1.

If you’ve been studying up on Bangkok’s most popular tourist attractions, you most likely had come across tons of information on floating markets. The most well known being Damnoen Saduak. However, the most well known doesn’t mean it is the best. No, in my personal opinion, it is far from it. It’s technically not even […]