Red curry is a super simple meal, originating in Thailand and it’s just so incredibly good. Try this Red Curry With Chicken (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb) full of veggies and no nasties and experience the flavour explosion.
After a couple of weeks I’m back with another Asian classic, this time visiting the kitchens of Thailand (at least in my mind). Today I’ve decided to share my version of Pad Thai, because it’s one of the most popular Thai dishes, yet not many […]
When going to Thailand, many tourists are excited to see elephants. Maybe even to have an elephant ride… But thankfully the education of the public on this matter is spreading quickly and most travellers know better now. Know that riding an elephant shouldn’t be an […]
Have you tried Chicken Larb, the traditional Thai chicken salad yet? If not, you definitely should. Because it’s an embodiment of freshness in a dish. It will awaken your senses with it’s tangy, yet savoury taste, leaving your lips pleasantly tingly from the chilli and […]
When you say Australia, most of the people in my home country would imagine long sunny beaches and tanned surfers with blond curly hair and bare feet. And even though the reality is in most places a bit different, here in Byron Bay this image […]
If you are planning to visit Autthaya, you should hop on the train after and make one more stop in this small city near by. Lopburi is an ancient capital and actually one of the oldest towns in Thailand. It’s history going back more than 1000 years back. However nowadays it’s mostly known for a bit different reason than in the history. Lopburi is popular among the travelers because of the cheeky little monkeys sharing the city with humans.
Don’t get scared away when arriving to Bangkok for the first time. Yes, this city can be a bit overwhelming at the beginning. It’s full of people and even fuller of vehicles of all sorts. There are lots of new smells and flavours, not appealing to everyone at the commencement of the holidays. But if you give it more time, before quickly “escaping” to the islands, you will find yourself in a place that offers so much more than that. And it doesn’t have to be necessarily all about temples either.
Say no to the pre-made soups full of preservatives and other bad stuff with this low carb, Paleo and Whole30 friendly, yet fairly easy and incredibly delicious recipe for the Tom Kha Gai – Thai Chicken Soup With Coconut Milk (Paleo, Whole30, Low Carb).