Those making their way through Thailand may find a particular dish and fall in love with it. Alas, geography can be cruel. Often the dishes that steal the hearts of travelers in the north of Thailand are nowhere to be found in the south and vice versa. That is because dishes in Thailand are region-specific. For example, gaeng hanglay is a popular dish in the north but is severely lacking in quantity elsewhere. Khao soi, one of the most devoured dishes in Chiang Mai, is another dish that is super specific to the north of Thailand, and those hoping to eat it time and again will have to search extensively to find it.
At IMM, I collected recipes from all across Thailand to introduce our culture to Canada.
Do you have a regional preference about Thai Cuisine? Tell me, let’s brainstorm. 😋👨🍳
Happy first day of Fall!
When the weather cools down I tend to move to more cooked foods...this weekend seems like a good time stay cozied up indoors, maybe make this easy cardamom apple butter. Or stuffed baked fruit.
What’s your favourite cooked fruit recipe?
Hey book lovers! We’re back with another dish inspired by a book. Hint: 🙊🍌 #booksandfood
Mystery Box | Can you guess what we’re making with these ingredients and what book inspired it?
7. Brown sugar
9. Baking powder
10. Baking sofa
11. Sour cream
Stay tuned for the book and recipe reveal tomorrow!
When you wrap your hands around a big mug of Earl Grey Latte With Homemade Lavender Marshmallows like this one by @theoliveandmango, the first thing you'll notice is the soothing aroma.
Then, you'll take a sip and the wonderfully sweet flavour will make your senses travel to the coziest place on Earth.
Want more Latte Recipes to stay warm this fall and winter? We have 11 to share with you! Check them out on the link in our profile.
It’s officially the first day of fall! So from now on we’ll be bombarded with everything pumpkin, pumpkin spice and squash! But, if like many others, you’re intimidated about cooking with squash and you’re not sure what to do with it, here’s a simple suggestion. I peel, remove the seeds in the bulbous end of a butternut squash, slice it as thin as possible, brush with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and bake at 375F for 25-30 minutes until lightly browned and just a little crisp. These will be gobbled up in no time! What do you make with squash? #fallishere#squash#butternutsquash#butternutsquashrecipes#fallcooking#mtlfoodie#mtlblogger#fbcigers