Tasty Paste™ & Tank FTW🇱🇦
— Step 1: order the whole menu (plus some) from the @saosong22 homies. Step 2: ice down the @tankwinery Super Geisha. Step 3: enjoy the Tasty Paste™ & the tasty pét with the whole team 🙌
It's like a sausage fest here... 💀. Making Lao sausages, 6 for $10! I am making sour and spicy/sour sausages for sale and will have more by Wednesday if anyone would like to purchase some 🥰. Willing to deliver sausages within 20mile of my house but any further is plus $3 for delivery fee!
The sausages are made with pork, yellow and green onions, shallots, kaffir lime leaves, lemon grass, salt, sugar, fish sauce and MSG!
Monosodium glutamate is a flavor enhancer and isn't bad for you!
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Ce dessert on l’appelle "Khanom man tone" en lao ou " Khanom man sam palang" en thaï.
C'est un dessert de mon enfance ( y en a plein mais celui ci est mon préféré ) et depuis je le fais souvent à cette période car pour moi il me tient vraiment à cœur, j’ai appris à préparer ce dessert quand j’étais encore une enfant ( j’ai commencé très très tôt la cuisine 🙈 ).
C'est un gâteau au manioc et au lait de coco qu'on fait cuire à la vapeur, il demande très peu d'ingrédients mais il faut être patient pour pouvoir le déguster.
Une fois le gâteau refroidi et légèrement durci, on le découpe et on le roule dans de la noix de coco fraichement râpée.
Il se déguste très frais alors avec cette chaleur c'est vraiment idéal.
Il n'est pas nécessaire d'utiliser de la farine dans la recette car le manioc en lui même suffit, pour info la farine de tapioca provient du manioc donc il faut le mixer ou bien le râper.
Cette recette convient aux personnes intolérances au gluten car le manioc n’en contient pas. Il convient aussi aux personnes végétaliennes car on utilise aucun POA ( produit d'origine animale ).
Surrounded by Thailand, Myanmar, China, Vietnam, and Cambodia, landlocked Laos is often overlooked or skipped through en route to bigger fish/temples. But with its laid-back capital of Vientiane, the mysterious Plain of Jars, and the magical Kong Lor Cave, Laos really does merit an actual visit, not just a pass through. We’ve rounded up a few things you should know before you go to make the most of your time.
This week we are taking you virtually to Laos.
Kai pen...fried fresh water algae with a little bit of Garlic from Laos, Luang Prabang. Super delicious! It’s super flavorful, earthy, salty...super tasty snack that pairs well with a little liquor or beer. Great bar snack! Thank you to @stickynorasingh mom for feeding me! Makes me miss the motherland, Laos!
Finally I used the native Tetun and Real Tok Pisin. Tetun is native language of Timor Leste still related to Indonesian, Malay and Tagalog but has additional words from Portuguese. Meanwhile, Tok Pisin language is national language of Papua New Guinea which the spoken of English and German in the local version thus changing some of the writing
What does say in your language?
❤️ from Savannakhet, Laos ~ my brother Bird sent this video to let me know our pets ( calf 🐄 ) are keeping our dinn ~land in place looking nice ~ well yeah, they chowing down on the grass 😂 cut grass style ~he said Sis, I don’t think there’s a lot of fish left in the pond, I asked him why?! he says strangers/neighbors just comes by and fish...I asked if they asked for permission to do that, he says no they just do it...okay now, that’s a problem! sister says 🤣~ Sabai Sabai #country#lifestyle#pets baby 🐄 #calf our pets @moby ~ #Savannakhet#Laos#Lao#life
The Naga, both on the roof and the processional carriage....they make these to take part in a special ceremony which involves a long procession through the town, each temple has their own carriage in varying degrees of decadence. The last picture is an ornate temple window.
WHEN EVERYTHING WAS EVERYTHING is an illustrated book based on the childhood memories and imaginings of Lao American writer Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay (@refugenius), and illustrated by Cori Nakamura Lin (@cori.lin.art).
The young girl at the heart of the story is forced to endure embarrassing ESL classes and mocking peers. Her family's struggles with poverty and housing insecurity only exacerbate the difficulties they face as refugees of the Vietnam War. Described as a "trans-generational narrative", the book gives voice to the Lao American community, specifically in Minnesota where the author grew up.
Despite the hardships they face, the characters in WHEN EVERYTHING WAS EVERYTHING are resilient and determined. There is hope and beauty in their story, as evidenced by the family's love for one another. This is a beautiful story and the newest addition to our 'Summer Reading with Kids' series. We encourage you to read this book ASAP, and to let us know if it's as impactful for you as it is for us.