Knowing how to make your own broth is crucial as a vegetarian. It’s so easy, only takes a little preparation on your part, let it cook for almost an hour, drain, and it’s done! You can use the broth for a number of different dishes. Soups, […]
Vegetable tempura’s are a great appetizer and a fun party snack. Most tempuras are highly breaded, using an unhealthy flour. The Shan-style vegetable tempura that we learned how to make in Myanmar, uses rice flour and very little of it. You could substitute rice flour […]
Mexican is one of my top 3 favorite cuisines. I can never have too much salsa. I can however, have too many chips. I don’t even necessarily want the chips, I just want to eat the salsa, and nothing goes better with salsa than chips. […]
Pad Khing Pak, or Fried Vegetables with Wild Ginger, is found at virtually every Thai restaurant. You can also order it with chicken or pork, in which case it would be Pad Khing Gai or Pad Khing Moo. Many people stir-fry their vegetables with garlic, […]
Hello! My name is Tara and I am a Nutritionist, Teacher, and World Traveler. Originally from upstate New York, I am currently living just outside of Bangkok, Thailand, where I teach Nutrition, Food Science, and Biology. My goal is to teach you how to cook nutritious dishes from around the world. Hopefully I can spark an interest for you in improving your overall health by following me as I travel the world, studying what each country has to offer in the way of diet and nutrition.