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    It's a jungle out there

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 22/01/2017

    » If you make a trip to a place like Sangkhla Buri district in Kanchanaburi, or maybe Ban Rai district in Uthai Thani or Dan Chang district in Suphan Buri, you'll feel that you have left the city far behind and are in a very different environment. So when mealtime comes and you get hungry, you'll probably want to find a restaurant whose character matches that of the town -- one with a view of surrounding forest and mountains, if possible.

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    Soaking up the sun

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 19/02/2017

    » Conjure up a mental list of old-fashioned dishes that still make the mouth water, and then notice how many include main ingredients that are dried or salted. Here's a personal selection: nuea khem tom kathi sai hawm daeng (salted beef stewed with shallots in coconut cream), nuea khem cheek pen sen foy phat kap namtaan (shredded salted dried beef stir-fried with palm sugar), plaa chon taak haeng khem tom kathi proong rote baeb tomyam sai bai makhaam awn (salted and dried snakehead fish stewed with sour-spicy seasonings in coconut cream with tender tamarind leaves), hua plaa chon taak haeng khem sai kathi sai fak (dried salted snakehead fish head stewed with coconut cream and squash), hoy malaeng phuu taak haeng khem phat kap nam taan (salted and dried mussels stir-fried with palm sugar or the same mussels simmered into a curry with pineapple). The list goes on.

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    Dishing on noodles

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 29/01/2017

    » It might just be chauvinism on my part, and perhaps I just have it wrong, but I have the impression that Thailand has more noodle dishes than any other country. For starters, there are kuay tio luuk chin plaa (rice noodles with balls of pounded fish meat), ba-mee muu daeng or pet yang (wheat noodles with Chinese red pork or grilled duck meat), kuay tio ruea (rice "boat noodles"), kuay tio nuea (rice noodles with beef), kuai tio khae (Hakka style), kuay tio kaeng (also known as kuay tio khaek, in curried coconut cream sauce) and kuay tio kai mara (with chicken and bitter melon).

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    Tom yam steps up to the plate

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 19/06/2016

    » In a Thai meal where some of the dishes on the table are served "dry" (without broth or a liquid sauce) -- fish or shrimp fried with paper and garlic, for example, or beansprouts stir-fried with tofu -- a soup with a spicy bite is needed to provide a satisfying balance of flavours. A tom yam is exactly right, and is often the first choice.

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    Gone but not forgotten

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 07/08/2016

    » Many old Thai dishes that were familiar to people of a few generations ago are gone now, but among the old dishes, a number have been revived and are appearing on menus again. In many cases there have been revisions and adaptations, however, with new ingredients introduced as substitutes for original ones that are hard to find now, or that may no longer be available at all.

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    Devilishly delicious detail

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 18/09/2016

    » Doing your own cooking gives you many advantages. For one, you are able to choose and buy the ingredients, selecting them from the array available at the market to ensure that they are clean and safe, and priced to match your budget. Just as important is the ability it gives you to try a recipe and see how it goes over with your family members, and to possibly make adjustments later to bring it into line with their preferences.

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    Smokin' hot

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 14/04/2019

    » Nowadays people rely mostly on stoves fuelled by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) when they cook. But more traditional methods like charcoal shouldn't be overlooked. For certain dishes, charcoal remains the best option.

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    The evolution of coffee

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 20/01/2019

    » In the morning, many people need to have their coffee. They spend that time planning what to do with their day. Sometimes, they try to go without coffee and their minds go blank. Coffee is special. It does its job well but in a contradictory way. It makes your body alert and relaxed at the same time.

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    Pottery's rich history passes the taste test

    Life, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 14/09/2018

    » Pottery is the oldest home appliance and food container still in use. Its important role in history endures, with the world's different regions producing their own brands and styles.

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    Designing Your Own Cooking Space

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 25/03/2018

    » The most important areas in any household are the kitchen and dining area. This is why they should be designed by the people using them as they know exactly what they need.

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