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walking along chiang rai beach on a cool december morning watching the rice harvest in mid november from my deck watching the morning "rush hour" with Thais bundled up on their motorcys like they ar

OK i am sitting in USA and bored....so i find that i enjoy thinking of positive things about Chiang Rai...here's some more... hearing massage parlor girls ask "massage sir?" in a sing song voice sit

Here are some good things I am thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day. Yesterday was Loy Krathong here in Thailand, a lovely holiday though our animals are not fond of the noise. Today is Thanksgivin

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I have one of those old George Foreman grills that used to be advertised on TV.

The amount of fat that runs out of belly strips is hard to believe.

The way the Thais bbq pork is a bit too rare for me.

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I like my beef rare but pork has to be crispy... laugh.png

The pork you cooked for us was very crispy and tasted good .licklips.gif.pagespeed.ce.v-hsVd-Wpu.gif

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I had some of that thinly sliced hard smoked pork the other day.

This is amazing stuff, not only for a snack but it can be used in cooking for anything you put ham or bacon in with twice the flavour.

Brilliant addition to fried rice, especially if you use brown rice like I do.

The brown rice has a lot more flavour than white and needs other strong flavours added to it.

I need a regular supply, anyone seen it around?

Wife says she gets the dried, smoked, slightly sweet pork at the market between night bazaar and Central. Thinly sliced regular pork at the main market near old clock.
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Nice green (French) beans in the Royal Project shop today.

20B for a big bag of fresh crisp ones.

Plenty there.

Whenever we travel to Chiang Rai we always buy beans and other vegies from the Royal Project shop. They have good quality and good value. Have the esky for the trip home.

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I got a piece of home cured bacon from the deli behind Da Vinci's yesterday, very nicely flavored.

I want to start my own home garden, but I can't find bacon seeds anywhere..!?

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I got a piece of home cured bacon from the deli behind Da Vinci's yesterday, very nicely flavored.

I want to start my own home garden, but I can't find bacon seeds anywhere..!?

I'm sure if you ask around enough and really try, you will find some. Just don't give up on your dream!

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Macaroni cheese made with the Da Vinci Deli's blue cheese that they make themselves.

Just a white sauce with a teaspoon of English mustard then add the cheese until you can almost stand the spoon up in it.

Add a few veggies of choice if you're feeling healthy, I just threw a handful of frozen peas into the pasta before I drained it.

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