Going to THAILAND, and Other Things I’m Thinking about for April 2016
I’m overdue for another edition of Things I’m Thinking About, so here’s a bit of quick news!
|(Thailand Map Image from ThomsonWorldwide)|
And I’m not even making it to all of the 15 Places You Must See in Thailand, so I’ll probably have to make a return visit someday.
My site that shares healthy slow cooker recipes from food bloggers has a lot of the same features as this one, including a Recipes-by-Photo Index where you can find recipes suitable for a certain type of diet including Low-Carb Slow Cooker Recipes and South Beach Diet Phase One Slow Cooker Recipes, so check it out!
|Photo of Thai Ingredients from Tasting Table.|
Of course I’m excited about trying the food in Thailand, since I’ve loved the Thai food I’ve had in the U.S., although I know that what I’ve had here is Thai-American food to be sure. I’ve been reading up on authentic Thai food, and this list of Ingredients Used in Thai Cooking looks intriguing. And my friend Mary gave me Thailand: The Cookbook (pictured above) and I’ve spent hours poring over the unusual recipes pictured in the book.
If you follow nutrition research, there’s more and more evidence that Full-Fat Dairy Might be Healthier, and here’s a good read on The Case Against Low-Fat Milk if you’d like to read more.
And I’ll end there with this graphic above that’s good to remember, no matter where you’re traveling in life!
Have you been to Thailand? If so, please share in the comments about what you consider to be a must-see spot. And if anyone has Thai dishes that I absolutely must try, I’d love to hear about those as well.
4 Comments on “Going to THAILAND, and Other Things I’m Thinking about for April 2016”
I'm sorry to hear that 🙁
I hope you are well now 🙂
I am thanks, but it was a tough recovery with the jet-lag and lingering bronchitis. I am glad it's over!
Have you already visited Thailand this year, Kaylyn? I went for the first time in 2,000 and went to all places on your map expect for anywhere south of Hua Hin. Mae Sai had the best pad Thai. A street cart vendor in Bangkok in an alley off of Pradipat Rd. had THE BEST Thai iced tea 🙂
Doi Suteph in Chiang Mai is a must. Hidden waterfalls up the mountain and a agorgeous, serene Buddhist temple at the very top. Everything was gorgeous, also very hot, humidity wise! Please share your adventure 🙂
Apologizes in advance if you've already posted them and I just haven't found them yet.
Thank you for your delicious recipie posts!
Glad you are enjoying the recipes! Yes, I have gone to Thailand. But when I was there I got really sick and had to stay longer to recover. I was too sick to fly home with my friends. I'm going to write about the trip, but I need to get rid of that memory of being sick before I can do it!