Archive | June, 2011

Learn Thai from Thai food : Son-in-law eggs

This morning I was in a mood for cooking. I decided to cook my favourite egg dish which is called in Thai “Kai Luuk Koei” (ไข่ลูกเขย) Kai (low tone) [ไข่] means egg Luuk (falling tone) – Koei (rising tone) [ลูกเขย] means son-in-law So, Kai Luuk Koei means son-in-law eggs! Funny name, isn’t it? Kai Luuk Koei made […]

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