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1. lifestyle | 23 Jan 2015
WINE ME DINE ME
» Bangkok is the UN of fried chicken, and a new breed of the crispy bird has recently hatched, joining a flock populated by the likes of KFC, Korean fried chicken, buffalo wings, gai tod Hat Yai and karaage. The latest ent...
2. learning | 20 Mar 2013
About food safety
» Deep-fried chicken, sausages, fried chips, meatballs from roadside or market sellers have cancer-causing chemicals in them. New rules coming soon.
3. opinion | 09 Jan 2015
GURU EDITOR'S NOTE
» If you've spent a lot of time in Bangkok, there are some sights that probably don't faze you anymore. Street vendors selling fried insects, ladyboys that are prettier than actual women, traffic jams stretching ...
4. lifestyle | 21 Dec 2014
» It is intriguing to look at the differences between food prepared in different parts the country. The character and weather of each region plays an important part in it. The plants used in cooking, for example, may not b...
5. lifestyle | 18 Dec 2014
Newspaper section: News
» Enjoy the spirit of Xmas with your family, friends or colleagues. Get into the festive mood with our special menu items incl. pan-fried Foie Gras, fresh seafood on ice such as Alaskan King Crab, Oysters, Rock Lobster, Ja...
6. lifestyle | 08 Dec 2014
» 'No one can cook prawn fried-rice as deliciously as the Glasses-Auntie in front of my soi. No matter who passes into my life, I take every single one of them here to eat at this store."
7. news | 05 Jan 2015
» Almost 4,000 victims have been killed in 16,969 violent incidents in the deep South over the past 11 years since the southern violence erupted, figures show.
8. news | 23 Dec 2014
» More than 16,000 families in Yala have been hit by what has been described as the worst flooding in decades, while the 4th Army is to step up relief efforts in the deep South.
9. learning | 12 Nov 2010
» The project to connect Thailand to a deep sea port at Dawei in Burma has been in the planning stages for a long time.
10. opinion | 02 Feb 2015
» While Bangkok and the rest of the nation accept the well-explained steps in the Prayut government's plan for the next phase of the southern peace dialogue, civic groups in the Deep South are not holding their breath