A refreshing dessert of red jellies with a crunchy center floating in a pool of cold, sweet coconut milk (tab tim grob)
A simple stir fry of bok choy with crispy pork
Better than bacon - deep fried pork belly (known as moo grob/crispy pork in Thai)
Chinese Broccoli with Crispy Belly Pork is a very popular dish in Thailand where it is called ‘Kana Moo Grob” or ‘Pad Pak Kana Moo Grob’.
Crispy Pork Belly known as Moo Grob in Thailand is so delicious that just thinking about it makes my mouth water
[Recipe] Aussie Halo Halo, a twist from the usual Philippines 'Mix-Mix' because this one uses fresh Aussie summer fruits!
Tabtim Grawb - Faux Pomegranate Seeds: Crunchy, chewy, sweet, and refreshing, this is one of the most loved shaved ice desserts in Thailand.