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Our family is of Chinese descent so we celebrate both Chinese and Khmer New Year. The tradition is to prepare the Hot Pot or Huo Guo that we call Culao in our family as my great grandfather probably landed on the shores of South Vietnam when fleeing China...

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Tag(s) : #Samlor Soup, #festivals

National dishes like the Samlor Khmer or Kari Saraman are accompanied by a careful selection of vegetables and herbs. This mix is an art as its combination must reveal the savor of the soup but not overpower it. Some vegetables are added to lighten the...

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Tag(s) : #nhoam salad, #Samlor Soup

The Madeleine is a simple and loved little cake that reminds Proust and many of us of our younger years at the French Lycee. It is easy to do, with only flour, sugar and butter as a base but it requires patience and lots of attention. Give it a try and...

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Tag(s) : #Desserts and festivals, #western

On the road to Oudong, the ancient capital city, there are marshes of lotus and families live from harvesting them every day. We use everything: the leaves to wrap food at the fresh market, the lotus flowers for the pagodas, the seeds to eat as snack....

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Tag(s) : #Fresh markets, #Daily life

A favorite for our family and friends gatherings, the canapés are finger food to welcome guests. They are of French origins, canapé means sofa in French and refers to the analogy that the garnish sits atop the bread as people do a couch! It is a decorative...

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Tag(s) : #western, #finger food