Lunch time - not Chili con Carne, but very similar!
Wide noodles, pork meat and
vegetables and of course lots of fresh and dried chili. Bangkokians do not eat
very hot, the North Eastern Thais (Isan) are very keen on chili. Me too.
That is where my daughter's nickname "Pepper" comes from.
One Lard Na Mu (that is the name of this dish), a small dish with mixed fresh fruits (the standard desert in Thailand: Water Melon, Pineapple and Papaya) one Diet Coke in a can, one instant coffee totaled to a bill of Thai Baht 115 or ca. USD 2.80.
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My lunch spiced up with lots of chili: Lard Na Mu
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