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Try Gravadlax with Dill!

For no particular reason the word “Sennep” came to mind during the week! Sennep is Norwegian for mustard, and from that I thought of dill. Dill is a prolific herb found all over Asia and here in Thailand it is known as “packchee Lao” and is used in many local cuisines. In fact, a very similar herb is also plentiful...

Swim Away Salmon, Let Barramundi in.

It would appear, that Bangkok Bobs is only about meat, the best, finest quality beef available in Bangkok, or Thailand for that matter. But no, because whenever and wherever I see or experience a quality product which is not available here I make steps to bring that to market here. You will find many examples of that at Bangkok Bobs,...

To Grill or Not to Grill!

There are a huge variety of cooking methods involving meat. The common factor is heat. Meat may be wet-cooked, as in a stew or curry, and all the flavors are released into the pot. It may be fried, in which case it is cooked relatively quickly, retaining its juices. It can be grilled over a heat source, but care...

49 years of Service

Eating is one of life’s necessities. It can also be one of life’s great pleasures. The World population may be divided into two groups; those who work to live and those who live to work. As you belong to the first category, I suggest “why not eat well” and enjoy such a wonderful and varied selection you have from...

Out of the mouths of Babes come wisdom

A Thai lady came into Bangkok Bobs this week. Not once but twice. She explained that her nine-year-old son will only eat beef from Bangkok Bobs. Apparently, he has tried beef in some chain restaurants and hotels but says the beef just is not the same. “It does not have the real taste of beef, “he says. And that comment, dear...

Oysters

I think it was Mark Twain who said, “It was a brave man, the first one to taste an oyster”. That must have been millions of years ago! Oysters are grown just about anywhere where there is sea. Preferably at the water’s edge and somewhere, they can anchor themselves. The history of the oyster goes back to the origins of time....

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