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Dawk jan is the Thair word for mace. It is also called dok chan

Deuuat is the Thai word which means "to boil", "to froth", or "to foam"

Dton hawm which literally means "onion plant" is a Thai term which means green or spring onion.

Deum is the Thai word for drink
Daan tart refers to tiny tart shells filled with sweet egg custard. It is also known as Custard tarts - a variety of sweet

Drunken chicken refers to a marinated whole chicken, steamed and then soaked in dry sherry or Chinese shao-shing wine for at least a day. Cut into bite-size pieces and served cold. It

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