King is a Thai word for ginger (Zingiber officinale): Ginger grows from underground stems, or rhisome. Mature ginger stems are buff-colored; young or fresh ginger is white and is eaten fresh and pickled, as well as cooked.
Fresh ginger is called king awn in Thai.
Khing ohn is a Thai term meaning "young ginger". ; - It refers to a ginger root which has not yet matured. . . . Read More
Dzhonzholi refers to Georgia's pickles made from the unblown inflorescence of Dzhonzholi tree pickled . . . Read More
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Pla Kaphong Nueng King refers to a dish from Thailand which is steamed snapper with ginger and chillies. . . . Read More
Lakerda refers to Armenian salted dried fish. It also refers to a pickled King fish. To make pickled . . . Read More
Hae kun refers to thin slices of shrimp eaten with a side order of Chinese syrup. This is a Thai fried . . . Read More
Jing leed refers to one of the most common insects used as snack food in Thailand. Jing Leed is cricket . . . Read More
Pad Thai is a fried noodle dish Thai style that is very popular not only in Thailand, but in any Thai . . . Read More
Salak (Salacca zalacca) one of popular Thai fruit described as pear-shaped, with dark brown scaly skin; . . . Read More
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Gaeng som pla refers to Thai sour soup. This is a popular fish soup that is quite common in Thailand. . . . Read More
Turian a Thai fruit with thick skin and spikes. It has a sweet smell when fully ripe and the meat is . . . Read More