Musubi is another term for Onigiri or Omusubi which refers to a Japanese snack made of rice formed into triangle or oval shapes and wrapped in Nori (edible seaweed). Traditionally, the Omusubi is filled with pickled salted plum fruit called Umeboshi, salted salmon, bonito shavings, Katsuobushi , or any other salty or sour ingredient.
vegetable cut with 2 angled sides, for example, if a carrot is cut on a 45° angle then rolled ½ turn and cut on another 45° angle it’s shape will be long on one side and pointed on the opposite side. The larger cut surface releases more flavour in cooking.
soup made of tomatoes, onions, parsley, and red and green peppers served with toasted bread and fresh figs. Oliaigua is serve in a deep dish with the slices of toasted bread lining the base of the dish and it is traditionally accompanied by fresh, ripe figs served on a separate plate or container.
lemon grass, dried buffalo meat and skin, chilis and eggplant along with some Pa Daek are basic ingredients, but the really distinctive feature is the addition of crisp-fried pork skin and sweet basil. Or Lam is a spicy stew with mushrooms, eggplant, meat, lemongrass , chilies, dill and spicy wood called Sak Khan. When you chew the wood, it delivers a peppery, numbing, and oddly satisfying sting. Sak Khan gives out a very distinctive flavor and taste which is just limited to the basic sweet, sour, bitter, and salty.