Carol Taylor has such a rich life in Thailand and grows her own food in the form of turkeys and also rice out on the farm… and this week she shares the progress of the rice crop and also introduces us to the snake gourd.. which does look like a python hanging from the rafters, but makes an excellent raita…head over and enjoy.
Welcome to this week’s travel and traditions where I am taking you down on the farm where everything is still done how it was many years ago no mod cons just hard, back breaking work…
Everything in the garden is coming up roses as the saying goes it looks like we will have fruit and vegetables galore.
Some of the fruit and vegetables I am familiar with as you can get them almost everywhere.
Others are very new to me and I am having to do a little research as sometimes there isn’t an English pronunciation for the Thai word.
This one looks quite creepy I think and I was quite expecting to see a snake so I go along quite gingerly watching where I tread.
Snake Gourd Riata.
2 cups of natural yoghurt.
2 small snake gourds diced.
The snake gourd has a naturally occurring waxy white surface so…
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