Laotian Sticky Rice (Khao Niew)
Laotian sticky rice called khao niew is the base of every meal. It is ubiquitous there. Sticky rice is made from a glutinous rice that has a higher sugar content that regular rice which makes
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Alms giving in Luang Prabang, Laos is a 600 year-old tradition. I was fortunate to have a chance to participate in it thanks to Backstreet Academy. Furthermore, we visited the morning market and had a guided meditation session with a revered monk.
Ty & Aksonesey – Traditional Laos wedding ceremony
This is a traditional Laos ceremony that took place the day before the West Texas wedding.Aren't the colors and details just amazing?!Look back to see their other wedding images.
Alms Giving (Tak Bat), Luang Prabang
Every morning as dawn breaks in Luang Prabang processions of monks walk up and down the main streets accepting food offerings from people. Mainly sticky rice and bananas. They live off this food for the day.
Beyond Beerlao: Sampling Craft Beer in Laos
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An Introduction To Sticky Rice
Before even diving into a hot basket of steaming sticky rice, make sure you do a temperature test much the same way you stick your big toe in a lake before jumping in (although I don't recommend you trying the exact same method with a basketful of...