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Rapat’s Pad Thai: A Street Food Classic

When I was visiting Metrohm Siam, Product Manager for Ion Chromatography Rapat Boonpong showed me around Bangkok and he took me to Cambodia to see the temples of Angkor Wat. He also took me to eat Pad Thai. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to properly enjoy it because my stomach was being a bit uncooperative at the time. […]

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Kaya: Coconut Jam so Rich and Sweet, it’s Crazy!

The Hollywood blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians might have put Singapore in the limelight recently. But I would think it is our food that makes this country unforgettable to some. Come here and you will realize how easy it is to find international cuisines at different corners of our City State. Due to cultural similarities and history, we share many […]

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How to Shop, Cook, and Eat Like an Indonesian

I tried a variety of different foods in Indonesia. In a country as big, there are of course different cuisines, but all of them (at least those that I tasted!) have one thing in common: they’re spicy. If a dish isn’t spicy, something spicy is added, usually one of the various kinds of sambal (chili […]

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Nasi Lemak: A Recipe for Malaysia’s National Dish

Nasi Lemak is a Malaysian favorite, and is a must in any Malaysian-style breakfast. However it can be eaten throughout the day. It’s a dish that unites the nation, despite the diversity of ethnicities, cultures, and cuisines in Malaysia. Nasi Lemak consists of fragrant coconut rice with various sides and condiments. A typical plate of Nasi […]

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Manti: A Turkish Recipe for the Patient Among You

Just before heading off to the airport, our colleagues at Metrohm Turkey had one last challenge for me: cooking manti, a kind of Turkish pasta filled with ground beef. I really recommend you try this recipe, because these manti are to die for, but know that the preparation takes some time. But if you cook […]

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Korvapuustit: How to Bake Finnish Cinnamon Rolls

Korvapuusti is the name of one of the most popular Finnish pastries: the cinnamon roll. It’s so popular that most flour packages that you buy in Finland will have a recipe for the traditional cinnamon rolls printed on them. Salla Paajanen, head of Metrohm Nordic in Finland, invited me to celebrate midsummer in their lakeside cottage […]

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A Taste of Slovenia: Rolled Dumplings

Slovenia is very small country but we have a big variety of dumplings. We prepare them from different kinds of dough and with various fillings. The most typical and popular variety are cottage cheese dumplings, which can be served as a side dish with different kinds of vegetables and meats or as a dessert with […]

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