Son in law eggs

In Thai legend, a protective mother’s subtle devices led to the creation of son-in-law eggs, or kai look keuy. Upon learning that her daughter wasn’t being treated well by her son-in-law, the concerned parent fried up two hard-boiled eggs as a warning. The deep-fried pair sent a message: Get it together, or your “pair” will …

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Pie making trick

A pie maker’s trick is to substitute some of the water for vodka, which, at 40 percent alcohol, evaporates during cooking and helps mitigate the overproduction of gluten in the crust.

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