I never thought I would ever be a teacher, but now I see a sign like this and get excited. My students are studying BONES! #FIELDTRIP
Yesterday, the school lunch was great! The best thing on the menu on the “feels like” 102 degree day was Kaang Lieng Soup. My friend Nut told me that this soup has been made in Thailand for hundreds of years. It consist of baby corn, pumpkin, a cucumber like vegetable, shrimp, mushrooms, and per many websites a Kaang Lieng seasoning pack (which can be found on Amazon). I found this recipe that seems like it may be worth a try, click here: Kaang Lieng Soup | Tasty Exploration. I don’t remember my school lunch being anything like this!
Every morning a teacher from Darunsikkhalai School for Innovative Learning (DSIL) is assigned a morning duty. This morning it’s my turn to say greet the students and their parents. This is Gong, one of the youngest, smallest and most adorable kids at the school. He told me that this bag was not a squid snack, it’s a snack made out of squids.
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