Our Home Restaurant: Pad Priawan

Our Home Restaurant: Pad Priawan

Posted on 05. Mar, 2010 by .

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A few months ago, the church decided to make use of the kitchen that normally stands empty during the week and open a restaurant. Now local business people stop in for lunch, students and parents have dinner before class, and the kitchen is pumping out tasty food. Yet another opportunity to practice Evangelism Through Church Business. We have a lot of repeat customers that come in a couple times a week for lunch.
Probably my favorite dish they make is Pad Priawan- Sweet & Sour…

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No Smoking

No Smoking

Posted on 01. Mar, 2010 by .

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Look at this picture. What you are seeing are photos of various possible consequences of smoking. They’re pretty gross. This packaging is just one aspect of the aggressive anti-tobacco campaign that Thailand has adopted over the past few decades…

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School Days

School Days

Posted on 27. Feb, 2010 by .

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Teaching seems to be the degree that I should have gotten. Ever since I graduated college I’ve been teaching ESL or substitute teaching. And I enjoy it. I also enjoy learning about different teaching practices. Let me give you a small idea of what education looks like in Thailand…

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More Businesses

More Businesses

Posted on 22. Feb, 2010 by .

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Somehow we got side tracked from the overview of all the businesses housed in Our Home Chapel. Let me tell you about two more of them: YOSO Travel, and Cut & Care…

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Food Friday: Morning Glory

Food Friday: Morning Glory

Posted on 19. Feb, 2010 by .

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A lot of people have the mistaken idea that Thai food is healthy food. I guess it can be, but quite often it’s not. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining! Especially in the case of this week’s post – Deep Fried Morning Glory with a spicy seafood dip. Morning glory is a flowering “viney” plant… and from what I hear, technically illegal to grow, import, possess, or sell in the U.S. – not because of inducing any altered states (although the seeds are a mild laxative), but basically ’cause it’s a weed.

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