Village Food in Thailand - SHRIMP CURRY and FORAGED VEGETABLES in Trat, Thailand!

Village Food in Thailand - SHRIMP CURRY and FORAGED VEGETABLES in Trat, Thailand!

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Good morning, I hope you're having an amazing day it's mark Wiens I'm in flat Thailand, and this is day four of our eastern provinces, of Thailand food and travel, tour today. I have a very special day for you we are on our way to ban, hai yang which. Is a community. In the forest, in throt and they. Are gonna, cook, for us some local very seasonal. Dishes using, some of the local, ingredients from this area I'm not sure all that they're gonna cook for us but I know it's gonna be delicious and I'm gonna share it all with you in this video right now. It. Was about a 25-minute drive to, get here from the center of throt town and we. Are at wat clonk root which is the temple, where someone for the cup from the community, is about to pick us up and then. We're gonna get started cooking, and eating, they. Should be here any minute. They, came, to pick us up we are following, them into the village now. Okay. And here, we are, oh. This. Place this. Place is gorgeous. Sunny. Cub sunny cop, lots. Of friendly dogs we have met up with the family this is where we're gonna cook this is where we're gonna eat it's gorgeous, there fruit, trees, it's. It's, lush, oh. Wow. This house is absolutely gorgeous you got to love that door net an old pair of jeans but, you walk up to this platform it's elevated it's, a huge. Platform, this. Is traditional, throught style, and it's it's, gorgeous, I mean you have the open air you. Have this, whole community, section, here I think the kitchen is back there and then. Over. On this side you have more of the, room section where you can sleep and they, have the the mosquito nets over there as well I'm, loving, it already. It's. Actually gonna be a very it's not just fried rice it's, gonna be combined with a bunch of ingredients and wrapped up in. Some type of a leaf. Wrapper, but also a banana, leaf so we're. Gonna go get a banana leaf - oh. This. Is a tropical paradise, they're durian, trees bananas. Mangosteens. The rambutan and it's, not quite, durian, season, yet but look so you can see the little dirt oh I just get bit by ant oh yeah, look at the ant. On. Yeah you, remember the dish it's called Mucha moon by Chuang which, is in English it's called Kawa garcinia. I'm. Still getting bit by ants, Cala garcinia, leaves this, is the tree right here these are the leaves I know it's an evergreen type of tree but. It's very, very commonly, eaten, in this region. Of eastern, Thailand they literally, have everything. That you need for a thought Thai, feast, within. This within. Their yard within this jungle. It's gorgeous. Absolutely, gorgeous. What's. Factual that's the actual name of it. Huh. It's. Like a little purse cow. Mock. And that's. The official, name of it so she took some of the fried rice stir-fried. With that numb prick and then she, adds in all the components of ingredients, specifically. Quite a lot of pineapple a cucumber. A salted. Egg and, a. Handful. Of cashews. And, fried. Fish, and that all gets wrapped up first into a banana leaf and then into that extra, giant. Leaf and she, makes a purse shape that's that's cool. Okay. Can you show your paw like I show your Hall. So. That's like a little lunchbox. Purse that's. All everything. You need for a complete meal wrapped, up in that leaf something, else that's very cool and I didn't know this from the start is that this is, a little spoon all natural.

And, That. She includes in this in this packet and even this string this is all natural this is made from that same wrapper the, greater the greater wrapper. It's. Absolutely, beautiful a. Little. Packet, the spoon is particularly. Cool, this is what I'm most excited to use I'm gonna get a little bit of that salted egg I'm, gonna get a little bit of that pineapple that, fish and, Oh. Cashew. I got to have a cashew, on this bite to scoop. Up a little bit and there's also a purple. Sweet potato in in the, the rice as well oh what, a bite. Hello. I'm on mmm. Oh. That's. Delicious, I mean, the rice has, a little bit of a shrimp paste flavor to it I think there's some shrimp paste in that numb prick, and. Then you've. Got the starchy pieces of sweet potato you've, got that sweet, balance, of acidic, pineapple, and then, the crunchy fish, that's. Awesome, that's, that's such a like soothing Nicks oh. My. God. Mmm. It's. Really awesomely good. Hmm. Yeah. You just it just it's. Such a harmony, of ingredients, and so, many different things going on honey like. She's. Getting immediately, started, on the next dish and she's making a curry with this fruit, called gaddama and if. I if I were just to guess is I've, never seen it before in Thailand. I've never seen it before in my life, but if I were to guess it looks pretty sour I'm gonna little crude fruits like that but. The first step is that I could be totally wrong the first step is that she added some salt and she's just mixing that around and then they're gonna cook it with shrimp. Back. In the kitchen they're squeezing. The coconut milk by hand that you, know it's gonna be that ups, the notch fresh. Coconut milk makes, all the. Difference. Oh. While. The curry was cooking we headed out to forage a seasonal, ingredient, along the banks of the water we are now going, off into, a boat to get an ingredient, it's a leaf I'm not totally sure what it is I've never had it before but we're gonna get the leaf we're gonna bring it back and they're gonna make one more dish and then we're gonna eat I can't wait to try that that other curry with the shrimp and then. The the other dish that she's gonna make. Though. The house is actually right, next to a river I. Mean. My, god. And. Again he told me that this is brackish, water and that's part of the reason why the fruit, and. Ingredients. In this area are so good they say because of the brackish water the, mangoes are extremely, sweet. Yah. Ding ding ah yeah. I like up, but. I'm done bison. Dung and. This is tight that type of leaf it's acting its of vine actually, it's the the Red Vine it has a red color to it. It's. Kind of looks like it's kind of tangled with some bamboo and that's, what we're gonna get. I. Need like a tiger Wow. Pulled. That vine off that. Is straight. Foraged, leaves, vines, from, the jungle, for. The dish she's gonna make. We're. Back at the house now with that leaf with that vine they're gonna make a gang sim which is a sour, curry getting, some by, sangani. While. The main meal is being prepared, we, took another brick, to eat another pre-meal, this, time a Royal Thai dish called kaanum jeans Sonam uncle, had made it himself for the family and we, just happened to have the honor to be there for the occasion, this was a surprise I didn't even know they were making this dish but it's called kaanum jeans Sonam, and this. Is a really. Old, traditional. Thai dish very hard to find, but. It's a summer, dish and I'm not whether you deal with the kind of Jean which is the the soft rice noodles and you have all the different components with. The curry yeah. It's, fantastic and, we're, all sitting down to eat it right now. For. For, here because. It means we have a coconut, we have a pineapple, know a nigga kneecap loam kebab King ginger Colunga. Na thum na na Rania. Delicious. There's. So many ingredients this. Is an exciting dish to eat. Yeah. This. Is ginger yeah. Raw. Garlic. Oh you. Come here I don't know and then I come thank, you, Oh too. Much today okay. Cause might be like hard, for. Me okay a cup I got all the components and now it's time to have a real actual, agree with. The fish meatballs. In here I'm. Gonna add it to that the side there. The. Fish balls are fresh and they are very spongy, all the garlic and the garlic and the ginger, down, there too a little, bit of all of this oh. Oh. Whoa. Oh. My. God oh my god. No. Might not mean hey Tommy. Okay. And uncle, was telling us that he made this special. Very, special it was completely, unplanned the sum of all the ingredients together, that. Makes it spectacular you've, got the coconut milk with the fish balls you've, got what.

I Like is the ginger. And garlic but paired with that salty fish sauce and then, the sweet pineapple what. A contrast, what, a delicious mix in your mouth and this is actually a traditional royal. Palace, Thai dish. Okay. I. Need. Some more. There's. No way you'll not have a reflow of this the. Entire sum. Of the ingredients but these these, fish balls are, notable, they are they, are stunning, that's, bringing, texture, all natural, all fish, he just pounds it with. Salt. He said and he pounded it by hand and the fish balls that's why they're all random shapes, and sizes and, it, those, are some of the best fish balls you'll ever have. Which. Awesome, and. I. Don't really know what we're doing on, the. Day has sort of shifted. We're. Just kind of hanging around, eating. And, I'm, loving. Every moment of it. Family. To me man cool, yes. No. Madam, is under some can catch I raka, home day. Nigga. Pentamidine. Do. Their. Color oh my. Dangling. Check, up her see added the, chili. Paste he added some extra chilies, and then he just added in some sour. Tamarind. And. You gotta make one. Cut. I mean cow. It's Barracuda, very fresh very tiny, said once you add in the fish and the shrimp you don't want to really stir it very much or they'll get a bad smell. Yeah. I see. The battle, game that. King so he put in the entire heap, of those, leaves that was a mound, of leaves and they immediately turned from a bright green color to kind of a like brown green color. Cumin. Poly. And final. Step is to add in a bunch of shrimp. But. Why let's have my bending i me. Pitt mireille. Cha-cha-cha. Ok you should have three flavors in one sour, salty. Sweet yes. Mm-hmm. Sweetie, laughs mmm, bye bye. Santa and prio Marcus. Allen. Is coming from the leaves and the camera oh, that's. Beautifully. Sour. Near. Like a dead hare. We. Are sitting down yet again to eat but these are the two dishes that are specifically, the seasonal, dishes from, this region, in that these, are ingredients the. Forage, Divine's and, then that other like little fruit, with. The shrimp, curry it looks delicious and, I. Can't. Wait to taste it so this one is that Ganga dawn with the, little fruits they're all below here all of that coconut milk and then.

The Shrimp I have to just taste that fruit first with some of that hurry. Some. Young. Boy. Okay. That's. Exactly right he's telling me you get the bitter first taste and then as you keep on chewing it's there to get a little, sweeter as it goes down but. Yeah I was totally expecting it to be sour not. Really sour but. Yet it is it, is bitter kind of like bitter gourd um. Like, a more subtle bitter that, is wrapped up in that that fresh coconut milk and then. It's a little bit spicy you've got that shrimp in there oh that's, spectacular. That's. Fantastic, I love. That bitterness okay. And next up this is the gang soul by sundown which, is that leaf and again, there's fish in here we saw him make the whole thing and these giant, prawns. Shrimp, but. That leaf I'm most excited about that leaf. Those. Leaves, are. Outstanding, such a sour flavor when, you cook them they, really are like more. Soft and more silky than spinach hire almost no chewing they sort of just dissolve in your mouth and he was very careful not to overcook the. Shrimp oh. Well. These are very soft though the shell first eat the shrimp and then I'll chase it with this bite of rice with, some of the leaves. All. That trip is incredible. It's. So tender and then, the man cumin which is the Gotama. We that hadn't buttered juices, it's. So creamy and so rich. What. A fantastic leaf, and it doesn't get better than foraged, leaves. And vegetables, just, wild, natural supreme. Yeah that's one of those leaves that's so sour and, immediately. Like leaves like that sour chalkiness, on your teeth. And. That, one is spectacular do, you, know they're both really good both. Totally. Completely. Opposite. In flavors. And. On, our way out the. The family graciously, gave us an entire bag, full of bananas right from their garden. What, a fantastic, day what, delicious food and a. Little, insight, into the, village, life community. Life in throught a, big. Thank you to the family for hosting, us and grandma for cooking and uncle also those special, dishes we didn't really plan much. Of what we were gonna do and it just unfolded as it did I'll have some information, in the description box below but the community, is called bon Qui tang and please remember to give this video a thumbs up and if you're not already subscribed click, subscribe now and also click the little bell icon so that you get notified of all the future videos thanks. Again for watching and, I will see you on the next video.

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my goodness council never complain that food higiene problem

Hi Mark is the brown leaf Opeh leaf which comes from the inner sheath of the bark of the Betel Nut tree and was used extensively during the Post War years to wrap foods like Hokkien Mee and Chee Cheong Fun.

That Reaction again xD damn.. cringed. 13:05

Love grandmas place, it's like paradise and uncles cooking❤️❤️❤️


Reminds me of my trip to thailand last April amazing food out there and amazing people :)


Ying is so beautiful

good stuff bro!

ive never seen someone so happy to be bit by an ant.....

Spoiler alert Gamora is dead. Thanos killed her.

I like


Nice Food , Nice House , Nice People and Great Video


Thank you for showing us Thailand traditional food lots of lov e to Micah ❤❤❤❤❤

Even I love that Ivy ground very tasty !!!!

How much of the package , Mark? For one night in local homestay with foods.

I really honour how you bring your family to work :) pls watch it its great indian dish..

Great videos as always! You are getting closer to Koh Chang, my home. Would be great to meet you while you are here, hit me up if you need anything while you are here, I know where to get the best som tam on the island

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Khanom Jeen Sao Nam is my favorite summer noodle dish! Simple ingredients, but so much knifework with the slicing, chopping and julienning of the components. Worth it though.

RIP ant. :'(

Love ur channel!.. You're so gracious and a pleasure to watch!... Ur exquisite faces, wonderful descriptions of the food ur tasting and all around down to earth demeanour...Thank you for ur videos..they make me smile

Oh oh oh oh. Give me a break

U are a Fake host. Ppl should stop watching ur show. #samereveiwfromu.mmmmmm

Everything is mmmmmmm, your no Andrew Zimmern

Really like the path your channel is taking in showcasing the rural local traditional native indigenous foods and lifestyle of the country’s you visit and in which you live. Documenting what may not be around in 50 years will make your channel more valuable to humanity that’s you envisioned. Xie xie!

He’s eating shrimp curry and I’m over here eating nacho cheese Doritos

brilliant mark, as allways--

I absolutely love your videos you have inspired me to travel

Micah is such a cute kid

Now this is what you call growing the Organics way, I would definitely love to eat here.. This is amazing

i think uncle was quit shocked that Mark added so much green chilli in the rice noodle, look at his face, that's funny

Gently brush off the ant next time Mark! lol I still believe you are an awesome human being nevertheless! :D

Hebat Lo Mark, Makan apa aja uenak beneeer,... Saluuut...

Delicioso! !!!! Lugar lindo! !!❤

Mark Saludos y bendiciones mi hermano deberías de visitar países de Centroamérica o Suramérica.

Hai I am Arun. I like vegiterian food. Are you like to come Kerala the god's own country.

Not only you Mark.Even I"m a thai peple . I never seeN that "Kradorm" in my live

Hi Mark, I am a big fan of you and I wish you need to explore a place in southern part of india which no international travellers has experienced. I am happy to be your host during your time ..Please let me know if you are planning . I am sure many of your fans would like that place which i am talking about.

Your smile gives me life❤

Hi Mark. This is unik video. You have to do more of this type of videos. Really enjoyed. I have traveled a lot in Thailand and you should show your country more.Thank you.

7:54 you see a lizard on the right of his forhead on the middle post middle of roof

woooow all the food looks so delicious! We are living in Koh Chang, as you should know already low season has started here but still have some good restaurant open. I can recommend you some good spot if you want, just let me know :)

Hi Mark i love your videos.How about a special collaboration video of the 3 best food reviwers on youtube? Mark Wiens, Trevor James & Mikey Chen.I think that will just be soooo awesome!

Did the uncle said in 'chanwattha?'

Hey Mark!!! What a milestone!!! Almost 2 million subs!!! Congratulations I wanted to be the first to say it

I know you love the hell out of peppers!!!!me too.

look at that anthmm yummyu can feel the taste

Hey Mark, love the vids also you haven't done a bloopers vid in a while would love to see some funny stuff ups.

weirdest ant bite reaction mr wiens

Great vid mark , keep up the good work bro , thanks for making me happy with this video , your mood is so happy , and your happiness is contagious thank you so much great vid

Mark when the food is delicious ur head always turn down in right side try sometimes at left side n say wowww

Mark i feel jealous to u that u make ur hobby as job haha,keep rocking n i keep giving thumsup liking to ur video n my frnds r also in ur subscribe members they also enjoying ur video...bless u bro

why does this guy always have a gigantic grin like he's about to burst out laughing look on his face?

two.things driving me insane these days 1.mark 2.thailand

god damn ants


We eat those leaves that you just picked by the river. In Vietnam there is a lots of them. Since we are now in USA didn’t think there will be some here but there actually is. They pretty sour and delicious taste when cook them. You can also eat them raw. And oh! It also grows fruits too. You should cook them with fish it’s incredible good. And the little green fruit which cook with shrimps they are actually vegetable. They bitter but incredible taste.

Mark, the fruit in the Prawn curry is a type of Gourd. A Pointed Gourd to be exact. Very popular in the Indian Sub-Continent. We call it Potol in the Bengal region

love your channel you need to come to Aruba sometime

Micah is a big boy now☺Soo cute.Beautifull village

How many language do u know dude

That location looks beautiful

Mark, Mark, Mark! So Amazing you will hit 2,000,000 Million subscribers this weekend!!! That's almost half the population of New Zealand! Congratulations and Blessings :) James & Kim we're also foodies (Treasure Hunt Traveler's)

Amazing to see how richly God provides!

Just 50k more subscribers and you hit 2 millions....

I love how the ลุง was impressed with Mark's tolerance to chili.

Can you Do a Travel Tour to lebanon

Mark weins congratulations for 2m subscribers will get soon

If u travel somewhere u cant speak the language do u have some one that tranlate for u or speaking english works? your videos are a insperation for me thinking alot to travel but im shy and idk if it wortk :)

I hate myself for watching these videos on ramadan

Anyone else notice that lizard thing on the ceiling behind mark at 7:54

Plz come to pakistan to try our food

Its amazing views in the province wish I could come their too MARK shall I join

3:13 sounds like something delicious

Terribly sorry but I didn't see too much of the "community life". please watch this video of lassi odisha,india

great video mark! love ying and micah! where’s joel??? glad you left him behind

Mark i love your videos and i from Philippines

Why doesn't your wife show more personality or talk or say hi? She's like not even important in your videos...... is that your culture?

If the food is bad.. Just say it's bad!! No need to act like you loved the food! Gezzzz

this guys sure does love food

is joel secretly eating behind the camera

Mark, thanks for speaking some Thai in your videos, it helps us learn!

Ur wife is beautiful .

I love thailand. I hope I have the opportunity to visit one day. The shrimp curry with the fruit looks so delicious. I find bitter to be quite delicious as well.

How are you not fat

Hi Mark, I love your videos but I have one question for you. Do you ever stop smiling? You must be the happiest guy on the planet.

they say cha like khmer

when you eat and explain of taste, texture ...............

auntie is completely dressed up for appearing in the video. so lovely ... and uncle is pretty cool. love this djangal episode!

like in Philippines view

nice I like it

Sandan looks like a Malaysian Dish called Asam Pedas. Its awesome

Mark,love your videos,hope you have in mind,Trinidad and Guyana.

That food looks so rich in flavor and nutrients...all fresh ingredients just delicious bro!!!

Hi Mark hope you could visit Philippines again but in the southern part which is in Iloilo City of Love! I’d love to be your tour guide! By the way the green shirt on your youtube profile pic. Hope to see you soon! Cheers!

With all that awesome and gorgeous food no wonder you were hot to Trat Mark!

how do you not get fat after eating and eating and eating so much food? for me just looking at you eat makes me fat, even just breathing makes me fat. how man how?

This makes me miss Thailand so bad! All the food there is incredibly delicious!

8:12 when you know its spicy enough xD

Mark can you help me start food toure you tube fro. Bhutan damer gurung

Wow... I like petai cina, this is my favorit. Please sub back to my channel. Ok

Oh Mark! I have driven to TRAT so many times en route to Koh Chang and only stopped off to buy fruit (mainly sala which I love) but your vlog has totally opened my eyes to what can and should be enjoyed in TRAT. That royal dish that 'uncle' made.... WOW! Great, great vlog, Mark.... I sooooo enjoy enjoyed this.

Amazing place and food.

that asshole with a cap on is so loud. trying so hard to take the limelight as well.

Love the top from the old lady that lace, if my mom see that top will love it. Always great videos. Love from Puerto Rico

Reminds me of sinigang (Filipino sour soup)


I love you Mark. Thank you for allowing us to experience this with you!


Wow, amazing video as usually, Micah is so adorable n he's getting so big, hi jing

3:13 AntsCanada does not approve!

ในปกนึกว่า สตอ แต่คือ กระดอม ? ไม่เคยเห็นเหมือนกันค่ะ

Chewing on giant pieces of garlic and ginger and chilis not really my idea of good food to be honest. Looks ok but yeah I'm good

I live for this guy’s reaction!

Your wife so lovely...

Grandma was exquisite in her lace top. Food looks crazy delicious. Uncle with mad skills too. Another excellent video. Watched your last video in this series and realized despite being a subscriber didn't get notifications on this one. :/

aha i know how to make that shrimp dish that common in sumatra

Thank you and your lovely wife for taking me with yoy. Keep up the excellent work. “TRAVEL ON!”

I wanna go there

yes. Indeed the kanom jeen is very particular. My mother is from trat yet we have never tried this type of kanom jeen. It looks very good. We shall try this recipe at home soon.

7:52 that lizard boi was like "hey Mark can i be in your video please??"

I’m thai and I’m proud

น่ากินมาก good i dea

Man! I never thought I wanted to travel until I found this channel. Mark, Ying , and Micah are all amazing to listen to and watch as they travel the world. God Bless your family!

the food looks so elegant and simple. I love your appetite. True food lover.

7:55 little lizzard running away

what is brackish water mean Mark, heading to Trat in July

ow ya look at the ant 3:12 XD

Trat is my home town and you put me into a shame as some dish I have never try since it's a very unique to a certain area. One thing tho, you make me miss how lush green and organic life my people lead. I am missing those organic supermarket around the house.

Beautiful country, beautiful food, beautiful people. what more can you ask for? Thanks for the journey, Mark. I love it!

That royal food waooo

Living the dream man. Living the dream.

This food is right up my alley. Holy moley that looks good!

I heard “A salted egg” as “Assaulted Egg”

Beautiful community

What a paradise!

Look at the structure of the houeses inthe village. It must be very safe place to live.

mark wiens please come to bengalore karnataka india

Mark sorry but youre sucha liar

Fish balls with boiled eggs and raw Chillies with ginger and garlic with sugar and pineaple

Thai food best in the world

I find your random things amusing ~ "I got bit by an ant ... ooh look at that ant!" Smoosh! haha

Thai people very friendly . Like my girlfriend , she's from khon kaen issan province.

Not only thai food nice but thai people also nice

Besides African food and yes I mean the continent as I've eaten most African countries cuisine, Thai food is second for me and a roast has to be third as I eat it almost once a week lol.

I still don't understand how people walk into their houses with shoes they were outside.

Since watching your videos Mark, I have increased eating fresh chillies with my meals

"oooh too much spices kap" Mark,"for me its okay kap"...

This looks like a healthy slice of paradise. Thanks for sharing.

hey i love ur videos.........

Holly Wollygog i workout 6 days . 1 and half hour daily

Sandeep Gurung it's called exercise

Do you ever get a stomach ache from eating so much rich delicious food? I always see you eat enough for 3 men,maybe more!! But,yet you are still small around your waist also! Wish I could eat like that!!

Mark, you are very lucky to experience this, and thank you for putting these videos up, you are awesome :)

Dont screw with Thai people and their way of cooking, they are freakin Gods.

Im so shocked at how Thai people are with their food, their creativity knows no bounds. I love their culture and food, its too amazing.

im just curious mark, your not getting fat despite all those food that you ate lol

you should be on TV my friend. travel channel is not worth watching, but I'd watch this all day

Damn - Dude can't twirl pasta, can't crack crab and can't even peel shrimp. So Sad.

Hey, Mark - why do you only (very) rarely address your funding sources?

Kratom is native to Southeast Asia and has opiod properties. Im Malaysian and consuming/cultivating Kratom trees are illegal here. Im pretty sure its the same in Thailand. I've never seen it before myself, you're so lucky you got that opportunity to experience something even most locals wouldn't have had a chance to try.

You should not to kill ant, they have right for life, god made ant life and you don't have right to take their life, ant bite wouldn't have disease

what a culture those from Thailand preparing food near on the floor near the foot. I don't like it.

Thanks for introducing Loog kradorm and Bai sandarn from eastern region.

i don't understand you can eat so much during one afternoon. its like eating lunch 3 times in one afternoon. At this rate, you will spoil your stomach

Thai cuisine is unbelievable and distinct.

I enjoyed your videos but I just can't watch the same face that u make every time u eat something nice. I mean after a billion same reactions it gets old

Please show more of Micah - he's so cute!!

Udang sambal goreng belimbing wuluh .. Nice mark

I follow him quite a while now and after watching his videos I'm always hungry.

I adore watching your videos! Do you know it's because of you I booked my first trip to Thailand.

Hi, Mark.. I love to visit and travel my postponed trip to Thailand for a month, is it possible to meet you in person in Bankok. Love to bring some Korean stuff for Micah...~~ haha, let me know, could be in december..this year..

Heyy mark i like ur all video's. She's ur wife???

laughing at mark with the ant bite on leg or !!!!!!

This is how every family meal should be!!!!

It cool

This is just making me so hungry lol my mouth is watering. I am experimenting with more Thai recipes too bad I’m not there that would be amazing food!

What is the flaky stuff you put on the second meal before you added the green chilie looking stuff? I’m gonna look in the description again just in case I missed it. Love how peaceful Thai people and meals seem, so unexpected.

Oh your son’s name is spell Micah. I have been spelling it Mika. Sorry

Wow what a beautiful paradise. Thank you for sharing. Your son really has grown. Still sooo cute.

i cant wait.........

The curry dishes look a little bit like the Indonesian/Dutch "rijsstaffel", with the base dish and all the extras that you can add to customize the experience to your own taste.


Why did you kill that ant?

How to learn thai?? How many days learn thai??

wOw! a paradise of all those fresh veggies and herbs

All that chilli Mark!!! Love the video. That place is beautiful!

This looks awsome but it looks spicy hot

The positivity in these videos is contagious. Really makes me forget my worries. Thanks. Even the comment section is great to look at

you are a part of their family !

Hai Micha how r u baby?



I love the gracefulness that you carry about yourselves. Both yours, your wife and beautiful baby boy. Thankyou all for sharing your food experiences. It certainly encourages me to want to eat. I hope one day you and your whanau (family) will visit us here in Aotearoa (New Zealand). Nga mihi nui ki te aroha whanau (big love to you and your family). Kia Ora.

Great vid

That uncle he's one of master of Thai Food

"Oh I just got bit by an ant!! Ohh yeah!" "Oh I keep getting bit by ants!"

This is almost an Eden. Maybe too many bugs. Food looks fantastic. I love Uncle's hat!

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