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  1. Being a vegetarian, I can’t say I’m big on fried chicken, but that coleslaw and sauce looks dreamy! And these photos are absolutely gorgeous as always. You truly know how to bring out the best in your ingredients.

    • Pang

      Awww… Meghan, you are so sweet as always. Thank you so much for your sweet words. I am SO happy that even though you are a vegetarian you still like the post 🙂

      P.S. SO sorry for the late reply. Being out of town makes it hard to blog regularly 😛


  2. Such a pretty salad. Also, your photos are beyond spectacular. I love seeing your style evolve and how your photos are improving with every post. So inspiring Pang!

    • Pang

      Awww.. Alida, you must know that your blog/photos contribute to my improvement. 🙂
      Thank you SO MUCH for such wonderful words. I am so so so glad you stopped by 🙂


  3. Wow, such a colorful and lovely slaw! I love coleslaw too and will eat it any chance I get. Though, around here it is usually not good at restaurants. Thankfully, so easy to make myself! I love the dressing with ginger paste! I have to try it. I’m so glad you’re home and enjoying memories and family and friends! That’s just the best!

    • Pang

      Thank you so so much, Sophie. I am so glad you are going to give it a try. Let me know how it goes when you make it, yes?
      xoxo


  4. These veggies look delicious Pang, but what I really want right now is that chicken!! Oh it looks yummy, and I totally agree on KFC because for me it’s exactly the same, this is the only one I don’t mind and I like KFC chicken from time to time 😀 I think it’s too much pasta for me at this stage and I crave nice, respectable piece of fried chicken!

    • Pang

      hahaha… Yes, I agree with you. I will choose fried chicken over pasta any day, but I would not say no to pasta where pasta is an official dish either 🙂
      xoxo


  5. Wow, your photos are just stunning! What a unique coleslaw, so colorful and beautiful. And the chicken looks like it would melt in your mouth!

    • Pang

      Thank you so much for stopping by, Shari, and for your sweet words. I am so happy you like the post 🙂

    • Pang

      Thank you SOOOOOOOOOO MUCH, Maria. You are so sweet, and I so appreciate those kind words very much.
      yay!!! xoxo


  6. this looks crazy delicious dear pang!! would love to have it for lunch now 😀
    x
    nora & laura

    • Pang

      I would love to make them for both of you any day. Thank you SOOOO MUCH for your kind words. You are so sweet.
      xoxo

  7. Sylvia

    Pang, as always blown away by your photos!!!! Beautiful! Lol, I can really relate to what you are saying about being a little girl back home. When I visit my parents in Switzerland and stay at their house, I am their child again. But you know what, sometimes I really enjoy that. My mum cooks amazing Thai food for me and I really get spoilt – not bad too, from time to time. Because here, in the US, I am the one running the whole household (my hubby is not the biggest houseman) and it’s nice for a change to be taken care of. Well, enjoy time with family and friends, I know how wonderful Thai hospitality is! hugs, Sylvia

    • Pang

      Huge hugs to you as well, Sylvia. I am with you that I, too, run a household in the U.S. It’s nice to be spoiled 😛
      So happy for your kind words as always, and am looking forward to your new post 🙂

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH, Nathalie. I am so glad you like those photos. xoxo


  8. Love buttermilk fried stuff, this chicken being surely completely delicious! And that colorful salad (especially love the black sesame dots!) is just a feast for the eye!

    • Pang

      Thank you..Thank you..Thank you.. You are so sweet as always. So happy you are here, and like the post 🙂

  9. Echo chen

    so beautiful!

    • Pang

      Thank you..Thank you..Thank you SO MUCH 🙂

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