Sunday, February 25
Sakon FC at
Nong Bua Pichai FC
Thursday, March 1
Magha Puja
No Alcohol sales
Saturday, March 3
Sakon FC hosts
Mahasarakham
Wednesday, March 7
US Consular Outreach
Udon noon to 3 pm
8-11 March BKK (televised)
2018 King’s Cup Elephant Polo
Saturday, March 10
Sakon FC at
Ubon UMT
Saturday, March 17
Sakon FC hosts
Surin City
23 - 25 March
2018 King's Cup Football

Sunday, 1 April
Tha Rae
Easter parade
Friday 6 April
Chakri Day
13 through17 April
Songkran

Friday, January 27, 2017

Half of Thailand is doing the cooking while the other half decides where to eat next

Multiple small meals are healthier than three main meals. 
Eating increases body temperature. Internal organs are working digesting your food.   Large meals can also lead to legarthic feelings. 
When the temperature around you averages 100 F or above, you don't want to eat large meals during the day.  
Typical Thai eating starts the day with a soup or puree. The liquid aids in a quicker digestion and should provide enough nutrition and a number of health benefits.
Throughout the day small meals, more like snacks are partaken as hunger develops.  More soup, fresh fruit, a spicy salad, chicken wings, the choices are plentiful,  street vendors and shops are endless.  Prices start as low as 10 Baht for some meals.
Depending on the season, fried bugs may also be available, (if you must indulge bring breath mints).  
The evening meal is the main meal of the day.  Mostly a family affair and starts mostly after the sun has gone down.  Even preparation is a family affair. There's the go getters, the fire starters, food prep work and the cleanup. 


additional reading: How is Body Temperature Affected by Eating?
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