One day we hired a guide and a car to do some sightseeing. During a trip through a village we saw some women operating a grindstone to make rice flower, in liquid form. We were explained this would be used for 'pancakes'. Later that afternoon we had lunch at a restaurant in the middle of a coffee plantation. The pancakes were on the menu, and we ate them. We liked them so much that we asked if we could order one more and record the process of making them in the kitchen. The whole story with detailed photographs of the process will soon be published on our blog on http://foodfromnorthernlaos.com
(The name mentions Laos, our most visited country, but this was recorded in Cambodia instead)
This is only a few pictures, the total series on this subject will follow as soon as my internet connection gets a bit more cooperative.
© Kees Sprengers - Ethnic Diversity in Luang Namtha - Laos