In the following videos, the founder of the SSI (Thailand Quick Response) team shows of one of her meals — whole grilled asparagus with black garlic sauce, wild mushroom kabob with pad Thai and rice and roasted tomatoes with bean sprouts, among others.
SSI is a program that has locations in Bangkok, Pattaya, Siem Reap, Chiang Mai, Pathum Thani, Phuket, Krabi, Rayong, Songkhla, and Sriracha.
The Thai department store Rayoost will be donating 100 nights in a row of whole grilled asparagus, wild mushroom kabob, roasted tomatoes, rice and seasonal vegetables to the program to support global childhood hunger and poverty.
Be sure to watch the third episode of SSI, which tells the stories of the people who sell fresh products in the post offices during the peak tourist season, and discover the hidden charm of old-style Thai women who are still using traditional recipes and recipes passed down through generations.
Meanwhile, the United Nations says 1.8 billion people in the world do not have enough to eat. President Trump plans to remove the U.S. from the Food and Agriculture Organization’s annual hunger report, and Congress slashed the agency’s budget by 25 percent this year.
The desire to help that many people will make you hungry, too. If you can’t give back your own money, try at least working to help feed the hungry globally. The U.S. has the world’s second-largest humanitarian assistance program after the United Nations.
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