Part historical record, part how-to for cooks, Rotanak Ros’s “Nhum” pieces together recipes from a time before the country’s genocide.
In northern Cambodia, even the names exude an ancient romanticism. Angkor Wat. Phnom Bakheng. Phimeanakas. Meandering miles of movie-perfect temples. Join the masses at dawn and stumble through, awed by the stone intricacies of lost centuries.
This is a small peek into the true nature of Peace Corps work; development is not a beautiful linear graph of steady improvement.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia is a paradise for foodies, especially the Boeung Keng Kang 1 area, with many restaurants serving dishes from all over the world.
Every week, the Kitchen Story Facebook page posts a single instructional food video. A pair of hands and a calm voice speaking Khmer guide you through the ingredients needed for the recipe and steps to make it.
A private hibachi chef is winning hearts online for his selfless act of cooking for children who are affected by the school closures during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Pepper is believed to originate from southern India. But some chefs, including the late Anthony Bourdain and the Michelin-starred French chef Olivier Roellinger, have been drawn to pepper produced in Cambodia, specifically in the province of Kampot.
A gigantic elephant statue guards the entrance to Angkor Wat, a Cambodian restaurant hidden near Tokyo’s Yoyogi Station.
Rising powerfully above the bustle of the Cambodian capital, the Vattanac Capital Tower is, at 39 storeys and 188m high, the tallest building in the country.
Cambodia held its eighth annual Sea Festival in southwestern Cambodia's Kampot province on Saturday, attracting hundreds of thousands of festival-goers.
Cambodian cuisine, often overshadowed by its similar Thai and Vietnamese counterparts, is relatively unknown to the world in part because of its violent history. But a Cambodian chef is working to change that. VOA's Chetra Chap reports.
Cambodian cuisine has a long history and a diverse range of influences, yet it's only now becoming known beyond the country's borders.
Ratanak Ros, or Chef Nak, dedicates her life to preserving and promoting Cambodian cuisine.
Siem Reap's first insect tapas restaurant mixes cocktail culture with creepy crawler fare, serving up silkworm taro croquettes, a burger made of bugs, and a cricket cheesecake.
Hermosa’s Ethan Lim looks around the globe and asks “will it sandwich?”
Travellers flock to Siem Reap in Cambodia every year for a glimpse a the magnificent Angkor Wat. But true foodies know that one of the country’s best destinations for delicious local fare is, in fact, the capital of Phnom Penh.
Rotanak Ros, home cook turned ardent cultural ambassador, is on a mission to revive her country's ancient food traditions—before they're lost to history.
To say that it’s impossible to watch David Chang’s Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner without seeing what it owes to the television shows created by Anthony Bourdain—and in particular, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown—is neither dismissal nor complaint.
An iconic Cambodian restaurant that closed after more than 30 years in Seattle is making a comeback.Sisters Diane, Dawn, and Darlene walked KIRO 7's Siemny Kim through the new home for their beloved family restaurant.
The tuk-tuk rattled over a rough dirt road, jarring my bones, finally stopping when the road turned and seemed to disappear near a stream.