No soup for you!

Today, October 16, is World Food Day, which is dedicated to promoting food security and ending hunger around the world. This issue is particularly pertinent to our Read More…

Finger fish by the pile

The Mekong River might be famous for its megafishes, like the Mekong giant catfish, but it’s also home to species on the “micro” side of the size Read More…

Full-service fish market

Fish meat is a delicious and important staple for the people of Laos, especially in rural areas where many lives depend on daily fish consumption (see Fish-kabob). Read More…

The flip-side of fish

Despite the numerous reported health benefits of eating seafood (decreased rates of heart disease and stroke, decreased inflammation, and improved brain and visual function),  Americans don’t consume Read More…

Fish-kabob

Food is fish in Southeast Asia. Wherever you look, fish are a major part of diets and contribute substantially to human nutrition and food security. Fish (no Read More…