Kao Mok with Rabbit

I am a Southern girl. I grew up in the south of Thailand where food is spicier and made with more dried spices. Growing up, this dish was a big part of my childhood. Kao Mok, or buried in rice, is a Thai version of Indian Biryani. In the south, the cuisine is influenced by Malaysian and Indonesian cooking. Many recipes use more dried spices than the central or the northern part of the country. Kao Mok is one of my favorite things to eat. I never attempt to make this dish at home. The street vendors make them so good and it's always around the corner from my house. Something is just perfect to have someone else cook for you. Living here in the US, the dish is hard to come by. I can get all th

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