Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Cha Gio)

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Ingredients

½ cup of KANI FRESH (tear into small pieces)

150g of ground pork

1 cup of vermicelli (soaked in water until soften, cut short)

1 tbsp of minced garlic

½ cup of shredded carrot

2 tsp of soy sauce

2 tsp of sugar

1 pack of Vietnamese rice paper

100g of bean sprouts

¼ cup of shredded ear mushroom

1 tbsp of flavored sauce

2 tbsp of vegetable oil for pan frying

Vegetable oil for deep frying

Water

Direction

  1. Heat oil in a pan; fry garlic until golden brown, add ground pork and stir fry until medium cooked. Add carrot and ear mushroom. Stir fry together.

  2. Season with soy sauce and sugar. Add KANI FRESH, vermicelli and bean sprouts. Stir fry then set aside.

  3. Soften Vietnamese rice papers with water and place on flat container. Put the filling in the moist rice paper, fold the rice paper over the filling and roll. Deep fry the spring rolls till golden brown, then drain the oil. Serve with sauce.

Ingredients for Sauce

“WASABI-O” Wasabi Paste

3 tbsp of sugar

1 tbsp of coconut juice

2 tbsp of pounded red chilies

¼ tsp of salt

2 tbsp of vinegar

¼ cup of scrape carrot and radish

Direction

Mix sugar, coconut water and salt together. Stir to dissolve sugar, add vinegar and boiled. Add red chilies and simmer for a moment then set aside. Add radish and carrot, stir until blended. Top with “WASABI-O” Wasabi Paste

source : อ.อมราภรณ์ วงษ์ฝัก และ Chef Water Lee

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Grilled Pork with Steamed Rice (Com Tam Suon Nuong)

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Ingredients

5 pcs of KANI-O

400g of sirloin pork

1 egg

1 tbsp of minced lemongrass

1 tbsp of minced garlic

1 tbsp of flavored sauce

1 tsp of sugar

1 cup of steamed rice

2 tbsp of chopped spring onion

1 tbsp of fish sauce

¼ tsp of pepper

2 tbsp of vegetable

“WASABI-O” Wasabi Sauce

Direction

  1. Mix pork with garlic, onion, lemon grass, fish sauce, soy sauce, sugar and pepper. Well marinated for about 2 hours.

  2. Roast pork till cooked. Set aside to warm and slice into pieces.

  3. Fried egg in circle plate until cooked.

  4. Serve steamed rice with roasted pork, KANI-O, fried egg, pickles and “WASABI-O” Wasabi sauce

Ingredients for Pickles

½ cup of vinegar

½ cup + 2 tbsp of sugar

¼ tsp of salt

½ cup of scraped carrot

½ cup of scraped radish

Direction

Boil vinegar, sugar and salt together, then simmer for a moment. Add carrots and radish into the mixture for 15 minutes. Ready to serve.

source : อ.อมราภรณ์ วงษ์ฝัก และ Chef Water Lee

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18 Social Media SEO Resources to Improve Your Search Ranking

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Why Social Media SEO?

It’s not enough to have a popular website with good content anymore. If you want better search engine results for your business, it’s time to look at how social media influences those results.

It used to be that SEO revolved around two things: using the right keywords, and the number of authoritative sites that linked back to your content via inbound links.

Then social media came along and changed everything.

Search engines have begun to incorporate social signals (Facebook likes, retweets, +1s and so on) to inform their search results.

The following articles dig a little deeper and explain what you need to do to make sure you succeed at social media and SEO.

6 Reasons Social Media Is Critical to Your SEO: If you need more clarity on how SEO and social work together, Stephanie Frasco explains on Social Media Today that the old days of website marketing are over and Google has found a newer, smarter way to measure the popularity of your website—social media.

How to Succeed at SEO With Social Media Marketing: On ExactTarget Amanda Nelson likens SEO and social media to peanut butter and jelly, the idea being that the two need each other to succeed. Dig in and enjoy the nuggets of wisdom and some best practices shared in a conversation between Amanda and her guest, Ray Grieselhuber.

#1: Publish High-Quality Content

You’ll hear it over and over because it’s true: “Content is king, and everything else is gravy!” If you can get your content right, you’ll have set a strong foundation for SEO success. Here are some posts to get you thinking in the right direction.

Why Content Is Part of a Smart SEO Strategy: Google continues to push a quality-over-quantity approach to drive search traffic to a website. In this post on Search Engine Journal, Sujan Patel explains why quality content is important to SEO and how your strategy must go beyond keyword optimization and link-building.

How to Write So Google Loves You (Easier Than You Think!): Do you often wonder whether you should be writing for people or for search engines? Well, this excellent post from Nicholas Whitmore instructs you to just “write how you speak“—and with good reason. Check it out!

#2: Make Social Sharing Easy

Getting people to share your content on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and other networks connects your brand to the wider social web, which allows your message to potentially reach thousands of prospects. The following posts explain how to get your content shared easily and quickly.

How to Customize Your Social Share Buttons for Increased Traffic: In this helpful how-to Social Media Examiner post, Angie Pascale walks you through the process of pre-populating social media share buttons for Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Facebook with links to your own website.

6 Ways to Create Content Your Readers Will Share: This short and sweet post byMartin Lieberman of Constant Contact reminds us that the holy grail of social media is not likes, but shares and retweets. Social sharing is the tech version of word-of-mouth marketing that drives new business for a brand.

Social Sharing: How to Inspire Fans to Share Your Stories: In this Social Media Examiner podcast, Simon Mainwaring explains how to tap into the power of your fans to spread your stories. One important lesson he shares is that brands have to stop talking about themselves and start talking about their customers.

600+ Places to Share Your Content and GET MORE Traffic: This is priceless! After you’ve hit the Publish button on your blog, you’re not done. This ultimate “power list” compiled by Kim Roach shows you 600 different places where you can distribute your posts to reach an even wider audience.

#3: Boost Your Images and Profiles

If you’ve been blogging for a while, you know that images can be a powerful SEO magnet. The problem is, they’re often overlooked in favor of written content. This is a big mistake. These articles explain how images impact SEO and the different areas of image optimization that you need to focus on.

3 Ways to Optimize Images for Search, Social Media & User Experience: Ashley Zeckman of TopRank Blog explains how images can have a big impact on visibility in search engines. Her actionable tips on how to make your images important searchable assets are a must-read!

5 Must-Have WordPress Plugins for Perfectly Optimized Images: Ann Smartyprovides an impressive list of absolutely must-have WordPress plugins to optimize blog images and see your traffic spike. It’s got a lot of important details, but thankfully the screenshots make it easy to follow along.

#4: Don’t Forget Authorship Metadata (Google+)

One of the most important features of Google+ is authorship. Simply put, this feature allows the author’s picture to appear next to search results of content they have created. The following posts explain how Google authorship impacts content creatorsand SEO.

Google Authorship: The Future of Your SEO Is You!: Over at Search Engine Journal, Bernadette Coleman reminds us how important it is to embrace author rank. With Google authorship, you can improve your search ranking and brand yourself as a thought leader in your field. And all you have to do is add a face to your work!

How to Add Google Author Tags to Your Blog for Improved Search Results: In this Social Media Examiner article, Don Power asks, “Does Google know you’re the author of the content you publish?” A lot of bloggers don’t know how to answer that question, so if you’re one of them, you need to read all about it here!

Getting Authorship to Work: A Moz.com Case Study: What can you do if you have trouble getting Authorship to work smoothly on your blog? Ruth Burr from MOZ, shares how her company navigated several hiccups to successfully integrate Authorship into Moz.com, so you can troubleshoot your own installation.

#5: Measure Social Media Performance

Whatever your goal, measure! Measuring and analyzing your efforts are key to having effective SEO tactics. When you track and analyze what’s working, you can focus on the things that matter. These very instructive posts will start you off on the right foot!

Measuring What Matters in Social Media: There are many reasons your brand uses social media in the first place—increasing brand awareness, generating leads, driving sales and many more. The only way to know whether you’re achieving those goals is to measure them. Unfortunately, as Tania Yuki of ComScore observes, many brands get fixated on measuring the wrong things.

How to Measure Your Social Media Traffic Using Google Analytics: Liz Lockardis spot-on with her comprehensive instructions for using Google analytics to track the impact of your social media traffic. Having this information helps you know where to focus your efforts in social media!

How to Measure and Report Social SEO Metrics: Measuring social media is tricky enough, but measuring the impact of your social media efforts on SEO can be even more mind-boggling. Thankfully, Clayburn Griffin has you covered in this informative post on Raventools whose key message is, “Pay attention to the data. It will tell you what to do.”

Source : http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/social-media-seo/

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