Thigh land seems to be sinking and shrinking due to Global Fashion Warning. Temperatures and expectations are running high and crossing the acceptable limits!
Whether it is achieving the vital statistics (36-24-36), fitting into Size 0 skinny jeans, opting for 6 hours visit to the gym and 4 Day diet fads, to name just a few are all often deep-rooted desires to fit the endorsements laid by the ever changing requirements of the Fashion World. The desire to fit into the same molds that are modeled on ramps, slapped across newspapers and paraded on the television is alarmingly on the rise. One of the most recent endorsements is the “Thigh Gap.” The hourglass figure requirements now also include shapely contoured thighs, which are not allowed to touch and then adorned by tight fitted clothes (or not) so that the elongated almond shaped gap between those thighs is more evident. (I not know)
Thigh gap Facebook page, thigh selfies on Instragram and thigh tweets on Twitter has certainly done well for Social Media as a whole. However, such horrific trivialities have also led to an increase in eating disorders, psychological diseases and last but not the least low ebbs of self-esteem. (This really run me nuts)
For all those who find this absurd can let the Fashionista world stamp this out in their self created insidiously cruel world and we can certainly take a hop over to good old Thailand. (Can Lah? )
As the third episode of my ‘Twisty Thai’ series I am showcasing these little delicacies, that are gentle on the thighs, incredibly simple to make, seductively easy to impress with and are called Rice Paper Mini Logs with Peanut Sauce. The gentle rice paper is filled with a collection of colorful, crunchy vegetables and meat (optional), sealed together and served with a tantalizing salty peanut dip laced with mellow sweet n sour flavors.