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Green Papaya Salad; Som Tum – Made by an Expert

Green Papaya Salad

I wanted to share my lunch with you, Green Papaya Salad (Som Tum), that Thai street food classic from Isan – the NE of Thailand. Delicious as it is healthy! Made at one of my favorite stalls in minutes. The chef is so experienced and fast…four chilis were deposited and pounded in her mortar in [...]

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Roti – A Thai Street Food Classic

Roti

Join us at the local temple fair with our latest streetfood video of Crispy Roti. If you would like to have a go yourself, try our Roti recipe – they’re as good as they look! Roti is an ever popular street food classic, that never tires. Simple but delicious. Be inventive with what you add! [...]

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Mee Kati – Thai Rice Noodles in Coconut Milk Recipe

Mee Kati, Thai Coconut Rice Vermicalli Noodles

A less well-known Thai noodle dish is creamy coconutty Mee Kati, Rice Noodles in Coconut Milk. Here’s our step-by-step authentic Thai recipe.

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Thai Temple Fair Adventure: Rotis, Rock & Beer

Thai Temple Fair Fruit Stall

Join us at the local temple fair with our latest streetfood video of Crispy Roti. If you would like to have a go yourself, try our Roti recipe – they’re as good as they look! Thai temple fairs are colorful, vibrant affairs and are a way for the local Buddhist temples to generate some income [...]

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Variety is the Spice of Life

Kao Geng

Variety is the Spice of Life

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A Great Alternative to Pad Thai – Pad See Ew

Pad See Ew

Pad Thai is an ever popular dish and if you are a noodle lover like me then you will also like Pad See Ew. The noodles are flat and fat rather like tagliatelle. Stir fried in a wok, with black soy sauce, some vegetables and the meat of your choice. Serve hot with small condiment [...]

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Getting Those Winter Coals Burning, or The Tao is a Wow

Thai Charcoal Outdoor Stove (Tao)

Getting Those Winter Coals Burning, or The Tao is a Wow

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Eat your Way to Prosperity in the Chinese New Year

Yu Sheng - Chinese New Year Festive Dish

Chinese New Year is celebrated around the world, traditionally for 16 days if you count the eve, and closes with the Lantern Festival. Celebrated with family and community, there are numerous foods typically served during this long festival, which are symbolic and hoped to ensure a year of happiness and prosperity, including eggs, roast pork and fish.

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Top 5 Thai Winter Warmer Dishes – A Personal View

Massaman Curry

Top 5 Thai Winter Warmer Dishes – A Personal View

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Happy Chinese New Year of the Horse!

Chinese New Year Offering of Steamed Cakes and Fruits

For more than a billion people worldwide, January 31st marks the beginning of a new year – Chinese New Year 4712! Ringing in the Year of the Wooden Horse, the Lunar Festival beginning on Friday, is predicted to be a year of romance, adventure, extreme weather and financial market fluctuations by Chinese astrologists. At this [...]

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