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Mee Kati – Thai Rice Noodles in Coconut Milk Recipe

» 26 February 2014 » In Thai Food & Drink » No Comments

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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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Ice is Nice: Thai Iced Tea & Other Cool Drinks

» 10 August 2011 » In Uncategorized » 2 Comments

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Thai Iced Tea is just one of the many frosty drinks used to beat the heat in Thailand. In this post Kaitlyn explores Thai-style Iced Tea, Coffee and colorful Herbal Teas that are found in restaurants and at street stalls across the land. These drinks are easy to make at home for your own dinners, summer parties and barbecues.

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Sugarcane at the Local Thai Market

» 21 February 2011 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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Fresh sugarcane for sale at a local Thai market. Throughout South East Asia sugarcane is enjoyed whole as a snack or squeezed for its juice. Thailand is a major exporter of cane sugar.

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Makha Bucha Day Words of Wisdom

» 18 February 2011 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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Makha Bukha Day is an important Buddhist holiday in Thailand celebrated on the full moon of the third lunar month. Many Thai people will visit the temple on this day to take part in candle lit ceremony. We visit the famous Wat Chedi Luang temple in Chiang Mai for the event where hundreds of people form a procession round the temple led by dozens of monks.

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A Sampling of Savory Thai Sausages

» 11 November 2010 » In Uncategorized » 1 Comment

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Thai sausages are relatively unknown outside of Thailand, which is unfortunate, as Thailand has a long tradition of preserving meat, and creating new flavors, with their spiced sausages like Naem and Sai Ua. Thailand’s street markets are crowded with vendors selling the local specialty sausage, grilled, smoked, or even deep-fried.

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Not-So-Famous Thai Noodle Dishes

» 08 October 2010 » In Uncategorized » 1 Comment

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Pad Thai is not the only option in Thai fried noodles. Pad See Ew, Raad Na, and Pad Kee Mao all use similar ingredients and small alterations to create their unique flavors. A noodle shop in Chiang Mai’s Old City serves up great versions of all three, plus spicy green mango salad.

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