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Mee Kati – Thai Rice Noodles in Coconut Milk Recipe

» 26 February 2014 » In Uncategorized » 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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Thai Temple Fair Adventure: Rotis, Rock & Beer

» 25 February 2014 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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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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Top 5 Thai Winter Warmer Dishes – A Personal View

» 03 February 2014 » In Uncategorized » 1 Comment

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Top 5 Thai Winter Warmer Dishes – A Personal View

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Pok Pok Cookbook Getting Started Kit

» 27 January 2014 » In Thai Food & Drink » No Comments

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Reuters News recently asked Chef Andy Ricker,  author of the Pok Pok Cookbook: Q: What are the kitchen essentials needed to cook the dishes in your book? Andy Ricker: At the minimum, you need a mortar and pestle and probably some way of making rice. Those are the two most important things in terms of […]

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The Story Behind Andy Ricker’s Pok Pok Sensation

» 14 January 2014 » In Thai Food & Drink » No Comments

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One of the most popular cookbooks of 2013, Pok Pok: Food and Stories from the Streets, Homes, and Roadside Restaurants of Thailand by Andy Ricker and JJ Goode has been a phenomenal achievement. Listed in AZ’s top cookbooks of 2013, Andrew Zimmerman comments “Andy Ricker’s a rock star and I adore his new cookbook. Perfect […]

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Som Tum Pee Set – Special Papaya Salad

» 09 December 2013 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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A big thank you to Pui at Pui’s Place Koh Phangan. She made us her Special Papaya Salad for us. Absolutely delicious! This Papaya Salad Thai(style) is surrounded by, peanuts, acacia seeds, baby bamboo, pickled spring onions with cabbage, sour sausage, eggplant, deep fried pork skin, boiled eggs, scallops and sausage. NB working clockwise from […]

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Thai Food – A Style of Eating

» 06 December 2013 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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I wanted to share a photo of a meal, for a friend’s birthday lunch. It is an illustration, how Thai’s eat at home, i.e. with a great variety of dishes. Often not all are finished (you must always have more than enough food!) but instead what is left is kept back and eaten the next […]

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Cook the real-deal with Andy Ricker’s Pok Pok Recipe Kits

» 02 November 2013 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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We’ve worked with Andy Ricker to create recipe ingredient kits to make it a little bit easier to cook up the detailed Thai recipes in his long-awaited Pok Pok Cookbook. You can find a handful of recipes from the book, including Papaya Salad in our site.

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How to Make Perfect Pad Thai Sauce Recipe Video

» 09 September 2013 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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Continuing on with our step-by-step Thai cooking videos, learn How to Make Perfect Pad Thai Sauce with our step-by-step authentic recipe.

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How to make Perfect Pad Thai: Roasting Peanuts

» 01 September 2013 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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Roasting your own peanuts to use in Thai cooking is much more delicious, with no salt added, compared to buying already roasted off-the-shelf. Also it insures their freshness without any preservatives. Watch our how to cook video, to see how easy it is to make Roasted Peanuts.

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