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Fried Rice – one of the most easiest Thai food to cook

31. May 2009

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Ingrediants: 3 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 tomato thinly sliced 2 teaspoons soy sauce 2 mushroom 1 teaspoons fish sauce 1 cup cooked rice 3 Thai chili pepper Optional 1/3 cuppork Optional ½ onion chopped Optional 1 lime Optional 1 green onion Optional 2 cloves garlic, minced Optional 2 eggs Optional Heat the pan and then […]

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Tom Yum Koong the Thai food that everyone knows

29. May 2009

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Ingredients: 4 cups of water 4 shrimps for big size and 5 – 7 for small size 5 mushrooms 1-2 limes 1 lemon grass (cut into pieces) 3 kaffir lime leaves (cut into pieces) 2 tablespoon fish sauce 5 sprigs cilantro 3 chili peppers 1 tablespoon nam prig pow Optional Start boiling the water in […]

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Join my Thai food twitter

28. May 2009

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I would encourage you to join my Thai Food Tweets; you will see small tweets when I am eating Aroi (Yummy) Thai food around Bangkok. You can off course see the full tweets once a week but maybe you want to have some tips on what to eat right away. So subscribe to my Thai […]

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Pad Thai – One of the most well known Thai food

28. May 2009

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Pad Thai is the most famous food in Thailand and you can find Pad Thai anywhere along the road of Bangkok. I’m sure that Pad Thai is one of the top three foods that the tourists know when they first come to Thailand. Pad Thai is the food that was discovered by the ex-Prime Minister […]

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Thailand food gets less sour

28. May 2009

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It looks like some people have to do with out real lime in their Thai food for the moment. The cost of lime in Thailand has gone up from a 50 stang to 10 THB now. Som Tam is one of the most popular dishes using lime and some Som Tam vendors are now using […]

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Thai food with Thai music

26. May 2009

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Where does Thai food come from?

26. May 2009

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Many different Thai food herbs are widely used to flavor and spices Thai food. The Thai food will taste and smell different depending who will cook it and where in Thailand you are eating. The way to deep fried the Thai food is coming from China and India has inspired with different spices Thai food […]

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Welcome to the Thailand Cooking blog

26. May 2009

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Welcome to the Thailand Cooking blog, I know people have been here before and looked but it has been empty. We will now try to fill it with Thai fabulous food and dishes from all over Thailand. Thailand cooking will also list Thai restaurants around the world and write about Thai restaurants in Thailand. If […]

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