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Thai Meetup @Hamachi, Coral Springs

We just had a Thai Meetup at Hamachi, a newly opened Thai-Sushi restaurant in Coral Springs. I am very impressed with their Thai food especially Lad Nar noodles (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวราดหน้า) and Drunken noodles (ผัดขี้เมา), both made with fresh noodles. The Lad Nar had the taste just like I used to eat in Thailand. Kudos to Tony […]

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Thai Fried Rice ข้าวผัด

I made Thai fried rice couple days ago from a bunch of leftover stuff in the fridge. I used white rice, chicken, egg, tomatoes, onion, lime and scallion. This is one of my husband’s favorite menus. Thai Traditional fried rice is simple and delicious just the way it is. Tip: the perfect rice to cook […]

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Thai Tea ชาเย็น

I like to start my afternoon with this refreshing Thai Tea (Cha-Yen) ชาเย็น with condense milk or fresh milk. For today’s version, I made bubble tea drinks out of it…yummy!   Next time, I think I will make Thai iced coffee with milk and bubbles. It’s easy to make. Just buy Thai Tea leaves from […]

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Homemade carrot cake

Anyone wants our freshly baked homemade carrot cake with roasted walnut? This is one of our favorite cakes that we never tried of it. Let’s have a bite!

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Thai Cooking Class, Ft. Lauderdale

I recently got an opportunity to teach Thai cooking classes with Chef Jean Pierre. I went there in Feb and April and went through the steps to cook some Thai classics. It was so much fun and had lots of interested people in the house – I just loved it. Here is the menu we […]

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Lunch Meetup at Thai Delight, Deerfield Beach

We recently had a special lunch meeting with our good friends Christine, from SouthFloridaFoodandWine.com, and Chef Tulio, executive chef at Andrews of Boca Raton. We ate at the Thai Delight restaurant located in the strip mall on the NW corner of Hillsboro and Military Trail. Since I’ve lived in South Florida, I have been going […]

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ยำปลาดุกฟู: Crispy catfish w/green mango salad

Yum Pla Duk Foo (ยำปลาดุกฟู) is one of my sisters’ favorite salad dishes. They can snack on it all day long without eating rice. During my Thailand visit, my mom and I used to buy crispy catfish salad with shredded green mango at the morning market after offering  alms to monks. You can cook it […]

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Thai Meetup at Siam Cuisine

  Yes – we returned to Siam Cuisine for another great dinner with friends. Siam Cuisine is the oldest Thai Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, and they like to keep their customers happy! First they served us som tam, that classic Thai papaya salad. We got some spicy and some that was not spicy, for those […]

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Banana in Coconut Milk กล้วยบวชชี

It’s hard to find the almost ripe bananas that are just perfect for making this banana in coconut milk dish. It’s called Gluay Buat Chee (กล้วยบวชชี) in Thai. Gluay means banana. Buat means ordain, Chee means nun. Literally it means banana becomes ordained when it’s soaked in coconut milk, like a Thai nun wearing white […]