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Living vegan in Bangkok

Just woke up with hungry stomache, I started my day with easy vegan breakfast with boiled egg, multigrain bread, fresh green leave salad, dragon fruit and yummy Vietnamese coffee I brought from Saigon trip. Bon Appetite.

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Khao Soy Noodle Soup ข้าวซอย

I haven’t been updating blog after all busy life in overseas. Recently I had visited Northern part of Thailand and tasted all good food up there. This trip inspired me to make Kaw Soy this delicious dish at home. Ingredients (4 servings) chicken breast 1 lb. red curry 1 cup The Spices: roasted coriander seed […]

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Thai cooking class in Miami Beach

Terrific Thai Cooking Class in Miami Beach – here’s a shot of our red curry with beef! Last week we returned to Miami Beach for another Thai cooking class. All hungers were satisfied as we cooked up batches of green and red curries, ginger chicken, tom yum goong, and Thai iced tea to wash it […]

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Thai Food Feast for a Family Buffet

During the recent holidays we visited relatives, like so many people do. While there we decided to make a big Thai feast to celebrate Dad’s birthday! So we gathered piles of fresh and frozen ingredients, and planned a buffet supper supreme! I started out with that staple that pleases everyone, Pad Thai noodles. I made […]

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Hor Mok with Bai Yor

I got Bai Yor (ใบยอ) or Great Morinda Leaves (Noni) from my local Thai grocery in Deerfield Beach yesterday. I don’t often see it, so I was eager to buy a bunch. I started thinking about menus using Bai Yor so I can use as much as possible. First I made it with fish curry […]

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Let’s make Tom Yum Goong for cold nights

Tom Yum Goong is one of the most popular Thai soups. I really like Tom Yum Goong because it includes all the flavor components that I like – sour, spicy, and a little bit salty. We usually make this with prawns, but you can use any kind of seafood or chicken really. This is one […]

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Hor Mok (Steamed Red Curry Cake) ห่อหมกมาแล้วจ้า

Today I tried a Hor Mok (Steamed red curry cake with salmon in banana leaf) recipe from my mom. This is a family recipe, that we got from our relatives, that has been used for generations in Chon Buri province. Thai people like to use white fishes such as snapper, snakehead fish (ปลาช่อน), tilapia (ปลานิล), […]

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Thai Cooking Class on April 21st, Ft. Lauderdale

I’m going to do another Ft. Lauderdale Thai cooking class next week. The last one was fun and successful, so I’m returning to Chef Jean-Pierre’s cooking studio in Fort Lauderdale with yet another Thai curry. Come see us next week for the next installment on April 21st. I’m so excited to share a new recipe […]

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Choo Chee Curry with salmon

This is Salmon Choo Chee Curry from my Thai cooking class yesterday. It is one of my favorite curry dishes. I found it’s a very yummy, healthy and sexy dish. It’s just the perfect dish to serve in a fine dining situation for a couple, a big party or even a group of 5-6 friends. […]

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Green Curry Pasta

Just fixed a quick dinner for a busy day. I opened the fridge after working all day, and saw leftover green curry with chicken, but no rice or kanom jeen (Thai rice ball noodles) I was too hungry to cook rice and have to wait another 25 minutes to eat. So I saw spaghetti and […]