Ever since we moved from Austin to the NC mountains over a year ago, I’ve been saying I wanted to do Thai Cooking Classes in NC like I had done in Austin.
Thai fried rice is a dish that when I eat it, it’s like a warm, comforting friend, but while cooking it, it can be a mean foe.
In Thailand there is no such thing as Fall. The only seasons that exist are super hot and humid, then rainy + super hot and humid, and then for about two weeks in January a little less super hot and humid until it’s super hot and humid again. I really really missed Fall when I lived in Thailand. Continue Reading
Wow, one of my Thai Hubby’s and kids’ favorite meals at the moment is so fun, and so good, and you need to make it right now. Continue Reading
Instead of having a coffee date, I thought we could have a Thai tea date since this is a Thai recipes blog, and who doesn’t love some good Thai tea? Sipping some now as I type! I’ve got a Thai Milk Tea recipe or Thai Lime Iced Tea if you need some, go make it, and come back!
Let’s chat!! Things have been crazy in our life lately. Since my Thai Hubby is able to work remotely for his job in Austin now, we decided to move from Austin, TX to Boone, NC! Continue Reading
The first time I tasted Tom Yum Spaghetti was when in Bangkok sitting inside a restaurant chain called Kin Kao Kin Pla, which is what my Thai Hubby calls a “hiso” restaurant (hiso means high society, but we consider hiso restaurants in Bangkok anywhere that isn’t a street vendor and in an air-conditioned building). Continue Reading
Most “Thai” recipes created by Americans that I see when I’m scrolling through Pinterest have some sort of Thai peanut sauce made of sugary peanut butter, soy sauce, sesame oil and red pepper flakes (none of which are used in a Thai peanut sauce you would find in Thailand?!).
I often wonder, “Oh wow, do most Americans think that almost all Thai food has peanut sauce, and that it tastes like this??” Continue Reading
When my Thai Hubby would get off the little school van that took him and his friends to school, the first thing he would do is walk down the dusty street to the Thai Meatball (luk chin) vendor and order meatballs on a stick with a Thai spicy sweet tamarind sauce. Whoa! Best after school snack ever! I’m a little jealous! Continue Reading
When my Thai Hubby bit into the son-in-law egg I had made for dinner, immediately he said, “Whoa! I feel like I’m in Ratatouille when he eats the ratatouille and flashes back to his childhood!” Continue Reading