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Thai Rice Porridge & Pork Dumplings |Jok| โจ๊ก

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When Rocco was 4-months-old and just starting to eat solid foods,  I wanted him to try Thai baby food that most Thai babies eat, jok, aka Thai rice porridge/rice congee that Thais love to eat for breakfast, but really any time. Jok is pureed rice with chicken broth, pork dumplings, a coddled egg, and sprinkled on top of the steaming white goodness are green onions, cilantro and ginger.
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5 Reasons Why You Can Cook Thai Food Too

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5 Reasons Why You Can Cook Thai Food Too

When people hear that I’m not Thai, but I’m American and that I usually cook Thai food five out of seven days a week (if it’s an awesome week) and my Thai food has gotten five star ratings not only from my Thai hubby, but my Thai mother-n-law, they think I must be a super talented Thai chef.

This is so not the case, and to prove my point, here are five reasons why if I can cook Thai food, you can too: Continue Reading

Easy Crockpot Thai Chicken Curry

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Easy Crockpot Thai Chicken Curry

Crockpots are nonexistent in Thailand because why would you need one when you can get a quick, authentic Thai meal for a dollar when you walk out your door down the street a few blocks?

But in America, it’s impossible for me to walk out my door and get cheap, legit Thai food—especially if just 10 days ago I had just given birth to a sweet baby girl and could barely walk around my apartment.

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