A few weeks after I got to Bangkok, I ordered Pad See Ew (Soy Sauce Fried Noodles) for the first time at a food stall in a cozy soi (alleyway). I loved the food vendor’s quaint wooden benches and how it was under a little building so there was some shade.
My Thai Hubby’s grandma did all the cooking at his house growing up. Most of her meals were what my Thai Hubby calls, country-style Thai food, which means simple, homey Thai food. Continue Reading
“I love that I can finally cook again!” I told my friend on the phone.
“Wow, I’m never that excited about cooking!” my friend said, laughing at me.
As I was placing the array of toppings for my Thai Noodle Bowl on my counter, I had a flashback. Continue Reading
I love buying new, legit Thai cookbooks. They always inspire me to make Thai dishes I haven’t tried making, forgot about, or never heard of. Continue Reading
Oh how I love cooking. But cooking with three kiddos ages 4 and under in the same vicinity, is not quite as fun at times. Continue Reading
“You are not Thai!” the sweet Chinese lady said to me as she walked in a few minutes before I began teaching my Thai cooking class. Continue Reading
Oh how I’ve missed you Thai-Foodie! It’s been so long since I’ve posted, and it’s been for a sweet reason. Continue Reading
Confession: Nostalgic tears pricked my eyes as I was taking pictures of this hot, steaming Thai Pork and Cabbage Soup. Continue Reading
I taught another Thai cooking class on Pad Thai this week to my Mothers’ of Preschoolers (MOPS) small group friends. While teaching it I was reminded how for me the hardest part about making Pad Thai is getting the rice noodles just right. Continue Reading