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    Poll: Re: Durian -- Tasty or no?

    MangosteenMangosteen:clap::clap:
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    Poll: Re: Durian -- Tasty or no?

    I love Durian...actually it is not my favorite but in these three I prefer Durian than Longan.

    Longan is a bit too sweet for me.

    In the Netherlands it is so expensive especially those from...
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    Re: How to translate thai recipes

    very good Richard... but you forgot...Phag chee Roi na... :)
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    Re: Thai restaurants-Mexican cooks.

    hi hunsolo, I agree with badfish, it doesn't matter as long as the person knows how it suppose to taste like. And suppose to look like. In Thai, it's for both your mouth and your eyes.

    I used to...
  5. Re: What happened to the lunchtime Thai menu this week?

    <a href="http://s187.photobucket.com/albums/x95/peanutbutter_HL/?action=view&current=03080801.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i187.photobucket.com/albums/x95/peanutbutter_HL/03080801.jpg"...
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    Re: Thai Salad Dressing/Mayonnaise

    Hi Susana,

    I tried to find the recipe that I asked my mom to write for me few years back. But couldn't find it. :oops: We used to make this salad dressing at home with the Bamix, handheld mixer....
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    Re: How to Make Pad Thai Video

    :blush: hihi iGotNoTime, thanks for the spoon and the ingredients ratio of course.

    nam phyyng : One of the "subtleties" I just noticed was that she washed her hands in the khlong!

    That's why...
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    Re: How to Make Pad Thai Video

    Thank you for video, the way she cooked looks so lively(and real). Make me miss eating Pad Thai or Keow Teuw Rue from these old style vendors.

    By the way have you got a recipe for the sauce as...
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    Pamelo Salad (Yam Som O)

    Sawasdee kha,

    Yesterday I made yam som o by my own recipe. It was not too bad, I mixed only hot & spicy thai salad dressing with cooked prawns and som o. (pamelo)

    Just wondering if anyone can...
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    Re: What`s COOKING?....

    :D Well I certainly do love Thai food, hardly find something that I don't like. But I understand that it is not for everybody tastebud. Especially if you don't take spicy food so often. But Hunsolo...
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    Re: customs of death...

    :oops: sorry for a wrong spelling guys. I am sharing what I have seen and come across in my 30 some years life in Thailand. That's all.
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    Re: customs of death...

    FYI, Formalene is normally used to preserve remain. Refrigerate coffin is too advanced for normal Thai. In general body tend to cremated after the funeral.(For most Thai-buddhist.) But some do still...
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    Re: customs of death...

    There are varies in custom of death in Thailand and it depends on many things. Thai-chinese especially old generation prefers to be buried instead of cremation. Also depends on how close of the...
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    Re: what 2 buy 4 a 2.5 year old girl?????

    hello I think cuddlely doll is also nice for 2.5 yrs old girl. :D And coloring book is also nice too. There are many good bookshops in Thailand I'm sure you can find something there.
  15. Thread: 1st time

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    Re: 1st time

    hello, welcome to the forum.
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    Re: wai protocol

    ;) This thread reminds me of timing in School, we "wai" our teachers for every starting and ending of the class. (with saying "Sawasdee kha/krab") Also when we walked in to school gate in the morning...
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    Re: Prove to me that you're a Thai

    Start argueing with the police...... and show how fluent your Thai language is. Or start to beg ha ha ha.
    PS. my farang hubby can take nam-prik Pla-ra (paste with pla ra) with no problem. :oops:
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    Re: Teaching of equality

    I can not answer because I finished school for long time already. When I was in school we didn't have any "Teaching of Equality" as a direct subject. But as a developing country we develop this...
  19. Re: Celebrating 10 Years of ThailandLife.com

    "Reflect upon your present blessings - of which every man has many - no on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some."

    ~ Charles Dickens ~

    I've got this from other's diary (not sure if...
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    Re: Sticky rice

    hee hee with the price of rice here, any dog won't get a chance to eat my left over rice. :devil:
    Anyway I was thinking about cooking some and I found this thread.
    So I hope this helps...
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    Re: The Best Meal you Ever Had In Thailand?

    I had my best meal at Bang Poo last few weeks when I was in Thailand, it was so great. We have just got married and were on our way to Chiangmai. I stopped by to meet friend from university time he...
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    Re: Mussaman beef curry

    For beef mussaman, I also prefer big chunk rather than thin slice. Buying beef here from supermarket the package will have cooking timing states for that type of meat. The thick one can take upto 2...
  23. Thread: Jackfruit

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    Re: Jackfruit

    nice.... eat just like that, fresh from the fruit itself is the way I like. I like the ripe one but not too ripe though. ummmm how to explain?? just try it from the street vendor anywhere in...
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    Re: Fried battered Banana (Gluay Khaeg)

    khun Don, I couldn't open the link. I have tried several ways. but thank you anyway. :)
    khun Noi khob khun kha.... :butbut: what is plantains? hee hee I really don't know how it looks like....
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    Re: Fried battered Banana (Gluay Khaeg)

    khun Noi khob khun kha.... :butbut: what is plantains? hee hee I really don't know how it looks like. :banghead: Thank you for the recipe, I will try to find out what plantain is and will try with...
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    Fried battered Banana (Gluay Khaeg)

    :help: Does anyone know how to make nice Gluay Khaeg? Can it be made from Banana which we normally find in supermarkets? (Gluay Hom)
    1. The one with coconut flake and sesame in batter. :P :P I...
  27. Re: Stir-Fry Spicy Stink Bean (Pad Ped Sator)

    :brush: there is also canned sator in water. In malay or indonesia it is "Petai". I found it in asian supermarket here. Product of Thailand kha.
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    Re: Hot and Spicy Soup Isan Style (Tom Sab)

    Hello, just want to add some comment kha. This recipe is also good for beef as well. Especially when you slow cook it until the meat is tender.... ummmm :P zab.... (yummy) And sometime people make...
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    Re: Best food in Bangkok

    :blush: I think it is pretty safe eating from roadside vendor. It is also common sense, when you see how the place or food look like. Which normally you can stroll around anyway. .... :rock: Anyway...
  30. Re: how to make fried chiken garlic & pepper

    :confused: umm I'm not sure if it is the same dish that you like, but you may want to give it a try. :oops:
    Gai phad Prik Yuak (Stirred fry chicken with green pepper.) This pepper is not a bell...
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    Re: Thai Restaurants Abroad

    I think it is also responsibility of the one who run the restaurant, how they target and set the quality of the place. Maintaining authentic taste is good, but also some of them may have to adjust...
  32. Thread: Joke

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    Re: Joke

    http://www.enjoythaifood.com/thaibreakfast.php
    :P
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    In the Netherlands I found in TV ads they show nam jim gai bottle (not Thai brand na kha) but used as stirred fry sauce.... :banghead: :banghead: Ummm :banghead:
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    still can not find but

    Just want to give a complement to Guava. You have made a very nice photos. :thankya: khob khun kha.
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    ummm Wayne, my personal opinion is if you really...

    ummm Wayne, my personal opinion is if you really want authentic taste :P you can find recipe from this website for example or from other Thai-based website. Nowadays they have provided good picture...
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    Hello janz, I think there is no exact answer for...

    Hello janz, I think there is no exact answer for this question. It is really up to where the person is what he/she does for living, living condition, degree of hassle in daily life. Me for instance...
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    farang shae Buay (Guava in plum syrup)

    Hello, I tried to search for you but they are all in Thai. And I haven't really found the nice one. sorry. :oops: Basically you take out seed and clean the fruit. Make syrup by boiling water, sugar,...
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    :thankya: thank you Mel, I'll try with corn...

    :thankya: thank you Mel, I'll try with corn flour. I think this " Khao Neaw Moon " will go very well with peach or appricot too. :rolleyes: (can)
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    How to make a topping bit? Nam kra ti. I think...

    How to make a topping bit? Nam kra ti. I think has to thicken it with flour. :butbut: But what type of flour? And what can be used in substitue if we can not find asian shop around? Thank you kha. ...
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    :banghead: :banghead: hee hee just a comment...

    :banghead: :banghead: hee hee just a comment for second set....ummm the photo for fried cabbage has too much sauce. I thought it was Gaeng Jaed. :oops: And stirred fry pork with curry it looked...
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    My favorite Khao neaw Moo Ping Som tam and Jaew...

    My favorite Khao neaw Moo Ping Som tam and Jaew Bong. :P :P ok second favorite is Krapao moo sab with rice. :cry: :cry: :cry: want to eat.....
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    Before I normally use Auburgine (or Zucchini) and...

    Before I normally use Auburgine (or Zucchini) and another one that I found quite good substitue is French Bean. :) But now in the Netherlands it is quite easy to find green egg plant. (Ma-Khue-Poae)...
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    :laughlong :laughlong :laughlong ha ha ha Peterg...

    :laughlong :laughlong :laughlong ha ha ha Peterg you made me laugh so much!!!! I agree 300 people you need a good team work unless it will be chaotic. :cry: I knew one Thai restaurant in Dan Shui,...
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    ummm just going to tell what we use. If you are...

    ummm just going to tell what we use. If you are in area that has many Indonesian you can find "ketchup manis" easily. I think that is comparable to See ew wan. And I found it is nice to use, not so...
  45. I miss Thai food. I miss be able to eat all day...

    I miss Thai food. I miss be able to eat all day long. miss khao neaw moo ping in the morning, khao rad geang at lunch and nice dinner with friends and beer. ha ha can not do that here though. first...
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