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What did I have with my beer last night?
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    What did I have with my beer last night?

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    What is the Thai name for this dish?
    And an extra point for correctly naming each ingredient.

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    ummm? It is right at the tip of my tongue!

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    ummm? It is right at the tip of my tongue!
    It past the tip of my tongue and carried on past my tonsils all the way to my tummy

    This is one of my most favourite Thai snacks, it is like a taste explosion and captures Thailand in every mouthful

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    guava, lol need more clues

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    hmmmmmmmm

    I can't think of any clues other than to describe how it is eaten.

    You take one of the leaves and roll it into a cone shape (you use more leaves than shown in photo, one for each mouthful). A small pinch of each of the raw ingredients shown is placed inside the cone. Finally a spoonfull of the sauce is poured inside. The whole parcel is popped into your mouth and once you start to chew all the mixed tastes kinda bombard your taste buds at once

    You can buy the ingredients seperately or sometimes you may find a street seller with all the necessary ingredients inside a small plastic bag. I am lucky in that there is a Thai grocers in Manchester that stocks the fresh ingredients
    Last edited by guava; 02-11-05 at 04:05 PM.

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    guava ,Could it be miang kham?

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