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    Nice !!!
    The music actually slows down the viewing so (for me) I notice more things.
    My thinking is, we should sticky the thread.

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    Here are a couple more free videos for you to download - complete with music and captions:

    3. How to make iced coffee and iced ovaltine:
    4. How to make khanom jaak

    http://www.enjoythaifood.com/videos

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    Richard, what can I say .
    You get to take the video and then enjoythaifood.
    Interesting, to actually see how the street vendor prepares the items,Soon I will be able to make a complete meal.

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    Dear gentlement, am i the only one ho think's the original video(with the street noise) is by far beter than something acompaning the "studio musik"????????

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    wow, this is awesome. Thanks for sharing those video. My mouth is watering for some somtam right now. But unfortunately, this was I get for not going home on weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uri
    Dear gentlement, am i the only one ho think's the original video(with the street noise) is by far beter than something acompaning the "studio musik"????????
    It is true what you are saying, but quite a few of the videos had a lot of loud noise and people talking which was distracting. Like that pad thai one. Someone came along and asked her what she was making. and then later she had a conversation with a friend who was very loud. Other videos were shot by the road and so the traffic was also loud. So, better to have music.

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    so happy!

    i love sam tam ang pad thai tx for the vidio

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    Two more videos for you to download and enjoy:

    5. How to make stuffed omlette:
    6. How to make khanom krok

    http://www.enjoythaifood.com/videos

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    Welcome glassdude007
    Glad to have you join us in the food section of Thailand forums. Hope you can share your experiences and insights of Thai related subjects with everyone here in the forums.

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    Uri , I do like live sounds but for this ,TO me , it distracts. umm Guess I just have to dust off my passport for the real thing.

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