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13-02-06, 01:05 PM #21
Here is another free cooking video to download:
7. Golden Threads (foi thong)
If you are finding these files too big to download or you would like to help support our sudden rise in bandwidth (shot up 300%) you can now buy a CD containing the first 10 videos. These are better quality and are about 600 MB in total. As a bonus, you will also get Thai Food screensaver, wallpaper and the mp3 music featured in the videos.
19-02-06, 10:40 PM #22
20-02-06, 01:21 AM #23
20-02-06, 09:38 AM #24
I think it is fair to say that just about every restaurant I have been to has a different version of tom yum kung. I think the evaporated milk here helps to make the soup more creamy. The plan is to shoot the same dishes at different locations so that you can compare. However, we might have to limit the number (or maybe size) of the videos as it is starting to get expensive to host these free downloads.
We have about ten videos in line to be edited. The recent ones are all shot on location at Pornsiri Kitchen in Soi Sulao in Samut Prakan. For most of them, the cook was Pensiri. Next month we will be adding about a dozen more videos of street vendors. For example, Chinese Chicken Rice and assorted noodle dishes.
20-02-06, 10:39 AM #25
The salt, chili sauce, cilantro & fish sauce all we put in our own personal bowls along with about 10 other condiments. We do not cook it because some don't like soft boiled cilantro, some prefer no salt, some prefer no fish sauce etc...
I too have never seen evaporated milk being used either. I am eager to try and add it next time though just so I can say I have had it like that before.
20-02-06, 01:58 PM #26
Richard , I was just saying the first time I saw that. Didn't mean to imply anything. Just thought it was interesting.
Understandably,everybody has their own way of making any dish. It would be nice to see variations;but alot of books on the market for serious cooks.
Just love watching these. Thanks.
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Awesome idea. Thank you!
23-02-06, 10:33 PM #28
24-02-06, 04:23 AM #29Forum Regular
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Great pictures now I know what went wrong with my cooking.
24-02-06, 09:33 AM #30Originally Posted by Chino1
We too have thought about using a second camera so that we could cut between wide shots and close ups. However, the high cost of running the web site (we have high bandwidth due to the free video downloads and the thousands of sound clips and photos) means that we cannot expand on any of our equipment at the time being. Maybe next year.
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