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Date Posted: 17:25:23 09/13/06 Wed
Author: Jay
Subject: Yes we are!
In reply to: Cricket 's message, "Oh boy. Are we gonna have fun now~" on 14:18:32 09/13/06 Wed

Okay, the book is called, "Delightful Thai Cooking" by Eng Tie Ang. It is available at Amazon.com for $12.95, but it also appears to be available at Marketplace at Amazon.com for 88 cents. We love to shop at Marketplace for their used books. Usually, the shipping is more than the book itself.

You mentioned getting galangal by mail order, but I know it's readily available around here. It's the same thing as kha, which I mentioned in the post above.

I don't know of any Thai recipies that use rice wine vinegar, although it is common in other Asian foods. It does have a sweeter taste.

A couple of very simple recipes that you might want to try are Som Tam, which is a Thai salad (spicy) also called pawpaw salad, which we ALWAYS get when we go out. It's best with Thai sticky rice, and you eat it with your fingers. There are some pretty good recipes here which includes the pawpaw salad:


Another is a killer dessert, very simple, made with sticky rice and mangos. The recipe for that is here:


I would recommend any of the curries listed in the first website. They're my favorite.

I could go on and on . . .


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