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Archive | Thai Food

15 June 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Golf’s New Thai Food Blog

I want to take a moment today to introduce Golf’s new Thai food blog – Awesome Thai Food. You may have seen some of her recipes posted here on Thailand Musings before and some of them have been very well received. Now that she is off work for the summer we both thought it was […]

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02 January 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Pakistani Chicken Kebab

The weekend after Thanksgiving I had a chance to visit my girlfriend in New York. She was married to a Pakistani guy who lives in the state for over decades. She taught me a couple easy recipes while I was there and now I think it’s time for me to share this gift with you […]

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09 November 2009 ~ 25 Comments

True Thailand Flavor – Bangkok Street Food

Bangkok Street Food Offers Up Loads of Good Taste If you love to eat and you’re headed for Bangkok then you’re in for a treat. Seriously, I’ve eaten all over the world and the street food in Bangkok is my choice for the best anywhere (Mexico is a close second). No matter where you go […]

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12 July 2009 ~ 10 Comments

A Thai Girls Tom Yum Khoong Recipe

Yesterday was my favorite day after I have to worked 6 days in a row and that includes working on the weekend too. I really dislike working on the weekend, especially when you have to deal with stupid lazy people. So I decided to treat myself and Steve on my day off with a special […]

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01 June 2009 ~ 1 Comment

Fruit Salad – Thai Girl Style

It has been (too) long since I updated my last post in Thailandmusings.com, and I think everyone probably wonders why Golf hasn’t posted her recipe anymore. “Where is Golf?”. I’ve been worked overtime for my regular job and also Thailand trip was coming so I didn’t really have any concentrate to anything at all at […]

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19 March 2008 ~ 19 Comments

Chicken Tandoori – Thai Girl Style

Part of the population in Thailand is Muslim people…especially in Southern Thailand. In around where my high school is we have a lot of Muslim people who live there and when I was young one of my best friends was Muslim too. So that’s why make me used to Muslim food so much. Thai food […]

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02 March 2008 ~ 9 Comments

Stir-fried Pumpkin with Egg & Pork

Hi Everyone!!! Did you miss me? Sorry it took me so long to post again…since January I’ve been working overtime a lot so make me tired and no time to post anything at all. Now I’m back and will find Thai recipe for you guys and also talk about Thailand some more Golf style! Last […]

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30 January 2008 ~ 7 Comments

Learn to Cook Thai Food at the Blue Elephant Cooking School

Bangkok is home to several cooking schools and if cooking is one of your hobbies or loves then it will be well worth it for you to check out one or more of the cooking schools. One of the top programs is the Blue Elephant Cooking School. One great benefit of taking a class with […]

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17 January 2008 ~ 6 Comments

Som Tum or Som Tam (Thai Papaya Salad)

Som Tum or Som Tam according to Thai dictionary means a kind of Thai food salad made from fruits such as payaya etc. pounded and combined with ingredients, sour taste and for some locality calls “Tum Som”. Som = orange or to have sour taste Tum/Tam = to pound Som Tum is a highly popular […]

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16 January 2008 ~ 4 Comments

Recipe for Thai Beef Salad

I got to know a Thai girl who has lived here for 5 years. She invited us to her house which is 15 minutes away from our place. She cooked 3 dishes of Thai food for our lunch on that day. They’re fresh spring rolls (for an appetizer), Som Tam and also Thai beef Salad. […]

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13 January 2008 ~ 5 Comments

5 Thai Recipes Hotter Than Global Warming

Thai food is known around the world as spicy beyond compare. My Thai wife Golf has been kind enough to add to Thailand Musings by sharing her wonderful authentic Thai recipes with us and as a small thanks I am doing a Thai recipe roundup for her tonight. But not just any Thai recipe roundup, […]

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09 January 2008 ~ 5 Comments

Khao Man Gai – Thai Rice Steamed with Chicken

Because I’ve been working like crazy and now finally I’ve just have time for myself to post the Thai recipe now. Khao Man Gai is one of the favourite dish for Thai people and when you’re there you can get this dish like 25-30 baht from many street vendors. When I was there I have […]

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08 January 2008 ~ 9 Comments

Why Thai Food is So Uniquely Thai

Thai food is world renown for it’s diversity, excellence and flavor…not to mention it’s spiciness.  What many people do not know is that Thai food has not always been this way.  Prior to the 16th century the food of the common people and royalty in old Siam consisted primarily of plain rice, fish and fresh […]

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22 December 2007 ~ 2 Comments

Guay-Dtieow Rad Nar Moo Mug – Thai Noodle Dish with Pork Gravy

Hi everyone, I’m really sorry that I didn’t post this recipe 3 days ago because I’ve been sick since Sunday and just feel little better by today. Alright now it’s time for Lad Nar Moo Muk – Thai noodle dish with pork gravy. Let’s see how it’s going to be… This recipe will be a […]

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12 December 2007 ~ 5 Comments

Laab Gai (Thai Spicy Chopped Chicken)

Sometimes make me and Steve surprise ourselves a lot that we both want to have spicy food almost everyday. The answer is maybe we’re just addict for spicy and that’s why he have it almost everyday but still crave for spicy food (on and on). I made Laab Gai for both of us yesterday and […]

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