Chef’s recommendations

Chef’s recommendations

Super friendly instructor

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Super friendly instructor

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Helpful and Informative

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Helpful and Informative

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Cooking, eating, and laughing!

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Cooking, eating, and laughing!

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Grilled Pork Salad

Posted by on Jul 28, 2013 in Chef's recommendations | 0 comments

Grilled Pork Salad

Grilled Pork Salad (Moo Nam Tok) There are several explanations why this dish is called this way and none are satisfactory. A plausible theory is that the meat should still contain blood, which will run out from it, when sliced, as a waterfall. The version shown is the quick version where sliced pork is cooked shortly and then mixed in with the spicy sauce and herbs. The more elaborate version calls for the pork to be grilled first until pink and then sliced and mixed in with the sauce and herbs. The last version...

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Pad See Eaw

Posted by on Jul 28, 2013 in Chef's recommendations | 0 comments

Pad See Eaw

Pad See Eaw is a delicious Thai noodle dish made with flat, wide rice noodles stir fried in dark soy sauce with meat, egg, and vegetables. This recipe for pad see eaw calls for strips of chicken and kale, Chinese broccoli, or bok choy. While pad see eaw can also be made with dried rice noodles, it’s traditionally made with fresh – look for fresh wide rice noodles that come compressed in a package at your local Asian food store (in the refrigerated section). If using dried rice noodles, soak them first...

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Tom Yum Kung

Posted by on Jul 27, 2013 in Chef's recommendations | 0 comments

Tom Yum Kung

Tom Yum Kung is a spicy Thai cuisine, soured by juice, salted by fish sauce, and heated with hot spicy chilies. This Thai dish is also a savory complement of Various Kind of Thai herbs such as galangal, lemon grass, and kaffir lime leaves served with chili paste and coconut cream that combine to enhance its flavoring appeal. This Thai cuisine delicacy is not only delicious but also nutritious as well. The dish contains protein from shrimp and fiber from other Thai herbs and ingredients of nutritional value. It’s...

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