Tag Archives: Thai Food

Spice Up Your Comfort Food

My blogging has really fallen off a cliff as of late, the real world has become so distracting I find it harder and harder to focus on writing, even though I think any distraction at this point would be an … Continue reading

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Krung Gaeng Deng: Red Curry Paste

This is an update of a post I made in 2010 at the request of friends and readers Chris and Skip.  One of my regular favorites these days is: Duck and Lychee Red Curry. An easy dish that can be … Continue reading

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How To Make Sai Krok Isan Sausage

Vice/Munchies always highlights kind of off-color or downright weird cooks/chefs in their videos.  Often times it’s more like watching a train wreck then a cooking show, however when it does work it can be very amusing. In this instance the … Continue reading

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The Story of Chef Andy Ricker of The Pok Pok Thai Empire

When I first started to watch this I was expecting a 12 minutes video of the rise to fame of Andy Ricker, instead what I got was a fascinating hour long documentary about this man, his obsession with Thai food/Thai … Continue reading

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Mae Charoen Thai-Imbiss Berlin

 My friends Harald and Keith (pictured) took me to a small Thai Imbiss around the corner from their apartment yesterday called Mae Charoen.  A small, cheery place run by two women from Chiang Mai (in the north of Thailand) who serve … Continue reading

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Spicy Isan Dipping Sauce

Having not made a traditional Thanksgiving meal I find all the food sites telling me what I can do with “leftovers” to be not very helpful. Which is fine, I was a cooking fool this holiday season and found it … Continue reading

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Diversity in the Marketplace

Heart of the City Farmers’ Market is at the United Nations Plaza and on the edge of the Tenderloin, one of the poorest neighborhoods in San Francisco.  A neighborhood know for violent crime, drug addiction and  homelessness.  It’s also right … Continue reading

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