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Khai Jiaw – The Simplest and Most Popular Thai Dish Among Thais

Posted under Thai Food - Jul 28th, 08 - No Comments

Khai Jiaw may be translated as fried eggs (khai = eggs and jiaw = fried) or Thai-style scrambled eggs. It probably is the simplest Thai dish in terms of ingredients and ease of preparing.  Even kids can prepare it for themselves. But it surely is the most popular Thai dish among Thais, especially kids to the extent when Thais have […]

An Introduction to Thai Durian

Posted under Thai Food - Aug 6th, 07 - 1 Comment

Durian is one of the most controversial fruits. Dubbed “King of Fruits”, durian is famous for tasting like heaven and smelling like hell. According to Alexander Hamilton (Scottish Sea Captain 1689-1723) “The Durian is an excellent fruit, but offensive to some people’s noses, for it smells very like human excrement, but when once tasted, the […]

Mamuang Nampla Wan – A Really Thai Delicacy

Posted under Thai Food - Mar 5th, 07 - No Comments

“Mamuang” is the Thai word for mango. “Nampla wan” is literally “sweet fish sauce”. The dish “mamuang nampla wan” or mango with sweet fish sauce is probably one of the most favorite Thai delicacies among Thais.

Thai Dishes Are Meant to be Shared

Posted under Thai Food - Dec 17th, 06 - No Comments

A proper Thai meal should consist of rice or “kao” and some thing to eat with rice or “kab kao”. Each diner is served with an individual plate of rice while everything else is served in the middle of the table for sharing among diners. Normally rice arrives at the table first followed by non-rice […]

What is the Best Relief When Your Tongue Gets Burnt by Spicy Thai Food?

Posted under Thai Food - Nov 29th, 06 - 4 Comments

You would think just drink something cold like chilled water. That is exactly what most people do when their eyes are watering with a fire in their mouth. The result is the opposite. Seconds after sipping the chilled drinks, the fire starts right back in. Then more water gulped down but the heat never goes […]