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Thai Street Vendor DVD

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Learn How To Cook
Like a Thai Street Vendor

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Highest Quality DVD from Victory Studios, Seattle WA.

Since 2008 we've presented new, professionally-produced Thai Street Vendor videos at ImportFood.com. Many customers say these videos offer the best instruction on how to cook authentic Thai food, and request that we offer it on DVD.

Our new Thai Street Vendor Cooking DVD offers 20 of our most popular videos in full picture format so you can watch them on your computer or at home on your big screen tv. Quality is outstanding, and the DVDs are professional grade not cheap reproduction discs from an office supply store.

The DVD is packaged in a standard case, with a recipe booklet inside detailing the ingredients and method of each recipe shown in the DVD. More Info.

$17.95

Comments

Kim Roberts
August 29th, 2008
2:26 PM
The fried rice looks wonderful! I am interested in your products; however, I have Celiac Disease which means that I cannot eat any products containing wheat or gleutin. Can you offer a list of wheat/gleutin free products for people with special diets? Thank you,
Randy Oakeshott
September 9th, 2008
6:36 PM
I love watching video and seing the recipes. can I see a video for Thai beef salad ? or how to see all " Thai food video series "
ImportFood.com
September 9th, 2008
6:53 PM
Here is a link to our Thai food video series
David Lopez
October 7th, 2008
10:39 AM
I was stationed there from 74 to 75 in U-Tapao. Oh my gosh the memorys of the vendors. my favorite was Thai fried chicken and som tom... but ive learned to cook certain dishes. married to a thai national for 10 years.. I love your vendors on what they are cooking... i can smell it from here... another favorite is the kang kai, pac a pow, (please send version on that dish) pad thai, im getting hungry right now. thanks again for all the videos.. David Lopez (Sgt..USAF)Security Police back in the day..lol..
Janele
October 23rd, 2008
4:27 PM
I love watching the street vendors! I would love a great recipe for massaman. I like it with peanuts, chicken, potatoes and carrots. I need proportions, etc. The massaman sauce was kind of an orange/yellow color. HElp!
Anonymous
December 2nd, 2008
6:33 PM
she touched the shimp at the end with her fingers, in america that would not be tolerated. But I do love to watch the videos thanks
DinaA
February 26th, 2009
2:11 PM
Excellent!
Susana McCloskey
March 29th, 2009
11:11 PM
I love the videos. They have inspired me to try some receipes. And after watching all the video I felt as I had traveled.
Bob Adams
April 22nd, 2009
7:36 PM
I liked this cook. She enjoys cooking it was obvious. The shrimp-fried rice looked very tastey.
Nushi
July 14th, 2009
8:43 AM
I love all the thai food, but this video makes easier to cook at home. Very good program.
john
August 4th, 2009
8:18 AM
Wow! it's so wonderful. Simple preparation for delicious cuisine..
nancy
September 22nd, 2009
12:41 PM
thanks for the video, my shrimp fried rice needs help, i ordered some of the ingredients this street vendor used. very interesting. nAn
Anonymous
April 13th, 2010
11:35 AM
Make me sooooo hungry hehehe
edwine fisscher
October 5th, 2010
7:01 AM
Thanx. I love to see the videos. My mom is Thai, but she died 14 years ago and I like Thai food but I don't know how to fix it. So my complements for all the videos. I learn much and it tast wonderful. Thank you!
Nisa
November 30th, 2011
9:02 PM
The green vegetable is available in almost every asian grocery store's produce
section. It is called "Gai Lan" (Chinese) or "Pak Kana" (Thai). Sometimes, it is
referred to as "Chinese broccoli". It is used in both kinds of cuisines. It is similar to broccoli,
but with a leaf instead of a floret.

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