Met Khanoon is a very sweet, delicious dessert that was likely introduced to Thailand by Portuguese explorers. Typically made in a brass wok. The taste is heavenly. Met Khanoon means "seed of jack
In every Thai city and village, the people know and love khao tom mad. It's a vegetarian dish too, so according to our sources it may be impossible to find a Thai person that does not like eating it. A
Thai tea has become very popular in the United States as people find pleasure sipping this delicious, unique tea. Tasting it in hot summer months, sitting around a swimming pool or on the beach, is li
We recently discovered that some executive chefs use Thai Ovaltine in their dessert recipes, notably pastry chef Sherry Yard of Spago in Beverly Hills. Thai Ovaltine is true to the original British fo
Cardamom is an earthy, fragrant spice grown in Thailand, a relative of the ginger family that tastes a bit like a cross between anise and almond. It's part of our Thai spice kit. Cardamom is often used
The November 2010 issue of Saveur Magazine features this recipe from a pie shop at the Charin Garden Resort in Chiang Rai, Thailand. We prepared the recipe at home using fresh young coconut, with very
Lon (pronounced Loan) is a special word for dipping sauce that uses coconut milk. The flavor of this dish is somewhat unique, sweet and just a tiny hint of spice. Kids enjoy the dip and it's a healthy
This is an easy Thai dessert with universal appeal.
During a visit to Thailand we encountered the most delicous candy we've ever tasted. The candy was all natural, made of just tamarind paste and sugar, shaped like a Tootsie Roll and wrapped in little p
At the left is a glass of Thai sweet basil seed drink. It's delicious--the seeds become soft with a consistency similar to eating watermelon. Also, according to Thai tradition, this drink also helps a
Khao neeo moon is a truly authentic Thai recipe. Mixing sweet dessert rice with a sugary seafood topping might seem like a bizarre combination that Food Network might sensationalize on one of their ce
An earthy, sweet delight that goes well with any palate. Usually Thai desserts are served cold, but this one is unique as it is meant to be served warm.
Corn is a staple used widely throughout Thailand, whether it's sold by streetside vendors that cook it on a charcoal grille, added to ice cream (really!) or spooned onto pizza.
Here's an enjoyable frie
A simple, elegant appetizer with a uniquely-Thai flair.
Spekkuk bumbu is a rustic Indonesian spice cake that blends well with Thai food and uses spices that we import from Thailand, and we think you'll like this very much. Many cakes you find in Thailand ar
Oleang preparation is a unique process and you can see particular Thai coffee street vendors in Thailand doing it so fast you'd think they can do it with eyes shut. We've prepared this visual summary ba
This is an authentic Thai sandwich, what you really find in Thailand. In the United States there are all kinds of "Thai Sandwiches" which are American creations such as fried chicken with a spicy peanut
Many people may not realize that pumpkin, or any seasonal gourd, is an ingredient in many Thai recipes. This recipe works best with good old American halloween-style field pumpkin.
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