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Authentic Pad Kee Mao Recipe: Easy & Quick Drunken Noodles

Pad Kee Mao a.k.a drunken noodles  Have you heard of the drunken noodles called Pad Kee Mao? It is a Thai stir-fried rice noodle and probably my favorite Thai noodle dish. Outside of Thailand, there’s a restaurant in Hollywood called Pa Ord that I always get it at. If you don’t order non spicy, even

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Thai Food Supplies

I wanted to create a post for the Thai ingredients I use for cooking Thai food. Hence, the Thai food supplies post. Over the years I have found this information through various websites and books and thought it would be nice to have a central reference. The below condiments are what I use today. If you

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Thai Stir Fried Tofu with Green Beans: A Flavorful Vegan Dish

Delicious Thai Stir-Fried Tofu with Green Beans: A Flavorful Vegan Recipe5-Star Thai Stir Fried Tofu with Green Beans: A Flavorful Vegan Dish When it comes to Thai food… I usually order something like a noodle stir fry, soup noodles, curry or some sort of stir fried vegetables. Boooooorriiinnnggg. Well at least it’s more than just

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How I do Thai Iced Tea

Hot summer days? cold Thai iced tea = solid combo like NW and SW swells meld for peaky surf at California beaches.  The hot weather recently has got me making lots of cold drinks, cold brew coffee, cold brew tea, iced coffee etc and I wanted to share how i do Thai Iced Tea. I got my

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