Comments on: Two Thai Classics, Six Minutes: A Video Recipe from an Island Kitchen http://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/ travel wide, live deep Tue, 22 Apr 2014 14:31:12 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.3 By: Daniel Nollhttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-363694 Sun, 19 Feb 2012 21:17:40 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-363694 @Cory: Thank you for the re-affirmation of authentic Thai. I’m with you on westernized Thai food. I either have to make it myself, or better yet, consume it on the streets of Thailand. Happy and healthy eating to you!

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By: Dr Cory Annishttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-363424 Sun, 19 Feb 2012 01:13:20 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-363424 Once I had original Thai food from a simple Thai kitchen, there was no going back. The complexity of flavor and care of preparation is unmatched. I’m ruined for westernized “Thai” restaurant food forever. Thank you for this lovely post.

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By: Daniel Nollhttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-363418 Sun, 19 Feb 2012 00:58:25 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-363418 @Bongkot: Zippy Thai food is definitely one of our obsessions, too. I love the style of heat. (I say “style” because not all heat is delivered the same.)

Absolutely love laap. In fact, the woman in this video is from the Isan region. She made all kinds of laap and sticky rice for us. Man, she was so sweet and happy and her food was astoundingly good. I’m getting hungry just writing this.

Now ant eggs — that sounds very interesting. And very small. Bugs and crickets — I’ve done those before, but my interest in going back is a little limited.

Thanks for the invitation!

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By: Bongkothttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-363128 Sat, 18 Feb 2012 05:01:37 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-363128 Some good recipes here…
Good, zingy and authentic Thai food is one of our obsessions! Hailing from the rice paddies of the rural northeast of Thailand (in Udon Thani province), our local cuisine is that of this region, known as Isan. Specialties here include fresh and spicy Laap salads with fresh herbs, green papaya salad, the region’s famous grilled marinated chicken…as well as other dishes reserved for the more adventurous such as ant eggs, fried crickets or wok-stirred bugs. Do try to head up here and try Isan cuisine: we’d be delighted to show you how it’s made!

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By: Daniel Nollhttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-282422 Thu, 27 Oct 2011 09:01:13 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-282422 @Lek: Thank you for the compliment — glad you enjoyed the photos and video. For sure, Thai food is not the mystery that people think it is. We should be thankful for inventive Thai cooks and experimenters figuring out the best flavor combinations over the centuries. True: Thai cuisine is more art than rocket science. I love that.

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By: Lekhttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-277011 Wed, 19 Oct 2011 05:00:21 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-277011 It is true what you say: after you get the ingredients cooking Thai food is easy. When non-Thai people first try it they usually have difficulty because they think the flavors take time and hard effort to develop, but actually the ingredients are they key as they contain all the flavors without lengthy or critical cooking techniques. It is more of an art than rocket science. Your video and photos are beautiful.

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By: Daniel Nollhttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-208335 Wed, 15 Jun 2011 14:06:27 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-208335 @Eileen: Dried lime leaves (try to get them frozen or keep them in the freezer to keep them fresh) are OK, if that’s all you have. In that case, some fresh Thai basil is going to be important. Am looking forward to hearing (seeing? smelling?) the results of your working your own Thai magic.

By the way, I’m pulling for you to get to Thailand, sooner rather than later.

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By: Eileenhttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-202425 Tue, 07 Jun 2011 15:48:55 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-202425 I also wish you could have recorded the smell. That looks incredible, and makes me want to work some of that magic when I get back to Santiago. I’ll have to use some dried ingredients, esp. the lime leaves, but I’ll bet I can whip something up. Looking forward to it, and of course, one day getting to Thailand!

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By: Sarah Shttp://uncorneredmarket.com/thai-food-video-recipes/#comment-140821 Thu, 17 Feb 2011 07:43:16 +0000 http://www.uncorneredmarket.com/?p=7086#comment-140821 hi everyone!, I’m new on here and looking forward to being a part of the group!

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