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Phone and Fax in Thailand
By and large the Thai phone system works well. Coin pay phones are straight forward enough and generally come into varieties: red or pale blue for local calls, blue or stainless steel for local or long-distance calls within Thailand. Red and pale blue phones take the small 1 baht coins and will give you about 3 minutes per 1 baht,while blue and stainless steel ones gobble up 1 baht, 5 baht and 10 baht coins (inter-provincial rates vary between 3 baht and 12 baht/minute/distance, and work out to be surprisingly pricey).
Recipe Gang Panang
Gang Panang is one of the famous Thai curries. This dish has a rich creamy sauce thickened by coconut milk. You can purchase the curry pastes in most large supermarkets back home, or why not take some home with you as a souvenir of your holiday in Thailand...
''Jasmine'' The flower of Mother's Day
In Thailand we believe that each flower has its own meaning so that we often use flower to express people's feeling, and by doing so, we believe that flower could express our feelings better than words. As time passes by, flower has been used as the important symbols which relate to people's way of life. Thus, there is a kind of flower that is meaningful to the Thai in term of society, tradition, culture and even economy. It's know as Jasmine or Mali in Thai.
Thai Sea Perch Steamed in Lime Garlic Sauce - Pla Neung Manao Prik Sod
This is a Thai fish recipe called Pla Neung Manao (Thai Sea Perch Steamed in Lime Garlic Sauce) which is a Thai fish steamed with chili and lime. We used Sea Perch as our Thai fish but you can use any similar fish. One of the benefits of living in Thailand is that not only can you buy really fresh vegetables but can also find a great variety of fresh fish at extremely low prices. Among Thai people, this is one of the most popular Thai fish recipes because of the fantastic mixture of spicy and sour flavours.
This salad was inspired by a meal I had with my boyfriend and we always eat with rice soup. Almost of Thai people love this menu and you can ordering in most of every restaurant around Thailand, price of this dishes around 40-50 Baht. But also if you like to cook in your home, it can be easy and tasty also. Here is all the recipies for Yum Kai Kem... Let's do it!!
Softshell crab pong kari - Pu Pad Pong Kari
Today, I am glad to present you the Thai dish with the aroma of powder curry. We call " Pu Pad Pong Kari ", You will get a little of sweet test and aroma of the powder curry.
Khanom chan is an ancient, nine-layered Thai dessert that is used during a variety of auspicious ceremonies and is considered a blessing presaging a happy and prosperous life. In addition, as a dish kanom chan is sweet and fragrant and suitable both as a dessert and as an informal snack.
Khanom Mor Gaeng – ขนมหม้อแกง
This Custard Dessert is quite famous in Thailand. Originally from Petchaburi, Khanom mor gaeng, is now widely available throughout the country. Usually sold in distinctive small metal trays as shown below, Khanom mor gaeng uses Mung Beans and Duck eggs to give this custard dessert its special flavour. Although there are several variations of this recipe, Khanom mor gaeng is always sweet and rich.
Thai Spicy Grill Pork Salad (NamTok-Moo)
Thai people enjoy to spend their free time with their families or with friends. Mostly on weekends with nice weather, a real migration of people heads on to the countless waterfalls of the country. Packed with baskets, with the finest Thai specialities and a few bottles of beer or Whiskey, they are searching for a nice place to spend the day. My Thai recipe: Moo Nam Tok – Spicy Thai salad with barbecued pork is one of the most liked dishes, which Thai people eat at the waterfalls. Maybe the strange name of this mouthwatering Thai salad leads to that, because “Moo Nam Tok” is translated as “waterfall pork”. Foreigners (Farangs) meant however the name would come from the tears, which will shoot from Your eyes, like a waterfall, because of the fierceness of this very tasty salad from Thailand.
Thai seafood spicy stir fry - Pad Cha Ta-lay
Seafood Spicy Stir-fry or Pad Cha Ta-lay in Thai. This Seafood Spicy Stir-frying is a great way to cook up a fabulous Thai dish quickly. These seafood spicy stir-fries are deliciously easy. Rich and succulent, but still marvellously healthy, these easy recipes make dinner into something special. And still have a great Thai taste...Enjoy !
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