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Friday, 03 July 2009

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Dennis

Wow this is amazing, I had dry salmon at IKEA today! The boiled egg looks like a sideways Kintaro face. You might've made a small fortune on ebay..!? Thai Bolognese Sauce sounds so amazingly goood...

Lynnea

Well, I appreciate your devotion to finishing your posts of everything from Thailand and Laos.

Kirk

Hi Dennis - I didn't even notice that!

Hi Lynnea - Yes, I'm kinda behind, but determined to at least make an effort...... Thanks for reading!

ed (from Yuma)

It's amazing how the dishes look so different than most of what we think of as "Thai food." Thanks for sharing the photos.

Carol

Did you say crispy pork skin, ooooo?!?! hehe. Too bad the morning glory wasn't that good. The only "leafy greens" I would eat as a kid. :-)

kat

yummy! I agree that the pictures say it all :9

Kirk

Hi Ed - Yes, it's not all Pad Thai and curry.......

Hi Carol - That Nam Prik was really good.

Hi Kat - Thanks!

nhbilly

Geesh I'm so full after drooling over the pictures.

Kirk

Hi Billy - We enjoyed our meals at Huen Phen.

Little Miss Contrary

Yum--I love Northern Thai food. I love love love khao soi, but it's hard to find a good version of it--too bad it didn't impress you.

Kirk

Hi LMCC - I tried Khao Soi three times and really didn't care for it.....maybe next time I'll try a bit harder to find a good version.

Su-Lin

Ah, I went there too when I was in Chiang Mai...but I went in the evening. I really like the look of the food at lunchtime though - but unfortunately, I didn't know about that! Next time - thanks!

Kirk

Hi Su-Lin - We really enjoyed lunch more than dinner.....I guess it may have been the variety and the really nice folks.

Chris

It is about time Nam Prik got some love! It seems to me to be the dish missing from Thai restaurants in USA. I like mine with waterbug essence

Kirk

Hi Chris - There are a few restaurants that make it, but non in San Diego.

foodhoe

wow, so many dishes in one day! I finally had morning glory, delicious texture. I kind of wish you had written descriptions, but maybe it is better we just drool in ignorance

Kirk

Hi FH - Yeah.....we kinda went overboard, but finished every bite! Ong Choy....morning glory is good stuff!

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