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Thursday, 04 June 2009



Ugh, I just had a big dinner and now I'm craving Thai. The Raw Beef Larb looks delicious!


this was an interesting post Kirk :) not sure if I would try larb, maybe if you didn't tell me about the bile and offal??


hi kirk - cool! i didn't know sang dao relocated, now i gotta check it out and try their version of nem khao.

there's a filipino dish with bile in it, pinapaitan...i tried it a few times and boy, was it bitter. not a fan.


Hi Carol - It was good.

Hi Kat - Larb is a type of meat and vegetable salad. It is not always made with offal or bile.

Hi CC - I tried the pinapaitan at did it dry my mouth out.

ed (from Yuma)

Thanks for letting me sit in on that dinner with you, Howie, and Candice. Amazing flavors. I found the slight bitterness in the beef salad to be refreshing. I also loved the shrimp curry that Candice writes about. The offal soup was amazing - and so spicy. The best intestine I've ever eaten. :-)


Hi Ed - It was a fun dinner indeed!

Dave Jones

This post is quite interesting...snapshots are cool.


Hi Dave - Thanks for dropping by and taking the time out to comment.


This is useful to know Sang Dao moved- one of my favorites!


Hey Chris - I'm glad you're able to use the info!

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