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Monday, 13 December 2010



The Nam Khao looks delicious. I don't think I've ever had any Thai dishes that had the fermented sourness that you mentioned, Kirk. But then I've mainly only had Thai food in SD.


thai =


Hi Carol - If you see Nham Sod on the menu, it's usually fermented soru sausage....even the Issan Sausage is slightly fermented.

Hi Kat - LOL! I still remember that, it was so funny.

Jeff C

Hey Kirk,
What a great post. Wow, you saw Steve Perry (RIP). And Dolly too?
Too cool.
Love Thai food, so hard to make, maybe because I don't grok it the way I do with Chinese food. Same goes for Indian. Hopefully, one day I will.


Hi Jeff - Actually Steve Perry is alive and well, though a bit of a recluse. He did have a pretty big sighting at NLCS this past year. I'm waiting for you to return to SD, so I can take you to Sab E Lee!

Jeff C

Kirk, Hey thanks for the headsup on Steve Perry. I don't know why, but I always assumed he died from Liver failure or a heart attack or something. That Sab E Lee invite is really tempting and I definitely will let you know when we can get there but its gonna be a while due to the rugrats.


Hi Jeff - I just wanted you to know, you've got a standing invite!

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