Crisp, tart American apples actually go very well with this Thai dip. Sweet and salty with a little heat from the fresh chilies, when combined with the tart apple, it forms that sour-salty-sweet-hot flavor combination that people love about Thai food.
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This ice cream mimics the taste and scent of traditional Thai coconut-based custard with palm sugar lending its soft caramel, butterscotch-like flavor. Add coconut milk, eggs, and pandan to the team and we've got a combination of flavors that South East Asians have enjoyed for ages.
Palm sugar lends a soft caramel flavor with a tinge of butterscotch that makes this ice cream special. Add coconut milk, eggs, and pandan to the team and we've got a combination of flavors that South East Asians have enjoyed for ages.
Son-in-law eggs are loved so much by the Thai people. It's one of those down-home dishes that you don't usually find at fancy restaurants in Thailand; you find them mostly at no-frills rice-curry shops or school cafeterias. And you'd hardly ever find them at a Thai restaurant in North America.
[Photograph: Leela Punyaratabandhu] Sour, sweet, and salty, this dish represents what people love about Thai cuisine. It may look complicated to make but it's quite easy. If you have hard-boiled eggs on hand, these son-in-law eggs will be ready in...
[Shauna James Ahern] Previously, in Gluten-Free Tuesday Millet » Gomaiso » Juniper Berries » All gluten-free recipes on SE » As I sat at the computer, trying to wrestle a sentence to the ground, my husband came in the room. From behind me, he said, "Close your eyes." Of course. I felt him move up behind me, his breath on my neck. "Open your mouth." Like a baby bird, waiting, I opened. He put a paste on my tongue, fragrant and unknown to me. A little ginger, some coconut, maybe vanilla? I like these games we play—guess the taste. What new baking combination had he created? "What is it? Something for the cookies?" I said as I opened my...