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Kerry Beal

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I've never seen dried beans used in Thailand - but maybe I just overlooked them?  I did see dried beans in the markets in Vietnam, but never saw them in a finished, cooked product - maybe they're only made at home?

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there is ( are ? ) no Rx for nam tok beans in DT's Thai Food

 

there is one Rx for Nahm Dtok :   

 

its a grill beef salad

 

" a nshm dtok is another norther salad, and one which shares many characteristics with larp . 

 

However it is made with a single piece of grilled meat.  The name of this salad comes from

 

the beads of meat juice that form on the side farthest from the heat as the meat grills, which

 

Thai cooks refer to as nahm dtok - literally ' water falling.  this is their cue to turn the mat.  "

 

there are three beans mentioned in the index :  Snake , Wing and Yellow

 

Wing bean Rx is a salad , snake bean Rx is stir-fried wild port , and yellow bean Rx's count to 8 entries.

 

if this is the bean dish :

 

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it doesn't look like what the yellow bean Rx's seem to be

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10 hours ago, Okanagancook said:

No such recipe in that book, nor in Pok pok.  Can’t find one with Nr. Google.  On Eat your boooks nam tok brings up beef salad called nam tok.:(

I wonder if it's a spice style or something. The beans were I suspect almost deep fried after being cooked. The menu mentions Issan style - wonder what that might be?

 

 


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2 hours ago, KennethT said:

I've never seen dried beans used in Thailand - but maybe I just overlooked them?  I did see dried beans in the markets in Vietnam, but never saw them in a finished, cooked product - maybe they're only made at home?

Don't let inflexible ideas of authenticity get in the way of deliciousness.  Nick Kindelsperger (Chicago Tribune). 

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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Issan Thai food is food from northeastern Thailand.

here is a description I found:  “Isaan Thai food is renowned for its pungent sauces, spicy chilies, and unusual proteins. It isn’t often in the spotlight but it certainly has its own die-hard fans who will travel far for Isaan food made right. Here are several crowd-pleasing dishes that we’ve eaten and think even first-time visitors will enjoy.”

 

 

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@Shelby

 

yeh

 

$ 1.50 a Unit ?

 

try a 1/4 " square of MikyWay w a pickle juice chaser 

 

just saying ........

 

[ed.: he really thinks its probably quite spectacular ]

 

however , that cookie is Talking to Me !

 

"" Yum Yum "

 

raising and oatmeal ?  soft but still some crunch ?

 

 


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5 minutes ago, Shelby said:

I love pickle and peanut butter sandwiches.  Some one that makes candies should do peanut butter and pickle juice.  You will make a zillion dollars.

Forgive me for saying so, but that seems rather "niche."

 

(Says the guy who put stewed squid on a pizza during the Athens Olympic Games...)

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"Not knowing the scope of your own ignorance is part of the human condition...The first rule of the Dunning-Kruger club is you don’t know you’re a member of the Dunning-Kruger club.” - psychologist David Dunning

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So @Kerry Beal and I spent a few glorious hours touring Recchiuti Confections. Amanda gave us the tour, and Michael stayed with us. Two of the nicest people in the business. 

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5 hours ago, rotuts said:

@Shelby

 

yeh

 

$ 1.50 a Unit ?

 

try a 1/4 " square of MikyWay w a pickle juice chaser 

 

just saying ........

 

[ed.: he really thinks its probably quite spectacular ]

 

however , that cookie is Talking to Me !

 

"" Yum Yum "

 

raising and oatmeal ?  soft but still some crunch ?

 

 

 

Exactly - raisin and oatmeal, softish but with a little crunch!

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Kerry drinking her $20 Nigroni.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Kerry at the Ferry Building.

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No snacks last night at the reception so we woke a bit peckish this am. Headed down to the hotel buffet to take our chances. 

 

 

 

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 Well it would be hard to complain about the selection that is for certain. 

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2 minutes ago, Anna N said:

 Well it would be hard to complain about the selection that is for certain. 

It was amazingly good for a hotel buffet - of course very dear.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

It was amazingly good for a hotel buffet - of course very dear.

 

 

I was about to say the same. Great stuff for a US hotel.

 

Ferry Bldg has some great restaurants and shops. One could spend some time there


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Best looking breakfast buffet I've seen in years.I hope it tasted good too! Where are you staying?

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How many of the mini condiment bottles are stashed in your bag?  I love them; re-pack bulk herbs & spices to keep at hand arther than opening big containers when playing in the kitchen.


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Loving the breakfast buffet.


Don't ask. Eat it.

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2 hours ago, heidih said:

How many of the mini condiment bottles are stashed in your bag?  I love them; re-pack bulk herbs & spices to keep at hand arther than opening big containers when playing in the kitchen.

 

5 so far!

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