Categories: Cooking, Food Tags: , ,

For a change, I made soft tacos. Here’s what was included: Soft tacos… Chicken, mushroom, green onion, avocado, salsa, cheese, tomatoes, sour cream, lettuce, cilantro. The green taco shell steamer is a great addition to the kitchen tools as it serves as an all-in-one warmer and server.  

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Categories: Dining, Food Tags: ,

Tam maphrao on sen mi krop Som Tam with soft coconut and deep-fried rice noodle Tam maphrao on sen mi krop: a variation with soft coconut meat and deep-fried rice noodle

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Categories: Thai Language Tags: ,

[ ] Kun yoo tee-nai [ ] Kaew : cups

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[ ] mai wan – not sweet [ ] sai nam tan nidnoy – tbd [ ] nam man nidnoy, just a little oil [ ] Nam Prik – the general name for a variety of different Thai chili dipping [ ] nam prik noom (kind of like a roasted green chili salsa). [ ] […]

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Timeframe Now = Ton nee Today = Wan nee To night = Kurn nee This morning = Chow nee Tomorrow = Prong nee Yesterday = Mur wan What is the time = Gee mong lowal

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Categories: Dining, Food Tags: ,

[ ] Steamed Fish with Lime ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว (pla [bla- fish] neung[steamed-nung] manao[lime- ma-now])

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I’ve just started to add my thai language pages to the site so I can track my progress. Also, by entering all the phrases in tables, it’s much easier to find and search, update, centralize, and consolidate any new information or learning. I’ll add in links to the extremely valuable teaching sites that have helped […]

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Categories: Living Thai, Relationships Tags:

My longest standing friend Todd is now retired and preparing for the final move to Thailand. I’ve known him for 15 years now, so it’s a bitter sweet prolonged departure and goodbye. I’m happy that he will get to enjoy the daily Thai life now that he’s completed work, but it will be a big […]

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Categories: Decisions, ESL Teaching, Planning Tags:

It’s been a challenging year and things have not developed the way I expected them to. I think that there are many things in life like that though… At this point, it’s difficult to say if teaching in Thailand will be a realistic goal, thus moving there may seem more like a dream or wish […]

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