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So a few of my Canadian friends, Ken and Gary, are here in Vancouver seeing family and friends. We had our weekly Saturday night get together dinner therefore extended to four of us this week. It was time to break out some west coast BC meets thailand recipes, so I went with coconut curry poached […]

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One of the greatest experiences for me in Thailand is discovering new meals made by cooks who put their heart into everything they make. The meal was amazing. The SomTam was special as well as it used young coconut instead of green papaya… The taste was refreshing and amazing…so good! I was at an outdoor […]

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Well, I didn’t know what to expect, but that’s what makes cooking a real adventure. Stuck with shrimp without tofu, fresh chili’s instead of dried, and tamarind juice/fish sauce/palm sugar for the sauce… I must say that the results were rewarding. I actually really liked it, and the rice noodles are filling but not heavy. […]

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I recently attended a workshop to capture some images and create a vision of my life in the future. One of the things I’m really working on is believing and consistently acting towards realising that life’s fulfillment. It’s hard sometimes when encountering disappointment and roadblocks, but there is always a way. Like my friend JC […]

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I’ve tried my hand at making Thai dinners now several times, so it is becoming easier. One thing I need go work on is finding the right balance of flavours in my dishes like they do in Thailand. Laab moo is very tasty and relatively easy to make. It goes great with some Tam and […]

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