Cooking class in Phuket, Thailand: how to make Tom Yam Goong (hot and sour prawn soup) recipe adapted for home cooks
Thai styled Grilled Beef Salad, or Yam Nuea Yang, popular salad in a sweet and sour sauce. There are only a few ingredients, it is easy to prepare, and there is little cleanup. Makes a perfect starter.
Recipe for Mee Sapam, a fried noodle dish made with Hokkien style egg noodles, which are thick and yellow in colour. Named after a village on in Phuket, Mee Sapam can be made with seafood, chicken, beef, or pork - or with just vegetables.
How to prepare Thai style Spring Rolls with Crab Meat, which are lighter than Chinese style spring rolls, and because they are not the least bit oily, they are surely much healthier, as well.
How to make Phad Thai at home: a chef at Cape Dara in Pattaya, Thailand, shares his recipe for a mouthwatering version of Thailand's national dish, stir-fried rice noodles with shellfish and other ingredients, often served by street-side vendors.
Tagliatelle with Fresh Summer Truffles and Grilled Peppers Sauce is a perfect Italian dish for summer. Andrea Tranchero, Executive Chef, Barilla Australia Pty Ltd, shared his recipe at food and wine trade fair HOFEX Hong Kong.
Recipe for roasted chicken or duck with pineapple and lychee curry from the #ozo chaweng Samui hotel in Koh Samui Thailand
Balinese Recipes This recipe for Minced Chicken Sate (pronounced the same as 'satay') was developed by Nyoman Mustika, Executive Chef at Ametis Villa Bali in Cangbu, Bali, Indonesia. It is recommended for both its taste and texture. Minced chicken sate being fried in a frying pan with ridges. Credit: Accidental Travel Writer. Ingredients - Sate …
How to make Singapore Slings - recipes, cocktails recipes.
Part Four in a Series With the upcoming release of a movie version of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, The Great Gatsby, The Milestone Hotel in London, England, is serving two cocktails inspired by the movie: The Daisy and the Gatsby. This is the fourth in a series on The Great Gatsby. When you think …