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How to Find Some of the Best Pattaya Hotels

Archive for October, 2010


How to Find Some of the Best Pattaya Hotels

When you are looking for a holiday destination where you can really get away from it all, Pattaya is a great choice. Situated in Eastern Thailand, Pattaya boasts gorgeous beaches and fun and raucous night-life. Pattaya hotels offer something for everybody from those on a shoestring to those who are looking for the utmost in luxury accommodation.

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Thai Recipes – An Assortment of Sour and Spicy Flavors

Thai food presents several scrumptious recipes flavored with spices, lemon-grass or coconut. The ingredients vary from region to region, for example, turmeric and coconut are commonly used in Southern region of Thailand while lime juice has large usage in Northeastern Thailand. It doesn't matter that to which part the dish belongs to, all Thai recipes are a perfect blend of common flavors such as sweet and sour, fiery, salty and in only some cases bitter.

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The Vermicelli, Beef And Thai Basil Salad Recipe

Directions for the vermicelli, beef and thai basil salad recipe: 1. Soak the noodles in hot water for 5 minutes, or until soft, Drain. 2. Combine the dressing ingredients) mix well and set aside.

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Thai Food And Its Charm

Thai food always has various kinds of vegetables as main ingredients. These can be found in Kaeng Liang, Kaeng Som, Kaeng Noppakaaw, Kaeng Kae, Kaeng Nor Mai. and Kaeng Hua Pli. Of the “yam” (salad) type, are Yam Hua Pli and Yam Kalaampli. There are many foods that are good eaten with vegetables. Isaan's

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Thai Food

Thai Food is Widely Known for Being Hot and Spicy Since Almost All Thai Food is Cooked With Basic Ingredients Such as Garlic, Chillies, Lime Juice, Lemon Grass and Fresh Coriander Leaf and Fermented Fish Sauce (nam Pla) or Shrimp Paste (kapi) to Make it Salty.

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An Introduction to Thai Food

Thai cuisine has elements in common with both Indian and Chinese food, but offers advantages over both. The aromatic flavours are more prominent and varied than in Chinese food, and the majority of dishes are lighter and less fatty than Indian foods.

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Thai beef salad with a western twist

The first time I ate this was actually in Spring about a year ago. One of the product evaluators for Dishdrawer threw a pot luck dinner and Craig, an electronics engineer, brought this gem along. The coriander jazzes the greens up, the cucumber provides a satisfying crunch, while the beef provides protein and deliciousness. A worthwhile summer/spring salad that I recommend you try your hand at.

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