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Simply Thai Cooking
Thailand: The Beautiful Cookbook: Authentic Recipes from the Regions of Thailand

Thailand the Beautiful Cookbook is a joyous celebration of Thailand its people, and its cuisine.

The range and diversity of Thai cooking is showcased in this magnificent collection of authentic recipes from each of the four regions of Thailand. Thai-born chef and culinary expert Panurat Poladitmontri and his partner, Judy Lew, have prepared this superb collection of authentic, recipes, each of which has been individually photographed by leading food photographer John Hay and beautifully styled by Ann Creber. Internationally renowned photographers Luca Invernizzi Tettoni and John Hay present a spectacular collection of photographs to show Thailand's great scenic diversity, from the beaches and jungles of the South to the misty mountains of the North, and the varied lives of it's people. William Warren, who has spent many years in Thailand, writes with an insider's knowledge. He takes the reader on an absorbing trip around the country discussing the various influences--historical, physical, racial and cultural--that have formed the distinctive culture of the Thai people.

An extensive glossary ensures that any cooks who are unfamiliar with oriental ingredients and presentation will have no difficulty in bringing this wonderful selection of Thai dishes to their tables. 





True Thai: The Modern Art of Thai Cooking

True Thai is one of those rare and important cookbooks where cuisine and culture meet. Food lovers will come away with layers of understanding, discovering the soul of a country where cuisine is a sacred art. Most of the tools and ingredients used in True Thai are probably already in your kitchen. And its wide-ranging glossary of ingredients will help you select the most flavorful spices and freshest produce, as well as the best brands of key Thai ingredients like coconut milk and fish sauce. Among True Thai's 250 recipes, you'll find the many Thai dishes that have already won over Americans, such as Crispy Sweet Rice Noodles (mee krob) and soothing, aromatic Chicken-Coconut Soup with Siamese Ginger and Lemon Grass (tom kha kai). Everything is here, from the deliciously spiced barbecued chickens found in Thai provinces to the elaborate and time honored cuisines served to Thailand's royal family, such as King Rama V's Fried Rice. Since Thailand teems with both fresh- and saltwater fish and shellfish, you'll find an abundance of healthful, provocative seafood dishes, such as Ayuthaya Haw Mok Talay, a scrumptious mousse of curried fish, shrimp, and crab, redolent with chili and coconut milk, grilled and served in fragrant banana leaves.

The Thai Salads chapter showcases such recipes as Coconut, Lemon, and Ginger Salad or Grilled Lobster Salad with Green Mango that demonstrate the great variety and sensuousness of this branch of Thai cooking. Drinks and desserts include such ethereal treats as Rose-Petal Sorbet and the refreshingly herbaceous Lemon Grass Tea, wonderful either hot or cold. There's also a chapter that shows how to marry these newfound Thai tastes with classic American cooking, through such improvisations as Bangkok Burgers with Marinated, Grilled Onions and Spicy Thai Ketchup.

The Best of Vietnamese and Thai Cooking

Mai Pham has woven wonderful memories between the recipes of this beautiful book: memories of her childhood in Bangkok, her Vietnamese family and their reverence for good food, her husband's search for the best pho recipe in Saigon. The recipes themselves are light, healthy, and loaded with the unique flavors -- strong and delicate, tangy and mild, sweet and mouth-puckeringly sour, always exotic and delicious -- of Southeast Asia. Pham owns the Lemon Grass Restaurant and Cafes in Sacramento, and is a well-known teacher of Southeast Asian cooking.



Thai Cooking Made Easy



Real Vegetarian Thai



Lonely Planet World Food Thailand (Lonely Planet World Food Guides)

If you've already been to Thailand, you may doubt that any book, even a Lonely Planet guide, could do justice to the bounty of wonderful food to be found there. With recipes for favorite dishes, mouthwatering photos, and excellent commentary, World Food Thailand will make a believer out of you. You'll learn basic phrases (for instance, if you want something hot and spicy, simply say: "chwp pht"), the names of every delicious edible item seen at the market, and how to read menus. It's a great tool for preparing for a trip--with hints on what dishes not to miss in each region, from Muslim Curry in the south to Tm Kha Ki in Bangkok to Burmese-style curry in the north, as well as cultural pointers to help you avoid social gaffes. World Food Thailand also reflects the cultural and ethnic infusions that have added to Thai cuisine over that centuries, ranging from Chinese, Laotian, Malaysian, and even New World ingredients. Can you imagine Thai food without chilies and peanuts? Even if the only journey this book inspires is one to the grocery store, you'll be entering an exciting new era in your kitchen. --Jhana Bach 
Keo's Thai Cuisine



Real Thai: The Best of Thailand's Regional Cooking
The Food of Thailand: Authentic Recipes from the Golden Kingdom (Periplus World Cookbooks)


Dancing Shrimp: Favorite Thai Recipes for Seafood

More than a cookbook, Dancing Shrimp is both a rumination on how Thai food--the original fusion food, says author Kasma Loha-unchit--developed as a cuisine and a very thorough manual on how to properly prepare fresh fish, crustaceans, and mollusks in the Thai tradition. Filled with 125 tantalizing and sometimes challenging recipes, Loha-unchit covers not only basic cooking tenets but explores how to create dishes that balance the Thai people's love of the five primary flavors: salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and spicy.

Many of the recipes feature flavors not common in Western cooking, but Loha-unchit teaches you how to create a savory meal in which the disparate tastes work in harmony. In addition to the recipes, there are chapters on Thailand's seafood culture, how to select and prepare seafood, preserved foods and flavoring ingredients (like fish sauce, a staple item), and techniques and equipment. For those unfamiliar with fish sauce or shrimp paste, she explains how they are made, her favorite brands, and where you can purchase them (there's a store index in the back).

The recipes themselves are mouth-watering: Hot-and-Sour Shrimp Salad with Roasted Chilli Sauce, Lemon Grass, and Mint, Curried Mussels on the Half Shell with Flaked Crab, and Ginger-Tamarind Fish Soup, to name only a few. Though some of the recipes may seem daunting at first, Loha-unchit reminds us that "the wide range of variables makes Thai cooking exciting and Thai food both a simple and complex blend of invigorating flavors." After all, it's hard to resist Garlic-Black Bean Pan-Fried Red Snapper. Be sure to serve with a big pot of sticky white rice. --Dana Van Nest


Cracking the Coconut: Classic Thai Home Cooking

Americans love Thai food. Among the best cookbooks exploring this rich, tantalizing cuisine is chef-restaurateur Su-Mei Yu's Cracking the Coconut. Insisting that there can be no true Thai cooking without homemade "core" preparations (such as various chili pastes), Yu includes precise, accessible recipes for these and other essential ingredients while outlining fundamental techniques in vivid detail. Readers learn the proper hand motions for cracking a coconut, how to wrap ingredients in banana leaves, and how to work a mortar and pestle, the central Thai-kitchen implement. The book's 175 recipes are divided between chapters devoted to essential ingredients or dishes. The chapter on Thai curry ("the signature dish") explores the basics of preparing this exciting fare and includes such delicious recipes as Red Curry with Roasted Pork and Green Banana and Sweet Green Curry with Meatballs. A chapter called "The Secret of Thai Salads" offers recipes for a small repertoire of essential dressings and such tempting recipes as Apricot, Shrimp, and Pork Salad and a salad-feast called, simply, Lamb and Roast Duck.  --Arthur Boehm 




The Original Thai Cookbook

Delightful Thai Cooking


It Rains Fishes: Legends, Traditions and the Joys of Thai Cooking



The Blue Elephant Cookbook: Royal Thai Cuisine

New in paperback, with 80 color photos

Thai Pure & Simple

In Thai Pure & Simple, Somnuk "Sandy" Arpachinda shares the secrets that have made her the "mother of Thai cooking" in Michigan. This exciting new book presents recipes for dishes that have delighted thousands of regular customers to Sandy's restaurants in the northern suburbs of Detroit.

Presents more than one hundred recipes for the exotic, nutritious, and pleasing tastes of Thailand. And all recipes are customized for the home chef so they can be made simply and quickly with ingredients that are readily available.

Thai Pure & Simple also includes descriptions of Thai ingredients, tips on how to use them, and nuggets of advice from a restaurateur who is an outstanding chef in her own right. Plus you'll find insights into Thai traditions, legends, and history. 



The Elegant Taste of Thailand: Cha Am Cuisine



The Best of Regional Thai Cuisine



Charmaine Solomon's Thai Cookbook


Taste of Laos: Lao/Thai Recipes from Dara Restaurant



Thai Vegetarian Cooking: A Step-By-Step Guide (In a Nutshell, Vegetarian Cooking Series)

The Book of Thai Cooking
Easy Thai Cooking
Vatch's Thai Cookbook

Touring the four main regions of Thailand, chef Vatcharin Bhumichitr presents 150 authentic recipes, complete with a guide to basic ingredients and 70 color photos of the country and its food. The pungent flavor of lemon grass, the creamy richness of coconut milk, and the fiery punch of chili have all contributed to the phenomenal popularity of Thai cooking. Now Vatcharin Bhumichitr, proprietor of London's famous Chiang Mai restaurant, uses the essential ingredients themselves as the starting point for over 150 new recipes. Escorted through Thailand's four main regions, we discover the rice and noodles of Bangkok with their soy, fish, and bean sauces; the fiery dishes of the mountainous north, known for its garlic and chilies; the citrus flavors of the northeastern region: lemon grass, kaffir limes, and tamarind; and finally, in the south, the natural sweetness of fruits, palm sugar, and coconut. Filled with color images, this is both a superb cookbook and a marvelous culinary tour. 142 pp 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 70 color photos

Let's Cook Thai with Ruth

35 Authentic Thai Recipes by a Native Thai who has lived in America for 30 years. Most of the recipes cook within 30 minutes without a wok. The famous original pud thai recipe from Korat Thailand which is popular among the Thai's along with the famous satay with peanut sauce, the famous korat barbeque chicken and many other favorite recipes of Thailand are all available in this colorful cookbook. There is also mention of the medicinal and healing power of the herbs and spices which she used in her recipes. 

Simply Thai

Thai cuisine has become popular around the world, but for most people, the exotic and delicious flavors are almost impossible to replicate in their own kitchens. Not any longer! With his focus on Eastern cooking for Western kitchens, Chef Nathan Hyam shows you how to create your favorite Thai dishes at home, and even adapt them to your own taste. A detailed list of ingredients demystifies such exotic items as coconut milk and lemon grass, and a comprehensive glossary directs you to supermarkets, specialty food stores, and mail-order services that carry what you need. 



Thai Home Cooking (Essential Asian Kitchen)


The Vegetarian Taste of Thailand: Vegetable, Tofu, and Seafood Dishes




Thai Cooking from the Siam Cuisine Restaurant


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