Awesome cookbook that captures authentic recipes and techniques. It is not watered down/simplified, however author does provide some guidance on ingredients and the setting surround the foods consumption. It will take me a bit to cook through everything and I want to do more research on the sour meat techniques but a few of the simple snack recipes turned out on point. Add this book to your collection if you are serious about learning, eating, cooking Thai. A road trip to Pok Pok is also in the works. Stay tuned for more dishes!
Pictured below- plaa lek thawt krob (fried tiny fish) and yam met mamuang himaphaan (fried cashews with salt, chiles and green onions)
I received a copy of this book from blogging for books in exchange for my honest review.
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Looks like a great book. I’m excited to check it out. I love anjoo (korean drinking food) so I know I’ll love these Thai recipes. Thanks Megan!