Thai Fruit

Thailand is undoubtedly a nation of fruits; fruit vendors sell dozens of different chilled fruits on street corners throughout the kingdom, selling sliced ponelamai (fruit) for as little as 10 baht per serving... Read More...

Thai Source? Chili Paste

Thai chili paste, or nam prik, is the base of many Thai dishes, though variations of it are also served as dips.  Thai Chili pastes are made by muddling chili, garlic, shrimp paste, lime, and other spices ... Read More...

Thai Spicy Salad or Yam

A Thai salad is often one of the spiciest Thai dishes and is frequently ordered as one of the many communal dishes in a meal.  A Thai salad is generally made of raw vegetables mixed with chili, lime, and fish sauce, though some, such as Yam Neua (Thai bee... Read More...

Thai Desserts

You couldn’t tell by looking at slim waste lines of many Thais, but Thai people love to eat dessert.  This includes both traditional Thai desserts as well as western fare, including cakes and ice cream.  T... Read More...

Thai Noodles

Unlike typical Thai dishes, which are served for communal consumption, most Thai noodle dishes are served as individual dishes.  While some restaurants will serve Thai noodle dishes, particularly Pad Thai ... Read More...

Thai Curry and Soup

As Thai meals are typically served family style, with all diners sharing entrees, a Thai curry or soup is usually ordered with a meal.  The consistency of each Thai curry varies widely, with some curries arguably classifiable as soups.  However, most Thai... Read More...