posts tagged "thai"
Posted on September 15, 2010
I’m thrilled to be a part of Pacific Natural Foods’ Everyday Chef Challenge! For the first round of the competition, $5 Dinners, Aggie’s Kitchen, Herbivoracious, A Savory Nest and I will be using a “secret” ingredient along with one of Pacific Natural Foods’ broth products *.
The secret ingredient for this round? Mushrooms. I used shiitake, though any type will work for the recipe below. And I have chosen to use their Organic Vegetable Broth.
Thai Vegetable Soup
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 onion, finely […]
Posted on December 28, 2009
These light and healthy Thai Chicken Wraps are an easy and refreshing entrée and a simple “one pot meal” to boot. I often make them with leftover chicken, though I sometimes use leftover fish –any type of protein will do.
The other night I served this to my children with salmon and my little one loved it. The older one? Well, he’s another story and not all that adventurous in his eating habits of late. He enjoys his homemade burritos and […]
Posted on June 24, 2009
This Pad Thai is one of my family’s favorite dishes. Add a heap of grilled chicken or sea food and you have a delicious high protein meal.
I purchase my noodles at the Asian market in town and haven’t seen them online. If you are looking for noodles, you’ll need to check out the Asian markets in your neck of the woods. If anyone knows of a good source for mung bean noodles that would be accessible to everyone (think Whole […]
Posted on June 3, 2008
We are in the middle of our little league baseball tourney (presently in quarterfinals) and play tonight to see if we can advance to the semis. My older son has been playing first base while the little one is bat boy.
We have had much fun, though it is getting quite competitive and the team we are playing tonight (the Nationals) is known as the meanest in the league. We have played them twice and lost both times so […]
Posted on April 25, 2008
I have to give full credit for this photo of Thai Chicken Soup to my boys. They helped me stage the shot and then sat with me at the computer to crop and size the photo. They are becoming such little artists, having far surpassed me in this arena.
The delicious Thai soup above is based on a recipe from Cook’s Illustrated. My friend Deb got me hooked on this magazine last year when she gave me a […]