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Shan Chicken Curry
Shan food is similar to Burmese and Thai with many thick curries made with Thai style pastes that also include some dried spices. This Shan Chicken Curry is a wonderful introduction to some of my favourite dishes of Mae Hong Son.

Chicken Soup with Rice Noodles
The word kaeng (pronounced 'gang') means two different things: one is a stew like dish,

Dipping Sauce from Hell
The perfect condiment for those who love some heat. I like using smoked chiles with the catfish for a very special flavour.

Isan Style Sausages
I learned to make these Isan sausages called Sai Grog Tod from the Colonel I. F. K. Philpott and his lovely wife Muoi Khuntilanont in Korat (Ubon Ratchashima)in the mid 1990's. They have been a family favourite ever since.

Green Mango Spicy Dip
Green Mango Dip or Nam Prik Ma-Muang is one of my favourite Thai dips especially for seafood in the summer. It is a very popular dip to accompany cold beer Singha as friends and family gather to chat, laugh and enjoy themselves as is a popular Thai culture custom.

Chicken Curry with Flatbread
This popular Thai-Indian street food is the perfect appetizer of lunch offering for you and your family and friends. The sweet-hot savoury bread is a great textural compliment to the savoury chicken curry served on top. Perfect with an ice cold Singha beer.

Salad of Mixed Ingredients
This Thai salad is similar in concept to such dishes as yam nuea or yam mu (beef or pork salads). This salad is perfect for a special party, especially for a wedding. Many of the ingredients have special meanings of luck and wealth for a couple.

Stir -Fried Chicken Green Beans
Traditional quick and easy Thai stir fry that packs great flavour in just minutes. This wonderful recipe is the perfect balanced meal in a bowl when served over steamed Thai Jasmine rice.

Isan Pork Salad
Yum Mu Isan is a spicy pork salad that is the perfect beginning to a traditional Thai meal. Isan salads are often the hottest part of a Thai meal, but youcan use fewer chiles to adjust to your palate.

Khao Krok Kapi
Jasmine rice made with shrimp paste (kapi) is one of the most popular dishes in the South of Thailand.

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