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Lobster Balls with Green Curry
Luxurious Thai Lobster Balls in creamy coconut green curry sauce with your favourite seasonal vegetables makes a quick but very tasty meal. You can purchase the Lobster Balls or make your own. Same with Green Curry paste make your own or buy ready made.

Mai-Thai Salad Rolls
Refreshing and always popular salad rolls can be made ahead of time and placed in serving dish with ice under compartment.

Mango-Avocado-Tomato
Heirloom tomatoes are at the peak right now in our garden and in the Farmer's Markets. Perfect time to kick it up a notch with my "ThaiŽd up" approach to gazpacho or salsa. The marriage of the flavours is exciting and refreshing. ENJOY!

Mango-Tomato-Avocado
The combination of flavours and textures make this a refreshing taste treat. It great as a salsa or cold soup or even on bruchetta. Lovely with grilled seafood, chicken or pork.

Massaman Chicken Curry
Massaman Curry is a favourite with many westerners and various meats or fowl can be used, although beef is probably the most common protein used.

Massaman Curried Rice
This spicy Massaman curry fried rice is very popular in the South of Thailand and will delight the palates of friends and family. This recipe delivers amazing flavours. Leftovers are great to fill an omelette.

Massaman Curry Paste
One of the most loved of Thai curries, Massaman is perfect with beef and potatoes or chicken.

Massaman Curry Paste (Kaeng Massaman)
Massaman Curry Paste is often a favourite as it is a mild curry and wonderful with chicken, beef or pork and potatoes-both sweet and white.

Massaman Curry Paste (Nam Phrik Kaeng Massaman)
Massaman Curry Paste (Nam Phrik Kaeng Massaman)master recipe

Miang Gai
Miang Gai is a very tasty snack often sold as street food. It involves wrapping little tidbits of several items in a leaf, along with a sweet-and-salty sauce. Chewing all the combination of ingredients together is like a snap-crackle and pop of bursting exciting flavours.

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