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Just in time for Chinese New Year: Chicken & Shiitake Mushroom Dumplings (still steaming hot!)
You don't need to wait for barbecue weather to make this new oven-broiled Thai pork satay (with real peanut sauce).
Warm up your winter with a good curry! - try this sumptuous Thai Seafood Curry with mixed seafood and fish, eggplant, bell pepper, tomato and fresh basil.
Learn how to make perfect Chicken Pad Thai like they do in Thailand (easy step-by-step photo instructions).
What are these pearl-like fruits with their sea urchin shells? Rambutans! Full of cold & flu-fighting vitamins, rambutans are a wonderful fruit to add to your January diet.
Leave the decadence of the holidays behind - start the new year with a healthy dessert like this easy Thai Banana-Lychee Dessert! (also a great way to use-up leftover bananas)
An easy last-minute Xmas dessert: Creme Caramel, Asian style! (gluten and lactose free)
This quick calamari makes a great party finger food.
With all the sweets surrounding us right now, it's good to get back to basics. Try this baby bok choy with garlic and sweet chili for a healthy dose of green power!
Spice up your party with this easy Chili-Garlic Shrimp - makes a great finger food!
Got a cold or flu? This Thai soup is currently under study for its ability to boost the immune system (see recipe plus link to news article).
A naturally gluten-free Christmas treat from Asia: Pandan Sweet Rice Cake! Try this new step-by-step recipe (with pictures).
Why choose between coconut rice and saffron rice when you can have both? Try this easy new recipe!
Christmas cake Asian-style: sticky rice cakes with red bean filling, topped with coconut "icing" (no icing sugar involved) and toasted coconut.
The best crab cakes ever! (with sweet chili sauce for dipping) - made with rice crackers instead of bread crumbs.
Recently voted the most popular fried rice in Thailand, this Pork Fried Rice is a delicious way to use up leftover rice. Includes baby shrimp and healthy greens too!
Brighten up your holiday table with this tropical fruit salad in a pineapple!
A cold-weather staple to get you through the holidays: Chicken Noodle Soup. Just what the doctor ordered!
These Thai chicken satay sticks make a great holiday finger food, and they can be cooked in the oven if your BBQ is snowed under!
Fresh papaya just cracked open! Find out more about how to prepare and cook with this winter-healthy fruit.
For dinner tonight at my house: easy Thai noodles with chili, lime, peanuts and fresh herbs (can also be made vegetarian!)
Translucent glass noodles (made of gluten-free bean/pea flour) make a wonderful tangle of a noodle salad together with shrimp, papaya, red cabbage, carrots, and greens!
Beautiful purple yams (also known as Purple Okinawan Sweet Potatoes) are now available at Asian markets and some grocery stores. Find out more about them (including recipes)!
Wonderful Thai fried rice with pineapple, nuts, and raisins, served in a "pineapple boat" (carving instructions included!).
Did you promise to bring a side dish? They'll love this Fresh Thai Noodle Salad with Shrimp & Garden Vegetables. Brimming with taste, and virtually fat-free!
Try an Asian brunch dish this weekend: Fresh Breakfast Noodles with Spinach, Fresh Coriander, and Black Vinegar.
Thanksgiving vegetables: Roasted Sweet Potato, Purple Yam, and Carrot tossed in Thai Spices. Note that purple yams are now available at most Asian markets. So easy, so good!
What's the secret to making restaurant-style hot & crunchy fried bananas? Spring roll wrappers! Wonderful with vanilla ice cream or a little whipped cream!
Curried Pumpkin Soup with Prawns, just in time for Thanksgiving!
What to serve a vegetarian or vegan this Thanksgiving? Start with this crunchy homemade deep-fried tofu with sweet chili dip! (gluten-free)
A quick & easy dip for your holiday platters, this Thai Peanut Dip isn't made with the usual peanut-butter, but with real peanuts - you'll taste the difference!
Recently voted the most popular salad in Thailand, Green Papaya Salad is guaranteed to make culinary waves at any social gathering.
This aromatic Thai Mussel Appetizer with Lemongrass and Fresh Herbs will make your guests extremely thankful this Thanksgiving!
Get your vitamin D during these dark November days with cold-water fish like this Pan-Seared Halibut - made in just minutes with a no-cook Lemon-Herb Sauce .