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    Please view my Mrs Thai Food Website

    My Mrs trained as a chef at the Oriental in BK. Now we live up in the sticks in Canada, but she loves to cook. My food bill has quadrupled but I have never eaten as well in my life, neither has an ever increasing number of friends LOL.

    To stay sane she has started a website: http://southpacificengagement.com/ It has a whole section on how to prepare Thai dishes. Pics and Videos. Nothing posh but it will keep her happy if a few people visit. Please!!:-)

    The name of the website is for our trip to the SP islands next year.

    Cheers

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    South – Pacific Engagement

    Looks great! Photos are brilliant, I wish I could learn to use a camera!

    Big thumbs up from me

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    Very nice, also loved the canook pics

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    Cheers.She spends a lot of time on it and then I am the ruddy editor, but she loves cooking and it is a way that she feels good about showing what she can do.

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    Agree with Satonic - brilliant photos and some of my favourite Thai dishes.

    Interesting choice of meat for the Panang, have to try that soon.

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    The dogs freezing their balls off and having so much fun doing it made me smile too

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    A brief look thru and it looks brilliant.

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    Who'd have thought you could turn larb into such finely crafted nouvelle cuisine. Super work!

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    The Panang with lamb chops is the winner for me there.
    Well done to both of you for the site (cooking, sailing and the wonderful pics).
    You had just over 4,300 hits a minute back. Sure there are gonna be a load more with that kind of content.

    Again. Well done to both of you.
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Excellent. My wife is also a chef, and loves to make Thai food. Site has been passed on to her; I'm certain she will be a loyal follower!

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    Cheers guys, you have spread a bit of sunshine!!

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    Not just good photos but good presentation too.
    Also I enjoy reading about the locale.

    Great stuff

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    Very nice site.
    Very easy on the eye.

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    Fantastic site.If your lady trained at the Oriental, then no wonder she is so good!

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    Will she be doing a post about carving the fruits and vegetables into attractive shapes ?
    If I may suggest she does times with the carving post. Anyone can produce attractive carved produce given unlimited time and resources. Its doing it in seconds whilst watching Thai TV and arguing with someone else that impresses.

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    If it stops the Midget moaning about not knowing what to cook, then it's all good.

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    Thumbs up from me too! Great site, has inspired me ...... gonna have to do a massaman curry later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    The Panang with lamb chops is the winner for me there.
    Well done to both of you for the site (cooking, sailing and the wonderful pics).
    You had just over 4,300 hits a minute back. Sure there are gonna be a load more with that kind of content.

    Again. Well done to both of you.
    4,406 when I just looked.

    Great job indeed.

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    I went. I saw. I liked. Well done to the wife.

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    Well done to the missus.A nicely presented site along with some breathtaking scenery.Hope you have a great trip through the islands.

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    Great blog..

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    Got to say a big well done, the site is very professional.

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    Thanks for that, SIT. I've bookmarked her site for my own use later.

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    Great site -- man you eat well!!!

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    Nice pics. Haven't been to BC for years. Beautiful place.

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