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More to come: photos from cooking class in Thailand
I've been living in Bangkok over two years now, so I've accumulated quite a few Thai food photos of my own (I took all these myself).
"Itim kati" - coconut ice cream for sale outside of a temple in Ayutthaya.
Barbecue chicken wings for sale on Bangkok's Narathiwat-Ratchanakarin Road.
A coconut water street vendor on Bangkok's Silom Road.
A fruit vendor outside the Chongnonsi BTS skytrain station (these guys are on practically every road).
A woman cooking up some "pad prik king moo" - stir-fried pork and green beans - just outside the National Stadium BTS skytrain station.
Inside my school cafeteria (part one).
Inside my school cafeteria (part two).
Barbecue seafood for sale in Bangkok's Chinatown.
"Khanom buang" - sweet Thai crÃªpes - for sale in Bangkok's Chinatown.
"Look choop" - candy with mung bean filling - for sale in Bangkok's Chinatown (I really love these things!).
Chinese-style wontons for sale at a tea shop in Bangkok's Chinatown (Xiongmao and Falcon know where I'm talkin' about!). Referenced here by americaninbangkok.
Dried insects for sale on Bangkok's infamous Khaosan Road.
Turkish-style chicken dÃ¼rÃ¼m for sale on Bangkok's infamous Khaosan Road.
Banana pancakes for sale outside the National Stadium BTS skytrain station (these are very popular with the backpacking crowd).
"Som tum" - green papaya salad - for sale at the food court in the Big C Supercenter on Bangkok's Ratchadamri Road.
Seafood and other Thai dishes on the beach in Pattaya.
Sweet crÃªpes for sale on New Year's Eve night on Bangkok's Rama I Road.
Seafood at a restaurant on the beach in Hua Hin.
A grilled banana vendor on Bangkok's Silom Road.
A fresh pomegranate juice vendor on Bangkok's Silom Road.
Several different Thai dishes, which are normally thrown on top of a bed of rice, for sale on Bangkok's Surawong Road (I eat this kind of food for lunch almost every day).
I don't know the Thai name for these, but they look a lot like "takoh" - coconut cream jelly. These were for sale on Bangkok's Charoenkrung Road.
Mexican food at Sunrise Tacos on Bangkok's Silom Road. I've eaten here with Xiongmao, Falcon, and Rock on separate occasions.
See. F.uck Everdred and Momopi! You guys didn't have to create this thread for my feeble eyes! Hhahhaahaa lol
That food brings back some great memories from 2007/2008. Yummie!!!!
What's that dish? Ummm Tom Gai Pai or something with the lemongrass in it with coconut milk as the broth sauce. OMG that food gets the business with me!!!!!! Thai food is so good that I have to make sexual epithets when talking about it! LOL
I was kidding about the "f" part, guys. It's just that I don't care for stateside "Thai" food which is offensively-expensive and not as good as real Thai food. I mean, e.g. they don't even sell curry puffs in the places I have been to in Thailand. Yes curry puffs taste good stateside, but still - know what I mean?
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Is Thailand a good safe place to live?
Can foreigners buy house & land there?
It's Asia so the cost of living is low right?
I assume food is affordable too
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