Monday, June 29, 2009

Swensen's Icecream Cake

This is the birthday cake of my dear. It's Mocha Icecream Cake. What I love about this is that it is coated with lots and lots of almonds and peanuts!

It only cost 550 baht for Medium and 650 baht for large. This is really good for summer time!
Swensen's Ice Cream Cake can stay cool without refrigeration for up to 6 hours that's why we're waiting for it to melt a little bit before we could start eating because it's hard as a stone at first...LOL!

Thai Mango Salad

This is Thai's Mango Salad which they named "Nak Mamuang".

Ingredients of this include coconut, dried shrimp, dried peanuts and hot chili powder. At first, you find the appearance offensive but just close your eyes and feel the new taste. Maybe, you'll be asking for more.

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Rice with Veggie, Chicken and Chili Pepper

If I'm bored with fried rice with seafood, I sometimes order "Pak Pret Khaay" -Rice with veggie, chicken and chili pepper.

The taste is not complete without this chili sauce!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Thai Noodle-Mee Lueang

I love to eat "Mee Lueang" or yellow noodle for a hearty breakfast. You could have a bowl of this menu for 30 baht for ordinary and 40 baht for special. What I featured here is just the ordinary one with an extraordinary taste. I just bought this one in our neighborhood. You could either separate the soup or eat this noodle mixed with the soup.

For me, I prefer to eat the noodle dry and sip the soup separately. After eating this one, I could exclaim "Em Laew!" meaning "I'm full already!"

Fried Rice with Seafood

This is the all-time fave food of my hubby and me-fried rice with seafood (squid and shrimp). I usually order this one during lunchtime at a nearby restaurant. It cost me 30 baht for a plate. When you order this one you could say "Khaw Phaat Talae (seafood)" or "Khaw Phaat Koong (shrimp)". Don't forget to squeeze on the lemon...

Thai Papaya Salad

This is great as an appetizer. Thai papaya salad is known as "Som Tum". Vendors sell them on streets and usually nearby the 7/11 Convenience Store.


1. shredded green papaya
2. raw string beans
3. dried peanuts
4. tomatoes
5. onions
6. garlic
7. salted crablets
8. minced chili pepper
9. vinegar, salt, sugar, fish sauce

Khaw Yam

My bro said he loves to buy this one for breakfast or for snack. In Thai it is called "Khaw Yam".

As you can see, it is a mixture of lemon grass' stems and leaves, mongo sprout, rice vermicelli and lots of powdered chili! Just mix them together and you'll have delectable meal. It is ideal for breakfast with hot tea or simply for snacks.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Trying Thin Crust Pizza

One time, my hubby and I decide to order "thin crust" instead of our usual order "in pan". It tastes so delectable... I forgot what flavor is this but it got a lot of pepperoni and vegetable.

I can't help ordering bread stick with it's cheezy sauce.....Mmmmmm.....

Our order won't be complete without my Chaa yin. Their Chaa Yin over there in Pizza Company is so delicious!!! I'm drooling right now....

My hearty lunch

I usually bring lunch at school but this particular day I decided to eat at a nearby restaurant near our school. This is what I got:

  • fried squash with egg
  • dried fish
  • soup "kimchuu" with minced pork, seaweeds , tofu and chinese cabbage
  • raw veggies with shrimp paste
  • drinks: Chaa yin (cold milk tea)
This cost me 55 baht...not too bad...