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    Thai Cooking Essentials
    POSTED BY Thai Terre | April 15, 2019
    a big pink bowl of green and red chillis So you've been out and visited your local highly rated Thai Restaurant (we don't like to brag but... thanks) and you tried the most delicious food which you simply must recreate at home...or at least try. The thing is, where do you start with Thai cooking? If you're going to cook one dish, you might as well create a Thai larder of sorts as you won't use up all of your ingredients in just one dish and let's face it, once you've tried one Thai dish, you'll just want to try more and more. So when it comes to Thai Cooking Essentials, here is what you should have in your cupboard.

    Jasmine Rice

    This Thai staple, a long-grain rice with a nutty flavor, is a must-have (especially if you have a rice cooker to do the work for you). The rule of thumb is to cook one cup per person.

    Sticky Rice

    Also known as glutinous rice, this is the other go-to Thai accompaniment. It needs to be steamed as it’s prepared; to achieve the perfect consistency ...
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    5 Vegetarian and Vegan Thai Recipes
    POSTED BY Thai Terre | March 31, 2019
    Just because you're a vegetarian or indeed vegan does not mean you cannot enjoy Thai Cuisine. We ourselves have a number of vegetarian dishes on our menu that a lot of our diners enjoy, but we thought it would be great to share a selection of 5 Thai vegetarian recipes for you to try at home that the whole family will enjoy!

    Spicy Thai Noodles

    The chunky chef has created this delicious looking recipe for Spicy Thai Noodles that is ready in just 20 minutes. Deliciously spicy with hints of sweetness, these thai noodles are an amazing addition to your dinner table. Try them tonight!

    Rainbow Vegetarian Pad Thai

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    A Thai Valentine
    POSTED BY Thai Terre | March 31, 2019
    Something that is universal, that is understood in every part of the world by every single person in some way, is love. Love has no judgements, no prejudices and no discrimination. Love is just love. In the month of February, we celebrate love in the UK which often involves giant over-sized cuddly toys, copious amounts of red roses, cars, chocolates and depending on your circumstances perhaps a meal out or a takeaway on the sofa with a loved one. But how do people in Thailand celebrate Valentines?

    What Happens in Thailand?

    There are many reasons to love Thailand and if you’re fortunate enough to be in Thailand for Valentine’s Day (‘Wan Valentine‘ in Thai), it’s easy enough to spot the signs all around that love is in the air. Teenagers on motorbikes clutch oversized cuddly toys, flower markets do a roaring trade, restaurants host special promotions and various venues are decorated with red hearts....
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    3 Top Tips for A New Year & New You
    POSTED BY Thai Terre | January 8, 2019
    Firstly, let us take this opportunity to wish you all a very Happy New Year - did you have a good holiday season? We were delighted to see so many of you over the Christmas and New Year period and thank you for helping us to celebrate. Here we are at the start of a brand new year and so many of us choose to make resolutions for the year that will improve ourselves or our lives in some way. However, do we really need to wait for the arrival of a new year to make these changes and should we be changing at all? On average, resolutions last for 11-14 days before falling by the wayside. This year, rather than setting unrealistic resolutions to dramatically change the person you have been your whole life, why not set goals for the WHOLE year. That way, if you fall off the wagon, there is plenty of time to hop back on. So, what top tips do we have for going into the New Y...
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