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Easy Thai Food Explained: Aunchalee teaches you how to make Thai Basil Chicken. For more Thai recipes visit thaifoodcast****.
Absinthe Mixologist Jared Williams has created a truly unique cocktail flavor combination that is refreshing and delicious. Inspired by the Thai dish, Nur Ta Kai it combines the flavors of Basil and licorice.
Jared uses Le Tourment Vert Absinthe for this but you can experiment with other brands to get more licorice flavor in the mix.
Thai Absinthe Cocktail
1 Handful of Thai basil (or Italian basil)
1 Shot Le Tourment Vert absinthe
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon of sugar (or half an ounce of bar syrup)
Build this cocktail in the shaker tin.
Begin with basil
Shot of absinthe
1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice
1 Teaspoon of sugar (or half an ounce of bar syrup)
Strain over ice.
Pour some of the basil out of the shaker tin into the glass.
Top up with equal parts of club soda and 7UP
Note: This is great for hot summer nights out doors, at festivals, and in open air café style salons. Next time you are in the mood for a mojito give this a try and see what you think.
Lin's Mandarin Chinese Restaurant is a Chinese Restaurant in Norridge, IL that has been doing business since 2003, specializing in Chinese Restaurant, Chinese Food Restaurant, Asian Restaurant, Thai Basil Fried Rices, Chicken Chow Mein Meals, Egg Roll Appetizers, Family Dining, Family Restaurant, Chinese Food Catering Services, and Chinese Delivery Restaurant.
Welcome to Healthy Helpings TV, featuring host Michele Koen.
Today, Michelle brings you a succulent and aromatic chicken stir-fry with flavors of Thailand, amazing noodles, cloud-ear mushrooms and spicy chillies with garlic! Yum!
Open Source Food has some delectable CC licensed treats for any type of cook.
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At Krung Thai you will find authentic Thai food, lunch specials, a dance floor and Karaoke nightly with International Vocalist and Las Vegas Legend Paul Swan. Bring your friends and family for a great time.
Learn how to speak Thai with *******teakdoor**** The Thailand Forum. This tutorial is on the words for Thai spices and herbs.
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