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Audrey calendar

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Overindulgence

This is what a lot of sake sashimi looks like…in case you’re wondering. Repeat 3x.

aji sai: sake sashimi

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Newest Addition

Greatest gift from bro. Love this painting.

paris

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SukhoThai

Rave reviews put this little thai resto on our must-try list. So we went. Oh la. Spicy & flavourful…just the way we like it. Masaman curry was delicious. Fragrant & sweet, with a heat that lingered. High expectations for the red curry. Will always be that way after Mengrai. And…it was close.

Stand-out dish:

    • Gaeng Masaman: Masaman curry with peanuts, potatoes, onions, shallots, coconut milk & tamarind sauce
photo cred: sukho thai

photo cred: sukhothai

 

Honourable mentions:

    • Gaeng Phed: Red Curry with squash, kaffir lime leaves, basil leaves, red & green pepers & coconut milk – with tofu.
    • Spring Rolls: Crispy vegetarian rolls with glass noodles, mushrooms, carrots & beansprouts. Served with a sweet & sour garlic sauce

Until next time…

    • Tom Kha Gai: Creamy coconut, chicken soup, with fresh cut herbs. Galangal, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, coriander, onions & tomatoes.
    • Sukhothai Pad Thai: “Sukh’ed up”, Northern Thai version of the Pad Thai
    • Pad Kee Mao: Savoury, hot and spicy stir-fried rice noodles with a choice of chicken, beef, tofu or shrimp.
    • Gaeng Panang: Panang curry with kaffir lime leaves, basil leaves, red and green pepers and coconut milk.

http://www.sukhothaifood.com/
274 Parliament St.
416.913.8846

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One of my absolute favourite songs. To play. To listen.

Fell in love when I first heard it in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, sung by the fairest lady of all – Audrey Hepburn. Recorded for Mother’s Day last year.

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African Peanut Stew

Comfort food at its best. And healthiest. What’s in it? Everything you can imagine & it works. Sweet potatoes, red peppers, carrots, celery, edamame, chicken, garlic, curry powder, peanut butter, spinach…it goes on. must. find. recipe {again}.

African Peanut Stew via iPhone

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It’s about time.

It’s been months of saying, now finally doing.

After incessantly posting food pics & 140-character resto reviews (using fB & twitter as my own personal food blog no less), decided it was high time to unleash this obsession elsewhere.

Very excited. 3 days before the end of 2009. Never too late, right?

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