The Best Thai Cookbooks


  1. Yvon says:

    Just the covers of these books are already great!
    Hopefully one of the winners will be very happy with the book!

  2. Dwight says:

    Oooh, really want this book. Love She Shimmers. Cool giveaway!

  3. Lynsay says:

    Thai food is my absolute fave. I’ve entered 🙂

  4. Jill says:

    I followed you & entered! 🙂 I’ve really enjoyed following your blog. I live in the Seattle area…my husband is Thai, and he desparately misses Thailand and the FOOD! I would love to be able to make some for him (I haven’t been able to duplicate very well thus far. hehehe…)

    • Alana Morgan says:

      Wow – it sounds like we have a bit in common! I’ve cooked a bit, but still haven’t mastered any dishes…they always seem to come out differently each time. What are your husband’s favorite Thai restaurants in Seattle?

  5. Hillary says:

    I’ve loved reading your blog! And would love to try some of these dishes – they sound delicious!

  6. Bethany says:

    Oo! I bought Pok Pok a few months ago and LOVE it! I’ve read it cover to cover and can’t wait to go to Portland to try out the restaurant. I’ve tried out some basic thai recipes (that I’m sure are not remotely authentic) but nothing to that caliber just yet.
    And I just started following She Simmers! Such a great blog.
    (PS. of course I follow you on Instagram!)

  7. Ashli says:

    I loved Pok Pok! Definitely gonna have to check out the others, too 🙂

  8. Mica says:

    We lived in Chiang Mai and traveled thru SE Asia and I swear I’ve become such a snob as in no other Thai food tastes as good as it does when you’re in Thailand! I’m ruined forever. I’ve been hearing good things about Pok Pok looks like I should pick up a copy!

    Following you on Insta for ages 🙂

    • Alana Morgan says:

      Where do you live now – are there any decent restaurants or markets around you? I’ve found some places where the food is fine…but it’s just SO much more expensive! :/

  9. Steph says:

    This is just what I need for my new (not yet existant), kitchen!

  10. Evie says:

    Thanks for your recommendations. I’ve been thinking about learning to cook some Thai food because we couldn’t get enough of it when we went there a few years back. I remember the best places were the hole in the wall kind of eateries and the multitude variety of noodle soup dishes. Those were so good!

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