Tastes of Thailand


  1. Jan says:

    New Mexican red and green chilies – as addictive and evocative as Thai:)

  2. my goodness these photos basically just made me drool. I found your blog through drew meyer’s recent post, and i was telling him how much i want to go to thailand for this very reason!

  3. beautiful photos! I really want to go to a Thai cooking school when I finally get to SE Asia… do you know of a good one? Thanks!

    • Alana says:

      Chiang Mai is a definite hub for them – most in town offer about the same program (day or half day, similar recipes and process) and are relatively the same price. While they’re all similar, I haven’t heard of anyone having a really poor experience, I would recommend the Chiang Mai Thai Farm Cooking School. There are also several farm-stay/cooking course options outside of town in the surrounding area…depends on what you’re looking for!

  4. Thanks for this article. Now I can’t wait for my trip even more 🙂 Going in 24 days

    • Alana says:

      You’ll love it! Try to find someone who knows the area you’re in to suggest where to go eat – I’ve been in Chiang Mai for more than a year and a half and still am having people recommend places I didn’t know about…

  5. Katie says:

    Wow, everything sounds amazing! I clearly need to be more adventurous in my Thai food choices (although it still wouldn’t compare with actually visiting Thailand. maybe that will be next on my list after my European trip).

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