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Old 03-04-2006, 09:32 AM   #21
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corazon had mentioned that Thai would be fun. I think that I can find the stuff I need for it this time Anyone else interested?


BTW, does anyone have any recipes that don't include curry? DH has ulcers and other stomach ailments that can't take the spice of it.
tg, has your hubby been checked for h. pylori? a lot of ulcers and dispepsia are caused by bacteria and can be treated fairly easily with antibiotics.

i've had buddies that suffered thru ulcers to the point of having to sleep sitting up in a chair, and then they finally got tested. all it took was some tests, and then pills to get rid of it.

here's more than you need to know about h. pylori :http://www.helico.com/index.html
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Old 03-04-2006, 09:34 AM   #22
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Wow, thanks bucky!! He hasn't been checked for this.
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Old 03-04-2006, 09:39 AM   #23
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he may end up with radioactive breath (much like ronjohn in the a.m. after a brewer's club meeting. ), but if it cures the ulcer, that'll be great.
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Old 03-04-2006, 07:49 PM   #24
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Okay, here is my plate. I don't like Thai too much. The chicken was good and the rice was okay. The noodles......no, didn't care for the fishy after taste
But, it was worth trying. Youngest son likes the chicken and the noodles, hated the rice. DH, he didn't any of it. I wish I had grabbed my camera and got a picture of his face THAT was diffinately worth making all of it!!!!
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Old 03-04-2006, 07:49 PM   #25
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So, am I the only one doing this today??
Here is what I'm making.
The Pad Thai that pds listed,
Thai Chicken
Thai coconut rice

I'm going to lunch and a movie today. We're going to On the border. I have a feeling that it might be a bad mistake mixing the Mexican dishes and Thai dishes, but, I think it'll be worth the sickness tomorrow!! LOL
TG, I managed to get to the store to find the ingredients for the Thai Style Spicy Beef Jantaboon that I mentioned above. I should get to preparing it. Since prepping all the ingredients takes some time. I love Pad Thai. Your dinner sounds wonderful.
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Old 03-04-2006, 08:04 PM   #26
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Cool pic, tg. Can you tell us what each ingredient is on the plate? Looks yummy. So sorry to read your family didn't care for the dishes. I don't know about the recipes in the links you posted (if they are t&t), but go to a Thai restaurant (if you have not already); so you know what the true dish tastes like & have something to compare it with. The Taste of Thai recipes in the link I posted, are excellent. I have never detected a fishy taste. Maybe it was the recipe. Rather than picking a recipe off the internet, I would come here and ask the members for recipes first. Give Thai another try.
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Mish, these are what is on the plate.
The Pad Thai that pds listed,
Thai Chicken
Thai coconut rice
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Old 03-04-2006, 08:12 PM   #28
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Mish, these are what is on the plate.
The Pad Thai that pds listed,
Thai Chicken
Thai coconut rice
Thanks, tg. I meant your pic, as it looks VERY GOOD:

http://www.discusscooking.com/forums...1&d=1141519753
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Old 03-04-2006, 08:37 PM   #29
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Oh, sorry.
The yellow is the coconut rice. It's pretty sticky and it's okay, just bland.
The noodles are the orange. It's okay too, just the fishy after taste turned me on that one. The chicken is good though. It had a mixture of ginger and other things. It didn't have so much ginger to over power the other flavors. It was perfect. I would like to try it with white meat though.
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Thanks, tg. All the flavors sound yummy.
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