August, 2012:

Vietman visits another Vietnamese restaurant

0 Vietman visits another Vietnamese restaurantVietman returns to call a Vietnamese restaurant and does his usual accusation of people saying motherfuck. The usual hilarity ensues when the old man dares him to kick people’s asses.

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Best Thai Restaurant: Result – Gordon Ramsay

0 Best Thai Restaurant: Result   Gordon RamsayGordon Ramsay reveals his decision on who will be representing thai food in the semi-finals.

Gordon Ramsay in search of Britain’s best restaurant. Top restaurants from around the UK compete to win the title.

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Dog Meat On The Menu At This Vietnam Restaurant!

0 Dog Meat On The Menu At This Vietnam Restaurant!

Dog anyone?

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Traditional Thai Food at The Local Restaurant in Bangkok

0 Traditional Thai Food at The Local Restaurant in BangkokMore information on this link.

Within the hustle of modern Thai food, it can be challenging to actually find authentic and traditional Thai food.

In Bangkok, street food though very delicious, is modified so it’s easier to make and quicker to sell. This of course, isn’t bad, and Thai street food is outstanding, but it can be nice to get back to the roots of Thai cuisine and experience a meal that accentuates the passion and the deep flavors that Thai cuisine has become so famous for.

In this video the Eating Thai Food crew heads over to The Local Restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand (just off Asoke road) for an unforgettable dining experience.

First off the owner and Chef Cann explains a little about local Thai culinary roots and goes over a number of the traditional dishes that he’s prepared for us to sample.

After that, I finally have an opportunity to taste a few of the delights that he’s cooked.

We began the meal off with an incredible looking appetizer mixed plate known as Ruam Kam Aroy (รวมคำอร่อย). It included a number of different tasting tidbits to eat.

Next was the mixed vegetable dish known as Pad Pak Pun Baan (ผัดผักพื้นบ้าน) which was cooked so it was still crisp and not at all limp or over done. It was a great veggie dish to mix with the other curries and dishes of the meal.

Another delicious item on the menu is the traditional Thai Gaeng Run Juan (แกงรัญจวนเนื้อ). This was my first time to eat it, and I thoroughly enjoyed every bite!

Lastly, The Local is especially famous for their Pla Ta Pien Tom Kem (ปลาตะเพียนต้มเค็ม), which is a signature fish slow simmered in sugar cane juice and ginger.

The traditional Thai food meal was fantastic and the entire experience was incredible.

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Food Adventure Program For Awesome People! – Korean Grilled Fish – Samchi Gui and some Budae Jjigae

0 Food Adventure Program For Awesome People!   Korean Grilled Fish   Samchi Gui and some Budae JjigaeWe go out to a Korean Restaurant to have some fish and soup. We’re having Samchi Gui, which is Spanish mackerel, and some budaejjigae, which is “army” stew. Absolutely delicious stuff here icon biggrin Food Adventure Program For Awesome People!   Korean Grilled Fish   Samchi Gui and some Budae Jjigae

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Duration : 0:7:54


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Tokyo Wako: Follow Me Around: Japanese Cuisine

0 Tokyo Wako: Follow Me Around: Japanese CuisineHappy bday Rodaina!

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Chinese Food, pigs ear, kidney and more! Rick Moyer’s video blog for July 10th, 2010

0 Chinese Food, pigs ear, kidney and more!  Rick Moyers video blog for July 10th, 2010Join me as I show you some very yummy food cooked at a local Chinese Restaurant OCEAN PALACE in Aberdeen. This food was so interesting, including kidney and pigs ear, duck and roasted pork.

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What type of limes to you find in restaurants in Vietnam? They are the size/shape of quail eggs.?

Various species and subspecies of citrus are called limes, including the kaffir lime of Asia, and Citrus aurantifolia, the yellow-fleshed key lime of the southern U.S. (which is also commonly used in Mexico and the Caribbean). Citrus latifolia is the ordinary green Persian lime that is encountered most often in the U.S., even in cuisines where other, different-tasting limes would normally be used. Besides being traditionally associated with Persia, its origins are unknown.

Which Korean restaurant item should I get for the first time?

I’ve tried bibimbap from a Trader Joe’s frozen section but I’ve never had anything from an actual restaurant. Plus I am taking my mom and sister. My mom likes very plain food and sister likes salty but nothing spicy.. Suggestions??

bulgogi, samgyupsal and bibimbap.

Ten Course Japanese Dinner

0 Ten Course Japanese DinnerIn this video, I attempt to Introduce and taste many kinds of Japanese foods all in one sitting. Which dish looks the most appetizing or grotesque to you?

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