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Thailand's Best Street Food: The Complete Guide to Streetside Dining in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket and Other Areas (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. März 2015

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"Thailand's Best Street Food largely succeeds in its attempt to provide a wide-angle view on Thai street food. Long-term visitors to Thailand will enjoy using the book's recommendations to experience the full breadth of Thai food's diverse pickings, as they travel from Phuket in the south to Chiang Mai in the far north. Travelers who want to take a bit of their experience home with them can even try out several recipes printed in the book, each one inspired by a Thai street food stall." — Michael Aquino, GoSEAsia.about.com

"This was a monster, 370 page hardback book. Packed full of great photos and recipes. It was the ideal coffee table book." —IamKohChang blog

"With its stunning photography and authentic recipes, this book transported me right back to Thailand. Take your friends and family on a culinary tour of the best Thai Street Food has to offer." —Katie Chin, author of Everyday Thai Cooking

"Thai street food is very personal to me since I grew up cooking street food with my mother and pushing a curry cart. This book demystifies and celebrates the intricacies of Thai street food and inspires the reader to get out there and eat!" —Ian Kittichai, chef and owner of Kittichai

"The delicious universe of street food in Bangkok is confounding to navigate, and there's no better guide than Chawadee Nualkhair. For twenty years Chow has combed the streets for the smokiest stir-fried noodles, the crispiest fried chicken, and the richest soup noodles. Chow lives to eat on the street; her hilarious blog and this informative book are proof of this, and all you need to eat well in Bangkok." —Jarrett Wrisley, food writer and owner of Appia and Soul Food Mahanakorn

"Street foods have been a mainstay of Thai culture for centuries, and today it is one of the world's hottest culinary trends. This book is the first complete guide to Thailand's street foods, which are one of life's pure pleasures. This is a fabulous collection—evocatively written, beautifully designed and ravishingly illustrated." —Dr. Prasert Prasartthong-Osoth, owner of Bangkok Airways

"Chow and I are truly old friends. Her book on Thai street food is complete and very well organized. I particularly enjoy her comments about whether Thai street food will survive or evolve into something different. This book is not only useful for those who want to know where to find the best street food but also to inform them about the types of street food available in Thailand and specifically Bangkok." —Chef McDang, TV food personality

"Thailand's Best Street Food is a thoroughly 'user friendly' guide that is enthusiastically recommended for anyone visiting Thailand for business or for pleasure!" —Midwest Book Review

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The Best by the Best! 6. März 2015
Von Janet Brown - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
All over the world people are looking for street food, except perhaps for the people who grew up eating it. They’re often looking for more “sophistication” in their dining choices, which range from McDonalds to sous vide, depending on their income levels. They’re replaced by travelers, whose eagerness to find street food is exceeded only by their ignorance. Where? What? When? (And sometimes)—Why?

Four years ago, Chawadee Nualkhair brought light to the darkness for Bangkok visitors when she wrote Bangkok’s Top 50 Street Food Stalls, which is now out of print but still relevant if you can find one on alibris or at a used bookstore. (I suggest Dasa Books and Coffee in Bangkok.) This year she brings Thailand’s Best Street Food to eaters whose ambition surpasses their local knowledge—or for Thai residents who are overwhelmed by their culinary choices.

It may seem hubristic to the point of madness to narrow Thailand’s street food choices to a scant 160 pages, but that isn’t what Ms. Nualkhair is doing. She has written a sort of eater’s primer, giving a springboard of information that will launch the reader’s own journey of discovery—or, with any luck at all, her own series of street food guides to the regions she introduces in her latest book.

She begins with questions: Is street food dying out? What is a street food stall? How did she make her selections for this book? The question and answer that I loved best in her first book is absent here: How do you determine the hygiene of a particular vendor? Nualkhair’s advice is look carefully at the jars that hold condiments; if they aren’t clean, walk away.

A visual glossary to different kinds of noodles with accompanying ingredients and broth, fried noodles, rice dishes, appetizers and snacks, desserts, and beverages, with names in both English and Thai is almost worth the price of the book. Don’t want ice in your drink? Point to the Thai script for it and shake your head vigorously with a dramatic rendition of “Nononono." The only thing missing is the Thai script for “Where is the toilet?” which just might come in handy.

Otherwise the reader is covered, beyond a doubt. There are maps to each culinary destination; there are names and addresses of the food stalls both in English and in Thai, there are wonderful and tempting photographs (that certainly deserve more space than they have been given), and every so often there is a recipe—Elvis Suki’s Grilled Scallops, anyone? Adventurous eaters are even told which stalls have restrooms and which do not provide bathroom tissue.

The choices range from north to south, with the greatest concentration given to Bangkok. But every region is given careful attention—think quality over quantity, along with information that will help in conducting further independent study.

Really, what more does anyone need? On my next trip to Thailand, this book is going along too.
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Four Stars 13. August 2015
Von Judith A. Mertsch - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Enjoying learning the types foods of Bangkok.
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Five Stars 30. März 2015
Von Juliana R. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Iteresting book
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