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I would love to buy a copy of Aroma.


No need for reasons.
I'll take quality over quantity any day.

Speaking of quality the photo of Khao Soi is making me drool in such a way that would make Pavlov proud.


Very nice of you to say, Steve. Thank you!


Wait, that first photo of the Cambodia – the coconut and rice flour treat – isn’t that the Vietnamese Banh bo (in relation to the Cantonese rice sponge cake) ? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A1nh_b%C3%B2


Haven't seen the pdf Katy, so not sure which photo you're referring to.


Robyn - I am talking about the photo in your post of Cambodia up there! (not the pdf of these Gourment articles which I don't read and buy!)http://eatingasia.typepad.com/eatingasia/cambodia/

Lai Thai Photo Blog

My favorite one, I live in Chiang Rai for 4 years and eat it every week.

The Grubworm

Life has a way of getting in the way of blogging, inconvenient though it is, I guess one does have to live it (life that is, not blogging) ;D

The magazine looks great, I will keep my greedy eyes out looking for it on the app store


This is a curry noodle dish called "Kao soi" yummy!.


'll take quality over amount any day.
Talking of high quality the photo of Khao Soi is making me drool in such a means that may make Pavlov proud.


Nice to see all of this food. It remember me how the asian cuisine taste and famous not only to my fellow asians but in the west too.

Thai Food

Wow looks interesting, its mouthwatering dish eager to taste it.

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