Keo's Thai Cuisine

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Ten Speed Press, 1999 - Cooking - 191 pages
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The books that ushered in the Thai revolution in kitchens across America is back in a revised edition featuring the classic recipes that earned Keo an international following, along with new recipes fresh from the kitchen of his world-famous restaurant in Hawaii. With over 80,000 books in print, KEO'S THAI CUISINE continues to be the definitive source for home cooks serious about Thai cuisine. Each chapter is structured to allow a beginner to understand the components and philosophy of Thai cuisine, as well as prepare such winning dishes as Keo's Thai Spring Rolls, Evil Jungle Prince with Mixed Vegetables, and Musamen Beef Curry. The fresh new look we've given the revised edition makes the full-color food photography look more enticing than ever.

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User Review  - margd - LibraryThing

Recipes seem authentic with enough ingredients to achieve the Thai balance of flavours, but not so many as to leaving your fridge bulging. There are photos of most foods, but sometimes they are ... Read full review

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User Review  - MrsLee - LibraryThing

I don't know if I will ever try these recipes, but the photographs are like art. It is a joy to browse, then go out for Thai. :) Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Born in Laos, Keo and his family immigrated to Hawaii, where he began a dedicated pledge to preparing the best food of the Indochinese region. In 1977 he opened his first restaurant, the Mekong in Honolulu. Since then, Keo has opened three other restaurants, including the Mekong II and Keo's Thai Cuisine.

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