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  1. Killer looking loveliness.. Thanks for bringing it to FF18!! Bubbles?


    • Lovely!!!!… Thank youuuuuu, Mr. Fitz.
      Corn 🙂


  2. Good luck with your new adventure! Please share your experience as I was thinking about self hosted site as well (not ready yet!!) will defiantly follow you. I enjoy your creative recipes and amazing photos!!!


    • You are SO SWEET. Thank you SO MUCH.
      I am not at all a tech savvy, so this is a huge headache, but it’s supposed to be so worth it 🙂

      I will keep you posted. Thank you SO MUCH again 🙂


  3. that dish looks not only different but delicious and healthy? Now I am going off topic even though I am co hosting with Mr Fitz, but I will hand you a glassof bubby whilst we talk. You are going self hosted? What made you decide that? Reason I ask is I am helping someone with their web/blog etc, they are self hosted with org and I am seeing quite a few differences etc and weighing up whether to persuade them to come to .com. It is hard not being on the reader and having the same access, so what is drawing you benefit wise to being self hosted? 🙂 big huggles, Justine, co hosting with Mr Fritz xx


  4. coconut and corn! two of my favorites! This looks so lovely too!

    As for the reader, I think if we add the blog link on this page “http://wordpress.com/following/edit/” we can still see the post but it may not show the pictures on the reader since it is probably just RSS. Good luck 😀



  5. I’ve heard of this street food dessert but I’ve never had it! It sounds sooooooo so good. I’m so glad you posted a recipe — I’ll have to try it. Thai street food sounds like heaven on earth 😉 And HURRAY for moving to self-hosted!!!! I did too a few months back and it was an amazing decision. Hope the transition is smooth :):) Love the new site layout, too!

      • Pang

        Hi Cynthia, I am actually still in the “tweaking mode;” so glad you like the layout though 🙂
        And yes, I agree with you about the benefit of a self-hosted, but the headache that came with it was just….(speechless).

        For this recipe, some will also add butter (or margarine), but I prefer without. Just like all street food, there is no definite recipe, each person usually taste & adjust as one’s taste. I am going back to visit my family in Thailand pretty soon, and am thinking of sharing all kind of street food in Thailand with all of you. My friends & family always take me to some unexpected locations for some of the most amazing food. I am going to write about them ( + where & how to get there) this time. 🙂

        Thank you SO MUCH for liking the photos. I am SO SO GLAD you are “here.” 🙂


  6. It’s exotic dessert for me! Looks really nice!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO SO MUCH, Mila. Hope you try it 🙂
      So glad you are “here.”


  7. Good luck with your new adventure! I am loving the new layout! Your photos look soooo much better in this format. I have moved my blog too few weeks ago and caught my ears into the process. If you need any help, let me know, hope I’ll be able to help! xo

    • Pang

      What a lovely offer!!! I will definitely hold you to that 🙂
      Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by & kind word.

      🙂

    • Pang

      OMG!!! I am so psyched you stopped by as I am the admirer of “savoury simple.”
      I am SO HAPPY you like the photos. Thank you SO MUCH for your sweet comment 🙂


  8. Wowowow Pang I am so impressed!!! Like, I don’t know if I could even cut open a coconut myself, let alone cook with fresh coconut. This looks amazing! My friend’s mom (their family is from Thailand) recently visited and cooked up a HUUGE thai feast for a bunch of her friends and it was so phenomenal. She taught me how to make thai iced tea and pad thai but unfortunately I wrote the ingredients down somewhere and then promptly lost them!! So can you pretty please teach us all how to make pad thai sometime soon?! 😀

    Also, absolutely GORGEOUS photography as usual! And your new site layout is stunning!!! I know moving over is SUCH a headache, so let me know if you have any questions! I don’t know if I’ll be able to help, but I moved over last February, so it’s still sorrrrt of fresh 🙂

    • Pang

      Yes, yes of course Erika, I will do Pad Thai post just for you. 🙂 Thank you so much for your visit & your kind comment as always. And yes, I will definitely bother you if I have any questions about my move in the future (wink) 😛

      P.S. whacking those coconuts was fun, though it got my mother-in-law scared for a minute 🙂

  9. Sylvia

    Lovely!! I thought I know most of the Thai food, but I never tried this one! Looks delicious! And seriously, I am IN LOVE with your photos! the colors, the composition, everything! beautiful!!

    • Pang

      Yay!!!!!! You are SO SWEET. Your comment makes my day.

      P.S. This recipe is from the street food vendor 🙂

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