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  1. Pang, this pesto is GORGEOUS! It’s so vibrant it’s almost like the pasta itself is made from beets or something. And the nephew? SO cute. That little tongue, bahah!

    • Pang

      Hi Cheryl, So happy you like that little tongue, too. hahaha … you are right that is such vibrant colour pesto, and you gave me idea to “play with”beet” once I get back. 🙂 Thank you SO MUCH for being here, and for your kind words, my lovely friend. 🙂


  2. Oh Pang, your nephew is just adorable – I am surprised that you can tear yourself away from him for even one minute!! I love those little tarts you photographed for your friends website – seriously great styling and photography. And this beautiful jewel like amaranth pesto is simply stunning! Enjoy Thailand – I can wait to see your Ikkat post!! Thank you so much for bringing this gorgeous dish to the party – Happy Fiesta Friday!!

    • Pang

      So happy to finally join Fiesta Friday after a long hiatus 🙂
      I am hoping to join the party often though I am so sure. Thank you so much for your kind words as always, Selma 🙂


  3. Beautiful, vibrant colors! Your nephew is a sweetheart 🙂 Cannot wait to see more about Thailand! Have fun! We miss you too

    • Pang

      Thank you so so much, Oana 🙂


  4. All your photography, the food and people, is amazing! Your nephew is very cute! Keep having fun in Thailand, and I cannot wait to hear about all the new, local cuisine you try. Happy FF, and have a wonderful weekend. 😀


  5. Never apologize for living life the way it is supposed to be lived! Your nephew is just a doll! Your amaranth pesto looks amazing!


  6. What a fantastic trip you’re on! I’m very jealous of your locals only tour;) I’ve never seen red amaranth, but now I’m going to keep my eye out for it. This recipe sounds fantastic!

    • Pang

      Thank you so so so much for your kind words, Sarah. So happy you like the post 🙂



  7. I really want to make this pesto but have no idea where I’ll get red amaranth!!!


  8. What a darling baby! I can imagine the fun you are having. And thanks for the amaranth recipes. I have it growing in several of my gardens, and love this original recipe. I noticed the leaves on some plants still look young and bright red, so will be able to put them to good use.


  9. We all are waiting fr you so don’t worry 🙂 have fun and great time down there with your family and the little one looks adorable Pang! I imagine every minute with him is worth it and you probably love him more every day 🙂 Beautiful pictures as always my friend xx

    • Pang

      Thank you..Thank you..Thank you, my lovely friend. SO happy for your kind words as always. So glad you like the post 🙂


  10. What a beautiful pesto! I love the flavour combinations and the colour is stunning 🙂


  11. Hey Pang! Take advantage of being in Thailand with your sweet little nephew and don’t worry about posting! My goodness, he is so cute! Your recipe is beautiful and the colours are just gorgeous! 😀


  12. Never apologize when you’re off doing great things, Pang! Your photography is absolutely an inspiration, as usual (I love those short little noodles!) and I can’t wait to see the amazing photos you’re surely taking for your friend. Bravo!!

    • Pang

      Thank you…SO SO SO MUCH, Erika 🙂
      You are so kind as always. <3 & xoxo

    • Pang

      Awwww…. Thank you… Thank you… Thank you for stopping by, Sabine 🙂


  13. You’re the best Pang! I’m honest. If you will decide to give some food styling/cooking lessons, please let me know! I will attend all the classes! Love the idea of amaranth pesto (so original to me!) but of course, your nephew is 10 times better… so sweet!

    • Pang

      awww…. Margherita, that is the best compliment I have ever received. Thank you SO MUCH 🙂

      If I am ever confident enough to hold a class, I will definitely let you know. Thank you so much for being here and for your kind words, Margherita. You make my day.

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