22 Comments


  1. This is so awesome, Pang! I’ve been meaning to experiment with squid ink pasta but I would have never thought to combine it with Asian flavors — this is one of a kind. Love this so much 🙂 One of these days, I will muster up the courage to try Thai food via your guidance!

    • Pang

      I would love that, Cynthia, and you know that you can definitely e-mail me for all the questions you have about my recipes.
      I feel incredibly lucky for your support; you are so kind. Thank you so much for your lovely comment. 🙂

      Yay!!!!! 😀


  2. Oh my goodness.. Pang, there’s something a bit different about these shots, from your usual work. AND I LOVE IT. Not that I don’t always love your work, because I clearly do, but there’s something just so.. rustic? Elegant? I don’t know! But I can’t get over how gorgeous it is. I love how simple yet flavorful this dish sounds, and yes, you’re right, pretty sure I could go for duck and squid ink pasta! I’ve been looking for a use for sea beans, and think I’ve now found it.. Amazing work as always, Pang!

    • Pang

      awwwww… Cheryl, if you live next door, I will DEFINITELY walk over to give you a huge hug for your oh-so-sweet comment.
      I was trying to use different props for this post, and I think the old books did the trick; also, I, too, love ‘dark & rustic’ style. 🙂
      I am so happy you notice that, and so happy you like the post, Cheryl.
      xoxoxo


  3. Pang! Your pictures get better and better, you know that, yes? <3

    I am so bummed I have little access to thai food and ingredients in Italy! I was very fond of it when I was in NY. I can't complain though – I have 2 thai restaurants not too far from home and, although the menu is very small, I'd say they are quite good and good quality overall.
    I don't really eat meat anymore, but this dish looks gorgeous. Lobe the contrast of the bright tomatoes with the black noodles!

    • Pang

      awwww…. Valentina, you are so sweet & so kind. I am so grateful for your support 😀
      And the fact that you visit my meat-oriented blog makes me SO happy. 🙂

      For the Thai ingredients, I totally understand how you feel, but at least you have 2 restaurants that you like close by 🙂

      Thank you so much for being ‘here.’


  4. oh i love love love black pasta!! and the whole dish looks so amazing!! also the pictures are great. in love with that whole post dear pang <3
    best wishes from berlin
    nora & laura

    • Pang

      Awwwww…. You both are so sweet. I am so psyched you are ‘here,’ and liking this post.
      Huge hugs from San Francisco (well, actually Bangkok, right now)

      P.S. I tried this squid ink pasta for the first time, and loving it, too. 🙂


  5. Hi Pang,

    I hope you are having a nice visit in Thailand, I sure wish I could go back : ) I just had to say I am absolutely loving your photos! And I am honored to have you as a contributor on our Bloggers board! Enjoy

    Steph

    • Pang

      I am so honoured to be part of your board as well 🙂
      Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me wonderful comments 😀


  6. Oh this is just lovely, Pang! I love pad kra prow, love learning about different variations and yours sounds absolutely delicious. Those noodles are beautiful! Bravo

    • Pang

      Sophie, you are ALWAYS so sweet. It’s so wonderful to have known you. 🙂

      Thank you so much for your kind words, my friend. I hope you try the recipe 🙂


  7. What a stunning dish Pang! I adore the colors, the light, that pasta. Everything just jives so beautifully. Love, love!

    • Pang

      You are SO SWEET. Thank youuuuuuuu 🙂


  8. I’ve never tried squid ink pasta! Im very curious of its taste. Beautiful pictures Pang, I can see you’re practising no matter what 🙂 that’s the spirit my girl ! Xx

    • Pang

      Thank youuuuuuuuu, Marta
      xoxoxo


  9. Paaaanng!!
    For some reason your posts stopped showing up in my reader and I just figured you were on a break.
    Randomly, I just figured, ‘hey, I ought to see when her last post was’ and I find out you’ve been posting all along!!
    Yaaayyy!
    Cooking with squid Ink is on my recipe bucket list and now I have a great reference! beautiful picture, thank you for the inspiration and please accept my apology for my delinquence 🙁

    • Pang

      Danaaaaa,
      I miss you, too, girl. Please don’t apologise because I, too, have not been a very good blogger friend to anyone since I landed in Thailand 🙁 We all have a busy life, but I am so glad we reconnect 🙂

      Thank you so much for stopping by. I would love to see your squid ink recipe on your blog; I am sure it would be so yummy as all your recipes 🙂


  10. Hi Pang, what a beautiful post, and so great that you are not afraid of garlic!! 🙂 That photo of the garlic and chili is so pretty! Hope you are having a great time in Thailand! xoxo

    • Pang

      Hi Nathalie,
      No, I am not afraid of garlic at all. I am pretty sure garlic is the ingredient for every Thai dish, except dessert. So happy to see you ‘here,’ and Thank you SOOO MUCH for your kind words 🙂


  11. I am so impressed with your photos, I just found your blog, and there is just so much inspiration in it! Great recipes too!

    • Pang

      What a lovely comment, Catalina. Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by and welcome to my little blog 🙂

Comments are closed.