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  1. Pang how are you? These images are beautiful- as always 🙂 We all will be waiting for you here my sweetheart! Hugs xx

    • Pang

      I am actually ok, my darling friend 🙂 Thank you so much for asking.
      I am still on IG & FB, just in case, you miss me.
      xoxo


  2. We will miss you during your absence, but I completely understand the need to take a break sometimes. I am glad you left us with this lovely sauce recipe. I rarely buy ready made sauces, but so far I have just been winging sriracha. I will try and make it before you return in April. Until then, all the best.

    • Pang

      So happy to hear you were going to try making the sauce, Hilda 🙂 Please let me know how it goes.
      I will miss you & your support as well. Until then, xoxo


  3. Thanks for the lovely post, Pang. Enjoy your break from blogging! We all need one from time to time! We will look forward to your return! 😀

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH, Julianna. So glad for your support, as always. Sending you a virtual hug. 🙂


  4. Wow, this all looks incredible. Enjoy your break. I’ll be back in April to check out your blog. BTW, where did you get your large flat frying pan in the photo above? (not that I have room for any more kitchen stuff)

    • Pang

      I only saw that pan in Thailand, and no I did not have enough room/spare weight in my luggage on my last visit. 🙁 Though I think, any flat pan (or even wok) will do.
      Thank you so much for your kind words, lady; meanwhile, I am just going to visit your blog until April comes around 🙂
      xoxo


  5. I’ll miss your beautiful photos! And if those weren’t reason enough to come back my curiosity as to what you’ll be up to will definitely tip the scales. I love all things hot sauce so I’m eager to try this one out! Perfect nostalgia trip to take a leave on.

    • Pang

      So happy to hear you are going to try making it because this sauce is one of my favourite.
      I am floored by your kind words & your enthusiasm, Melinda. Thank you SO MUCH 🙂
      XOXO


  6. Oh no Pang! Your absence certainly will be noticed and missed. I love stopping by your site and seeing all the magical recipes you create (this sriracha post as a perfect example of that). What am I going to do for the next 6 weeks?

    • Pang

      So happy for your support and kindness, Lynn. I can’t wait to tell you my “activity” during my absence; needless to say, I am not taking a break to relax 😛

      See you on IG, FB, or on your blog, my lovely Lynn. xoxo


  7. This looks and sounds amazing. I feel what you mean about missing the tastes of home..
    I wish I had this recipe when we first moved to the BVI. I was going crazy without Sriracha. My best friend had to send it to me from Chicago. 🙂
    ..and your photography – I LOVE!

    • Pang

      Now, you can make your own homemade Sriracha, yay!!!!
      Thank you so much for your kind words, as always, Aysegul 🙂
      xoxo


  8. Pang, in the few weeks I’ve discovered your blog, I am completely in love with your pictures, you soul food. It’s all so very beautiful.
    I love sriracha like most. For me the sriracha we get here is all I know. It’s the same way I feel with Indian food. Although San Francisco has some amazing Indian, nothing compares to the authentic. I am surely going to try your version my dear.
    Everything about this post is lovely and so is your huge frying pan.
    xoxo.
    Enjoy your break.

    • Pang

      I am so glad we found each other’s blogs, Ash; the feeling is mutual 🙂
      Let me know how it goes with the sauce, and as I said, we can always “see” one another on IG.
      XOXO


  9. Oh man! I LOVE Thai omelettes! I can’t wait to try this version…. when you described it as crispy on both sides, with all those mushrooms — I got super hungry 🙂 🙂 I too understand that the sriracha sauce we are used to in the US is not anything like Thai-style. I’ve made my own American-style sriracha before (it ferments for a couple weeks, then is blended smooth) and loved the results. But I would also love to try your Thai-style sauce! It sounds so flavorful. I love sriracha every single way, every single day 🙂

    Enjoy your time off! Sometimes it’s so needed, and maybe you’ll come back more refreshed than ever. I hope you fill your extra time with wonderful things: friends, rest, cooking, and that it makes you happy!

    • Pang

      You should DEFINITELY send that slogan, “I love sriracha every single way, every single day” to the company; I am sure they will use it on their Ads. hahaha 🙂

      I am curious to see whether you like my Thai style Sriracha sauce or not, one thing for sure is it’s THE sauce for this dish 🙂
      Let me know how it goes, yes? Until we “see” each other again in April, you can see more photos of mine on Intragram and FB.
      xoxo


  10. Looking forward for your new posts once you return! Beautiful photos as always! I still have some of your recipes that I would like to try:)

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words, Olga.
      xoxo


  11. Oh how I love the idea of homemade sriracha sauce!!! I can only imagine how much better this one taste compared to the store bought! I hope you enjoy your time off! Sometimes a break can bring on a whole bunch of new inspiration! By the way, THAT omelet pan : D

    • Pang

      I hope you give it a try, Steph. Thank you so much for ALL your sweet comments, here, IG, google+.
      I so appreciate you. xoxo


  12. Have a great time off, Pang! I too will try and make this sriracha and report back when you’re back in April. I’ve always wondered about homemade sriracha. I’m kind of disappointed that the one of been getting isn’t authentic.

    • Pang

      I sure hope you give it a try, Elsa. I would love to hear your opinion on this sauce 🙂
      Thank you so much for being here, lady… xoxo


  13. ohh that looks so delish dear pang! would love to have it for dinner now!! enjoy your break <3

    • Pang

      Thank you SO SO SO MUCH for being here. You both are so sweet. I am sending you A huge giant hugs 🙂


  14. What a an amazing recipe and gorgeous photos Pang! I love colors and your posts are filled with them. Please don’t be gone for too long because I have already started to miss you (though I have recently discovered your blog):-( Sending you hugs:-)

    • Pang

      Received your hugs & send them right back at ya. I am so thankful to have found your blog. Your photos are so inspiring, and nO, it would not be long until my next post (already posted it .. hahaha)


  15. Gorgeous photos Pang, and awesome mussels recipe, congratulations!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words & for stopping by, Sylvie 🙂
      So happy you like the post. Yay!!!


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