cook oriental food and buy authentic Asian ingredients online Thai Street Vendor Video Series:
Street Scenes - Bangkok

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Recipes, ingredients and cookware seen in this video available at ImportFood.com:

Stainless soup ladle
Fried dried banana
Fish cake
Bamboo skewers
Hor mok in khanom krok pan
Thai cleaver
Tamarind cutting board
Large stainless spoon
Granite mortar and pestle
Street vendor wok & long-handle turner

Mostly filmed around Saochingcha

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Thai Street Vendor Videos!
An ImportFood.com Look At Street Vendor Life in Bangkok Thailand. We'd like to share a short glimpse of the "food freedom" constantly displayed on public sidewalks throughout Thailand. Everyone seems to enjoy that the streets are full of boiling pots, charcoal burners, live seafood, sophisticated meals from a pushcart--the efficiency, variety and creativity is endless. The song Dreamboat Annie by rock group Heart captures the optimism and sincerity of these vendors and their customers. Most of it filmed in Saochingcha, find a detailed report of our favorite vendors along with a free Thai/English map here.
See our entire Street Vendor Video Series


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February 3rd, 2010 5:53 PM

Anonymous said:

Great visuals and music!

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