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Street Vendor Prepares Seafood Tom Yum

This is an online look at the treasured Thai street vendor.

This vendor is part of our comprehensive Thai street vendor recipes & reports. products used in this recipe:

Thin Soy Sauce

Thai Pepper Powder

Tom Yum Cubes

Kaffir Lime Leaves

Fresh Lemongrass

Sawtooth Corriander

Fresh Lime

Fish Sauce

Oyster Sauce

Chile Paste w/Soybean Oil

Fresh Thai Chile Peppers


Whole Dried Chile Peppers (Hot)

Soup Ladle

Tamarind Cutting Board

High BTU Gas Burner

Our recipe for Tom Yum soup
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December 2nd, 2008 10:40 PM

Anonymous said:

I love these I cook all the time please dont stop making the video.

January 20th, 2009 2:26 PM

khunraksana said:

This vedio is evey is real Thai food and is so yummy...evey time after i see this viceo or onther on this, i have to cook thai food and it is so easy to follow..and i miss Thailand. SO PLEASE DON'T STOP MAKING THE VIDEO....THANKYOU SO MUCH....

April 21st, 2009 2:03 PM

mike bednash said:

Thanks so much for your authentic style Thai video cooking school! I like to prepare a few dishes but it is very hard to get the flavor just right without a real thai woman there to help you. Also like to know the correct pronunciation of thai ingredients. Keep going . . . . this could turn into something big!

April 27th, 2009 7:13 AM

Joan said:

Love this video series!!! I hope you will be making more as I love Thai food! Also can you film a vendor making som tum? Thank you and I will be placing my orders soon!

September 21st, 2009 1:17 PM

Anonymous said:

After I saw the video how to make Thai style shrimp fried rice...I went to my kitchen and make it right away it sooo good and tasty with the lemon squiz ump so tangy, hopefully my taste as good as her cooking:) Thanks for the recipes keep it up you're doing great, don't stop making your video.

September 23rd, 2009 1:22 AM

Lenny said:

Your series is great, Love to watch them cook. Makes my mouth water. I've learned alot about foods I'd never seen or heard of before. Very educatinal

November 5th, 2009 6:17 PM

Anonymous said:

Every time you send an e-mail I watch these videos. What a great way to sell your products. I live in the mountains of Vermont and love to get new cooking ideas. Of course I order from your web page and the fresh stuff comes in perfect condition. Thanks.....when are you going to offer a trip?

December 6th, 2009 2:00 PM

f. sullo said:

lllllllllove the video's

June 4th, 2010 11:45 PM

tess said:

every time i had a chance to watch videos about thai food, i love to do it because by watching videos i feel i am in thailand,i really love thai food so much....i used to stay there for 2 years and i am crazy about there foods and more crazy when i left thailand because in here,the thai foods thay they serve are not really taste like a real thai foods,just please keep sharing how to cook thai foods so we can learned the real thai food from you guys,goodluck and keep going....

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