Everyday Thai by Parragon Publishing House

Cover of Everyday Thai by Parragon Publishing

It will surprise no one to find that this was Bill’s cookbook before we started dating. He’s a man who loves his Thai food. If I could have somehow convinced myself that “Thai Street Food”:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/158008284X?ie=UTF8&tag=metaco-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=158008284X was actually a coffee table book and not a cookbook, I would have gotten it for him for Christmas this year. He loves his Thai food.

Oddly, for a couple who likes us some Thai food, and in particular for a man who enjoys it so much, we never attempt to make it at home. This is the third Thai cookbook we’ve listed (fourth if you count “Asian Cook”:http://www.metacookbook.com/permalink/asian-cook.html), and we’ve yet to use any of them. Even with recipes like “Squid with Bell Peppers”, “Chicken and Peanut Curry” and “Pineapple and Lime Sherbet” waiting for us. Clearly, this is a mistake.

Well, quick New Year’s resolution time: We will make some Thai food this year! And it will be delicious. Or maybe not. But it will be made.

I can’t wait.

Number of recipes in the book: 112 (From the back cover)
Number we’ve made: 0

You can click the “everyday thai” tag below to see everything we’ve made from this book.