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    evelyn/athens
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 10:56 am
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    Velvetinenut wrote:
    I actually spent 5 minutes discussing with my hubby on how to send lemongrass and galagal to you. We have loads of that here. I haven't seen him with his face in his hands for a while. icon_rolleyes.gif

    p.s. We have added Greece to our "To visit" list. He wants to see the Parthenon and Acropolis.


    icon_lol.gif - I hate to give your husband problems like that! icon_lol.gif

    Seriously, how soon do you plan 'to visit'? The Parthenon and The Acropolis won't be around forever, you know! icon_wink.gif icon_lol.gif
    mianbao
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:01 am
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    Sandrasothere wrote:
    mianbao wrote:
    I was just blown away by Shrimp with Green Curry recipe #61686 by Tracy K (though I did make it with chicken), which has a recipe for the green curry paste, that is delicious.

    I have recommended this I don't know how many times, but still no takers. It's wonderful stuff. I can see using this paste with the vegetable combination of the recipe above.


    That sounds delicious and similar to the recipe above, but with from-scratch curry paste. I promise to try it.

    Store-bought curry paste can be put in the freezer. I wonder if there's any reason that you can't do it with the homemade variety. icon_smile.gif


    I bet you could freeze the curry paste successfully. For that matter, I freeze most of the ingredients for the curry paste - the lemon grass, galangal, lime leaves etc. I can't always find them, so get them whether I'm planning to make something or not. I grated the galangal frozen for the green curry paste in the recipe.
    Tracy K
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:02 am
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    mianbao wrote:
    I was just blown away by Shrimp with Green Curry recipe #61686 by Tracy K (though I did make it with chicken), which has a recipe for the green curry paste, that is delicious.

    I have recommended this I don't know how many times, but still no takers. It's wonderful stuff. I can see using this paste with the vegetable combination of the recipe above.


    Awww, thanks Mianbao! icon_biggrin.gif I got that from a Thai cooking class with a chef named Brian Peterson... he should be a Food Network star! He is great... very personable, funny, a great chef, and easy on the eyes too! icon_wink.gif icon_cool.gif

    He's also the genius behind my favorite fish dish: Thai Whole Grilled Fish with Sweet & Sour Glaze as well as Thai Salad with Grilled Flank Steak.
    V'nut-Beyond Redemption
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:03 am
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    2007. Will bring the lemongrass and galangal if I haven't found a way to send it to you by then. icon_twisted.gif
    evelyn/athens
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:05 am
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    Velvetinenut wrote:
    2007. Will bring the lemongrass and galangal if I haven't found a way to send it to you by then. icon_twisted.gif


    OK - I'll book the taverna!
    mianbao
    Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:05 am
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    Tracy K wrote:
    mianbao wrote:
    I was just blown away by Shrimp with Green Curry recipe #61686 by Tracy K (though I did make it with chicken), which has a recipe for the green curry paste, that is delicious.

    I have recommended this I don't know how many times, but still no takers. It's wonderful stuff. I can see using this paste with the vegetable combination of the recipe above.


    Awww, thanks Mianbao! icon_biggrin.gif I got that from a Thai cooking class with a chef named Brian Peterson... he should be a Food Network star! He is great... very personable, funny, a great chef, and easy on the eyes too! icon_wink.gif icon_cool.gif

    He's also the genius behind my favorite fish dish: Thai Whole Grilled Fish with Sweet & Sour Glaze as well as Thai Salad with Grilled Flank Steak.


    You know, it was one of the first Zaar recipes I made, and the first from scratch Thai curry. I was completely in awe of you (of course, still am.) Will check out the other recipes, too. Thank you. icon_biggrin.gif
    Terese
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 1:03 am
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    evelyn/athens wrote:
    mianbao wrote:
    I was just blown away by Shrimp with Green Curry recipe #61686 by Tracy K (though I did make it with chicken), which has a recipe for the green curry paste, that is delicious.

    I have recommended this I don't know how many times, but still no takers. It's wonderful stuff. I can see using this paste with the vegetable combination of the recipe above.


    do you think this recipe would be equally good with the green curry paste that is generally on the market?

    I like making from scratch, but I have yet to see lemongrass and galangal in Greece so it would be far from the recipe...


    I'm not sure what commercial curry paste you buy but I've found Mae Ploy to be the best. Obviously not as good as the homemade stuff, but I reckon it comes pretty close.
    Rita~
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 7:13 am
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    I enjoy Thai and Curries so goos, Take a look at this cookbook
    http://www.recipezaar.com/mycookbook/book/34831/
    Sackville
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 11:11 am
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    Evelyn, I'd be willing to try just mailing lemongrass and galangal to you. If I get it fresh at the chinese market and pop it in the mail to you it should be okay -- shouldn't take more than a week within Europe, I don't think, and the weather is cool icon_smile.gif
    chia
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 1:24 pm
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    Rita L wrote:
    I enjoy Thai and Curries so goos, Take a look at this cookbook
    http://www.recipezaar.com/mycookbook/book/34831/

    rita, you have to make your cookbook public so that we can see it.
    i've added the recipe too, i might even get to try it tonight, i want to use up my fresh veggies before we go on vacation.
    Rita~
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 8:33 pm
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    Sackville Girl wrote:
    Evelyn, I'd be willing to try just mailing lemongrass and galangal to you. If I get it fresh at the chinese market and pop it in the mail to you it should be okay -- shouldn't take more than a week within Europe, I don't think, and the weather is cool icon_smile.gif
    Sackville, Who`s Gertrud her complextion is beautiful.
    troyh
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 12:49 pm
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    Troy Hakala wrote:
    Ok, I'll make it on Tuesday. I'll even take a photo! icon_smile.gif


    Well, it took longer than I thought to get to this, but I did make it and took some photos too. icon_smile.gif They should be up with my review later today.
    Sackville
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 1:30 pm
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    Rita L wrote:
    Sackville Girl wrote:
    Evelyn, I'd be willing to try just mailing lemongrass and galangal to you. If I get it fresh at the chinese market and pop it in the mail to you it should be okay -- shouldn't take more than a week within Europe, I don't think, and the weather is cool icon_smile.gif
    Sackville, Who`s Gertrud her complextion is beautiful.


    Were you on my website? Gertrud is my aunt. She is nearly 90 but about 25 in heart and body!
    Rita~
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 3:39 pm
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    Sackville Girl wrote:
    Rita L wrote:
    Sackville Girl wrote:
    Evelyn, I'd be willing to try just mailing lemongrass and galangal to you. If I get it fresh at the chinese market and pop it in the mail to you it should be okay -- shouldn't take more than a week within Europe, I don't think, and the weather is cool icon_smile.gif
    Sackville, Who`s Gertrud her complextion is beautiful.


    Were you on my website? Gertrud is my aunt. She is nearly 90 but about 25 in heart and body!

    Oh! Yes a while ago.
    Rita~
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 3:42 pm
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    I just went back and I did sign in. Didn`t you read it? 86
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