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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Coriander Thai dreams and Irish dreamholders


At the end of the day (see end of previous post), I like to think good thoughts about tomorrows. One nice option is a Thai meal in the near future. Here is a pot of coriander from Schilliger Garden Center in Switzerland, in a cache-pot, or flowerpot, from Nicholas Mosse in Ireland. Each one makes me smile. Put together they create a distinctly happy note. Put the Thai meal on a menu in the next day or two and we're sailing.

4 Comments:

Blogger Vasta said...

mmm...i'm a big fan of thai food, though i haven't found any real good recipes for a pad thai or green curry. fresh coriander is always amazing, probably much better than the stuff i buy at grocery stores.

6:31 AM  
Blogger Dannie Jost said...

YES! Happy thoughts: coriander, thai, irish, food...

9:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love both Thai food as well as coriander!! But wasn't aware that coriander is used in Thai food. Fresh coriander is a basic ingredient in Indian food though.

11:37 AM  
Blogger whistlestop caboose said...

I just found the cookbook I was looking for, which talks about coriander as a basic ingredient in Thai cooking. Will now try to find their web site. I am on a coriander binge right now - even put it in a radish and cucumber sandwich yesterday, which was a little weird if interesting. Good thing I had no guests for lunch.

6:29 AM  

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