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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Thai Food Site! These are the top ten articles that your Thai Food Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!

1. Thai Salad Rolls
These fun to make Thai Salad rolls are the hit of every party. I'll make these for our Christmas Eve family gathering as both young and old alike love them. I will make some using local fresh Dungeness crab as an added holiday treat.

2. Chicken Chile Fried Rice (Khao Phat Gai Phrik Kee Nue)
This popular and easy to make tasty chicken chile fried rice is ready in 15 minutes. This is my husband's favourite fried rice and one of his most requested meals.

3. Thai Style Won Ton in Tom Yum Broth
Familiar won tons with an upbeat Thai-Twist flavour of lemongrass, chiles, and Kaffir Lime is a family favourite.

4. Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup
Tom Yum Goong (Hot and Sour Shrimp) soup is the most popular of all the wonderful Thai Soups. You can make this easy and flavourful soup at home in 30 minutes.

5. Basil Chicken (Gai Kaprao)

6. Drunkards' Noodles (Gkuay Dtiow Pad Khee Mao)
A Thai Hangover Cure All - Rice noodles quickly stir fried with vegetables and chicken in a satisfying tasty sauce. One of the most popular Thai noodle dishes often just listed as Pad Khee Mao.

7. Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango
Kao Niow Ma-muang (Coconut Sticky Rice with Mango) is everyone´s favourite Thai dessert. It is sheer comfort food in a bowl.

8. Pomelo and Grilled Shrimp Salad
This is one of our favouite Thai salads. The combination of the grilled shrimp with pomelo, tomato, mint and peanuts dressed in lime juice has an amazing flavour. This salad is great as a lunch entree or first course for a Thai meal.

9. Roasted Chile Paste (Nam Phrik Pao)
Nam Phrik Pao is key to many Thai dishes and although prepared is available once you make your own you will never want to use the already made commercially available Nam Phrik Pao again.

10. Green Papaya Salad (Som Tam)
This very popular Thai salad is from Isan but popular in most Thai restaurants today everywhere.



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