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  • Published: 25 March 2015
  • ISBN: 9781921383595
  • Imprint: Lantern
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208
  • RRP: $39.99
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Spice I Am


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This beautifully photographed cookbook brings Thai restaurant classics like green curry, pad Thai, fish cakes, lemongrass chicken and a fragrant beef salad to the home kitchen through easy-to-follow recipes and tips on where to find the essential ingredients for the Thai kitchen.  

In this much anticipated cookbook Sydney-based Thai chef Sujet Saenkham shares his family recipes for the fresh flavours of regional Thai cooking so you can enjoy authentic Thai food at home.  Leave the Thai takeaway menus in your kitchen drawer, as you learn how to make restaurant favourites such as Sujet's signature stir-fried crispy pork belly with basil, roasted red duck curry with eggplant, tomato and pineapple and crispy prawn and lemongrass salad, as well as traditional classics like pad Thai, fishcakes and a massaman beef curry from scratch. Throughout, Sujet offers practical advice on finding the ingredients and mastering the cooking techniques you need to create  your own Thai feasts at home.

  • Pub date: 25 March 2015
  • ISBN: 9781921383595
  • Imprint: Lantern
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 208
  • RRP: $39.99
Categories:

About the Author

Sujet Saenkham

Sujet Saenkham of Sydney's critically acclaimed Spice I Am restaurant stable was born in a remote village in Central Thailand, where he learnt to cook treasured family recipes at his mother's and grandparents' sides. After switching from an accounting degree to studying science with a major in chemistry in Bangkok, in 1985 Sujet ventured to Australia and loved it so much that he decided to make Sydney his home. Here, he studied hospitality, and his long-held ambition of becoming an executive chef was realised in 2004, when he opened the doors of Spice I Am in Sydney's Surry Hills. This hole-in-the-wall was immediately adopted as the Thai restaurant of choice for the city's food media, and the restaurant empire has since expanded to include a more sophisticated restaurant in Darlinghurst; an offshoot in Balmain; a restaurant called House Thai, which specialises in Issan dishes from the north of Thailand; and, in 2014, Surry Hills Eating House opened, showcasing the regional cuisine of southern Thailand.


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