From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
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What better way to channel the sunny days that lay just ahead than by diving into the vibrant, heat-packed dishes that characterize Thai cuisine. Here, chefs around the US fill us in on their favorite Thai takeout dishes.
With lots of spices and fresh ingredients, Thai can be a great choice but there are some high calorie dishes to avoid. Next time you’re craving Thai, check out our tips before you place your order.
Use ginger's signature spiciness to enhance everything from classic holiday crinkle cookies to tangy carrot switchel.
Picture pad Thai and a ganglion of stir-fried noodles coated in a sweet and savory peanut sauce typically comes to mind. But a few restaurants are upending the dish by removing noodles — at least in their typical form — and introducing heavy doses of creativity instead
Check out Guy Fier's Ginger-Carrot Soup recipe from Food Network Magazine to find an easy-to-make dish ideal for Meatless Monday dinner.
The flavor of fresh ginger is more pronounced than dried, sporting heavy citrus, even acidic, notes. Learn more.
This popular ingredient can spice up more than gingerbread cookies. Get the basics plus winter warming healthy recipes.
For centuries, ginger has been used to treat a variety of conditions from motion sickness to arthritis. When I was pregnant, chewing on fresh ginger helped alleviate my morning sickness (which makes it a super food all on its own). Find out what gives ginger its super powers.