Category: Recipes

14 Oct

Moving To Thailand | Discovering Thai Food Again

A Family In Motion | Night Market Thailand

If you haven’t figured it out by this point, I’ll say it clearly: I love food. I love all kinds of food, every type of cuisine and nearly all types of meat, fish, fowl, fruits and vegetables. Never to be labeled a picky eater, I will try everything at least once. Paul goes out of his way sometimes to challenge me with my self-imposed motto. Recently he steered me towards some fried insects at the local night market, and I sadly admit that I turned down his offer.

11 Jul

Moving To Thailand | Cooking Thai For Our Keep

Yum Woon Sen & Red Curry | A Family In Motion

Camping out at the in-laws’ with a high-strung three year old, a hyperactive dog, and a garage full of possessions is a potential recipe for failure, but with the right ingredients, we have managed to side-step a few near-disasters.

26 Apr

Cooking Classic Thai Food | Phad Thai Noodles

Phad Thai, Recipes No Comments by afamilyinmotion

After selling the restaurant, it wasn’t more than two weeks that I started worrying, what am I going to do next?  While relaxing on the beach in Hawaii, I had a eureka moment: I am going to teach yoga.  I have been practicing for almost ten years, but had never considered teaching before.  I know, it’s a far cry from the very non-Zen, utilitarian lifestyle of owning and operating a restaurant, but I think that’s precisely why I am drawn to yoga–I want a change of pace.  For almost eight years, my husband and I were sprinting through life at 90 miles an hour; suddenly, we’ve screeched to a halt and are creeping along like snails for the first time in years, and I rather like the slower pace.  I am in the process of applying for a yoga teacher training program in Koh Samui, Thailand, of which I am very excited–it looks amazing.

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