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Culinate Newsletter Mar 26 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,

 Matthew Amster-Burton tackles an iconic dish this week: pad Thai. Although some of us are lucky to live within blocks of a good Thai eatery, many of us are not. Regardless of our proximity to restaurant Thai food, though, we should all try making this flavor-packed noodle dish at home; as Matthew says, it's a serious but not difficult undertaking. And fortunately for us, he shares several tried-and-true shortcuts.

 Helpfully, Matthew also provides two recipes: Pad Thai for Adventurous Kids and Patient Adults and, because he's wise to the ways of younger eaters, Pad Thai for Kids, Beginners, or the Impatient (which omits the "challenging bits" -- bean sprouts and red chiles). 

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director


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