Say Yum 2005-02-15 - Drunken Noodles
Thai Drunken Noodles and Stir-Fried Eggplant
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Show Notes for Say Yum 2005-02-15
Its all local tonight cuisine and music scene...in a way. In this show we've got some thai drunken noodles to cook up inspired locally. Tonight's music is all stuff playing in the Bay Area this weekend.
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So in case you're going to be in town here are some options I'd recommend as far as music.
Thai cooking website (See the Recipe Follow-Up section for more info on the cookbook, and the meal).
Jazz for Chazz (2:00) & S.I.L.I. (2:00) by Mingus Amungus
Mixcast Live is still treating us right for producing these things. Thanks for calling us a "delicious foodcast"!
World of Change & Stanky Fingers by The Get Down playing at the Boom Boom Room on Sunday Feb. 20th.
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The noodles were very drunken, and very delicious :) The eggplant was great too. We based the noodle recipe on the Drunken Noodle recipe found in "It Rains Fishes" by Kasma Loha-Unchit. Instead of seafood we used thinly sliced, boneless skinless, chicken breasts. Also, we used thin rice noodles instead of the fresh, wide variety. We substituted mushrooms for the broccoli and tomato. We do like our noodles very drunk, so we usually end up doubling or tripling the liquid ingredients in the sauce so the noodles are nice and juicy :) Definitely check out the book for the full recipe and for other tasty ones. Kasmas's cookbook is such great a reference to thai cooking, ingredients and recipes as is her website is. You can find recommendations for brands of ingredients and the eggplant recipe on Kasma's site, along with information on her cooking classes if you're in the bay area. She also has another cookbook called Dancing Shrimp.