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Muay Thai Minute- Off balance with continuation
2012-05-11 10:50:00
Happy Friday Nak Muay…  I hear there were some Coach Damon sightings in Thailand lately!  In today’s Muay Thai Minute Damon takes us through an off balancing technique in the clinch.  The nugget in this clip is the continuation.  This is really the whole point of  this technique… you’ve off balanced your opponent, but now ...
Muay Thai Minute 46 ? Steering Wheel
2012-05-04 09:36:00
Happy Friday Nak Muay! Today Coach Damon takes us through another clinch technique.  As coach Damon mentions, this is pretty ideal when your opponent locks your arms preventing you from throwing elbows…  i’m being captain obvious here but be sure your warmed up before drilling this move! Once you’ve off balanced your opponent, it’s open ...
Muay Thai Minute ? Ep 45 Side Position Neck Lock
2012-04-27 08:21:00
Happy Friday nak muay!  Today Coach Damon takes us through an intermediate clinch technique the side position neck crank.  If any of you have ever trained in Thailand, you have undoubtedly had  a 13 year old boy crank this one on you…. it seems to be the go to technique when your clinching with someone ...
Thai developers targeting overseas buyers
2012-04-24 02:00:00
Developers operating in Thailand's most popular resorts - such as Koh Samui and Phuket - are attempting to attract foreign buyers to their schemes. An article for Property Report pointed out build quality is a major consideration, while attractive pricing for overseas purchasers is an increasing trend. Tourist arrivals in Thailand have improved significantly this year, the publication added, with popular destinations performing particularly well. The Thai real estate market has received a boost from this growth, with some of the new projects under construction designed to cater for "a more sophisticated international clientele". A recent post on The Phuket Insider highlighted the growing level of development on some of the country's lesser known islands, such as Koh Kood, Koh Chang and Koh Mak. Many of these properties are being sold for their "investment yield and lifestyle", the news provider noted, adding the main reason why these markets have yet to gr...
English Muay Thai Recap
2012-04-02 09:56:00
It was a pretty big weekend for British Muay Thai, there were to big shows on this past Saturday, I find it really difficult to understand why the two promoters didn?t communicate the dates with each other. Main Event In Manchester they had the ? Main Event? show, with Liam Harrison and Andrei Kulebin headlining ...
Saiyok Muay Thai Minute
2012-03-23 09:05:00
I’ve been looking forward to this one for quite sometime… I know Saiyok’s a favorite of many a nak muay on MMT.  He showed me some stuff off camera, that he’s been working on… He’s says he’s definitely going to use some of it in Slamm.  Think Ong Bak… Anyway, I’m not sure if your going to ...
Thai Theatre Specifications
2012-03-13 14:58:00
There are many countries in the world and each of them, despite the people’s talks, are all different. No matter the similarities, each historically created country has its own culture, specifics which were created during the time, special understanding, point of view, even enemies. All these things can easily be seen in the culture of ...
Rice with Chicken Breast and Mushroom in Thai Sauce
2012-03-11 18:28:00
Ingredients: rice, 1 onion, 50 grams Thai yellow curry paste, 1 chicken breast, 100 grams shiitakes, 250 grams mushrooms, 400 ml coconut milk, Number of persons: 3 Cook the rice according pack instructions. Bake 1 chopped onion with 50 grams … Continue reading →
Thai Stew (Masaman Curry) with Sweet & Sour Cucumber
2012-02-18 18:51:00
Thai Stew (Masamam Curry) Ingredients: 50 grams masaman curry paste, 400 ml coconut milk, 500 grams beef, 2 onions, 3 potatoes, 100 grams cashew nuts, Number of persons: 3 Bake 50 grams masaman curry paste with 1 tablespoon coconut milk … Continue reading →
VPOD: The Other Half and a Vintage Metallic Thai Blouse
2012-01-25 18:59:00
I met the talented comedian Kyle Cease over the weekend and watched him perform his interesting mix of inspiration and humor. During his show, Kyle explained how in the early days of George Carlin’s comedy career, George Carlin would get up on stage and, within a few minutes of starting his set, watch half his audience walk out of the club. Now I’m sure it wasn’t easy for…
Leather Wristband Bracelet, 'Modern Thai Contrast'
2012-01-23 09:00:00
List Price: $44.95Deal Price: $25.16You Save: $19.79 (44%)A wide band of supple brown leather becomes a bracelet in Khanittha's talented hands. She places a narrower band in the middle and crowns it with a shining metal rectangle for maximum contrast. Adjustable in length, the wristband radiates modern chic.Expires Jan 30, 2012
Thai Hua Phuket History Museum
2011-12-30 14:51:00
Time for some more Phuket history and culture! I know we have nice beaches and lots of touristy things to do, but as a long time local resident, I have an interest in the local area, and I think that the long and interesting history of Phuket might surprise a few people! Phuket has several quiet good museums - the Thalang National Museum, the Phuket Tin Mining Museum, and Chinpracha House are all worth a visit. The Thai Hua Museum I have blogged before about 3 years ago when it was newly opened. There was not too much to see beyond an old classroom and some old school photos and books, but entry was free :)(above) Thai Hua Museum EntranceThe Thai Hua Museum has changed quite a bit in the last 3 years. There is an entry fee now (200 Baht) - but I think it's worth that. The museum now has many rooms full of displays and information about the history of Phuket. We visited again a couple of months ago, and we were impressed. There's been a lot of investment here and if you happen to b...
Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet, 'Thai Bouquet'
2011-12-26 09:00:00
List Price: $304.95Deal Price: $133.16You Save: $171.79 (56%)Crafted by hand, the exquisite bloom is engraved on sterling silver featuring precise openwork. .925 rating silverExpires Jan 2, 2012
Berkeley Thai House
2011-01-01 05:00:00
Berkeley Thai House is located at 2511 Channing Avenue in Berkeley, California. It's near Telegraph Avenue. The phone number is 510-841 THAI (8424). Hours are Monday thru Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.Every dish on their menu can be made vegetarian.After 5 p.m. they offer free delivery within two miles on orders over $20.Click on the Berkeley Thai House menu to enlarge.
Cha-Am Thai Restaurant
2010-12-31 22:30:00
Cha-Am is located at 1543 Shattuck Avenue (between Cedar and Vine) in Berkeley, California. The phone number is 510-848-9664.It's in the Gourmet Ghetto section of Berkeley. Dara Lao/Thai Cuisine is right next door to Cha-Am. Their locations almost seem like they're the same place, so be careful of which door you walk into. Also, it may be tempting to head over to Dara because the wait will probably be shorter, but I feel the food at Cha-Am is really much better and worth the wait.The Thai food at Cha-Am is delicious. The one problem I have with this North Berkeley restaurant is that the acoustics aren't good so it gets really noisy. It's very difficult to have a conversation. Forget about a romantic dinner here.Click on the Cha-Am menu to see a larger version.
Dara Lao/Thai Cuisine
2010-12-31 20:59:00
Taste of Laos or Dara Lao/Thai Cuisine is located at 1549 Shattuck Avenue (between Cedar and Vine) in Berkeley. The phone number is 510-841-2002. It's right next to the great Cha Am Thai Restaurant. Dara is a good place to go if Cha Am is too busy.Click on the Dara menu for a larger image.Hours are Monday thru Saturday for lunch from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and dinner from 5:00 p.m. thru 10:00 p.m. Hours on Sunday are 11:30 a.m. thru 10:00 p.m.
Thai Pathai: guitar idol 2010
2010-10-23 23:08:00
GUITAR IDOL 2010 ENTRY - spirit of me(original) - thai pathai from thailand
Tangy Thai Wings
2010-10-22 05:21:00
This is the second flavour of round 2 of my wings experiments, which happened to be my favourite of the three. Inspired by the sweet Thai Chili sauce, which is one of the few chili sauce I can handle, this goes very well with the tangy lime juice I have added to the wings. This is great if you want a Asian flavoured wings but not the usual sweet based one for bbq. Ingredients: 12 Mid-joint Wings 50ml Lime Juice 2 tablespoon Thai Chili Sauce with Garlic 2 tablespoon Light Soy Sauce 1 teaspoon grated Fresh Ginger 1/2 tablespoon Chopped Garlic 2 teaspoon Honey How to do it: Combine all ingredients together. Marinate overnight. Roast the wings in a preheat oven at 200C for 20 to 25 minutes. Turn the wings in between roasting. Serve immediately with extra lime juice if desire. http://feeds.feedburner.com/wok-kingmum
Design*Sponge: In The Kitchen With a Spicy Bowl of Curry Noodles
2010-10-11 12:04:00
    This weekend was busy and filled with lots of fun, friends and food. It was the annual Onion Market Festival (I wrote about it in 2008) here in Weimar this weekend. The Onion Market in Weimar is always a great occasion for us to invite friends and simply enjoy Weimar in a... [Read the rest of this post on my website]
Lucky Jaroentangwiwat: guitar idol 2010 - more Thai soaked super soloing!
2010-10-02 15:09:00
Defferent Thing by Lucky Jaroentangwiwat Guitar Idol 2010
Steve Thai: Burning Fire competition
2010-07-31 01:29:00
Tasty track and catchy song from Steve Thai. "Burning Fire Thailand Guitar Solo Contest 1st" by steve thai
Katha Iouikrub: Brett Garsed DiMarzio shred this III - Thai delight!
2010-07-13 01:14:00
Shred This III: Brett Garsed entry by iouikrub Lots of super Thai players out there... see if you can jam for Brett Garsed! Shred This III: Brett Garsed and DiMarzio competition ends 23:00 (GMT) Sunday, August 15th Plus Katha Iouikrub entry for the Thailand guitar solo contest burning fire thailand guitar solo contest by oui.avi
Funny Thai Commercial: A Baby And A Katoey
2010-06-17 11:18:00
An old but very, very hilarious commercial made for M-Shop in Thailand which shows a Thai baby on his cute baby seat and happily contemplating on his next meal when he spies on a Katoey or a lady-boy, by chance. The baby's reaction to what he eventually saw made him think otherwise. LOL! Click here to see watch the video...
Jor Kokiat: TRex Milan Polak Strings On Fire 2 - ALERT Thai urban camo shre
2010-04-24 10:10:00
Strings On Fire 2 with Milan Polak Entry by Jor Kokiat Still time to get your video in Milan Polak: T Rex Strings On Fire 2 ends 23:59 CET 25th of April 2010 We're looking forward to them!
Jor Kokiat: Andy James shredding competition, another Thai shinning star!
2010-04-16 00:32:00
Jor Kokiat: here´s my entry for Andy James Guitar Solo Contest hope you like it! Cheers!! in this video ,I use ESP M-II Thru Urban guitar distortion from gearbox . Andy James Guitar Solo Contest Jor Kokiat Entry
Steve Thai: TRex strings on fire 2
2010-03-27 00:03:00
What the hell do they put in the Thai water?!?!? Another smoking shredder! "Strings On Fire 2" with Milan Polak - Guitar Solo Contest"steve thai
Zabb City Thai Food
2009-12-10 06:00:00
Last week, I headed back to New York City for the third time since returning home from my trip around the world. After settling into my brother’s apartment in the East Village, I looked to Yelp for a good local Thai restaurant to meet my friend for dinner.  Zabb City at 244 East 13th Street had ...Buy travel insurance from Worldnomads.com (Lonely Planet's preferred carrier)
Zabb City Thai Food
2009-12-10 06:00:00
Last week, I headed back to New York City for the third time since returning home from my trip around the world. After settling into my brother’s apartment in the East Village, I looked to Yelp for a good local Thai restaurant to meet my friend for dinner.  Zabb City at 244 East 13th Street had ...Buy travel insurance from Worldnomads.com (Lonely Planet's preferred carrier)
Thai Beef Rolls
2009-11-29 10:00:00
Busy? We were snowed in this weekend, the stuff started coming down on Thursday and by the time things were over Saturday morning I couldn't take my van out without getting stuck.But it was actually kind of nice, once everyone was safe inside together I liked how cozy it felt and we played games and ate too much. So we've been keeping on the "down low" as they say, just enjoying the winter and holiday and pretending that we don't have to go back to work tomorrow.Here's my recipe for the week, these little sandwich wraps are easy and tasty. The only thing would be to make sure you make enough of the sauce because they're really good with the sauce drizzled on them. I bet you could even substitute the beef for leftover turkey if you wanted to give it a try. Couldn't be bad, could it?1 1/2 tablespoons lime juice1 tablespoon sesame oil1/2 to 1 tablespoon finely minced ginger, depending on how hot you like it2 teaspoons fish sauce3/4 teaspoon sugar4 10-inch flour tortillas8 thin s...
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Thai Pathai: Strings On Fire
2009-11-14 18:06:00
Thai Pathai from Thailand... makes the competition truly global and this guy likes to Shred! "Strings On Fire"with Herman Li-Guitar Solo Contest- thai pathai from thailand entry This is a content summary only. Visit Truth In Shredding to find out more!
This Week In Travel Podcast & Thai Hilltribe Treks
2009-08-30 19:00:00
Last weekend, I read “A Village, Or A Zoo?” the Washington Post travel section’s cover story about the author’s experience trekking through the hills of northern Thailand, visiting various ethnic tribes.  The main draw was the same as it was for me and just about every other backpacker visiting Chiang Mai – the Karen Tribe ...Your Free Subscriber Download Download "Dare Me!" now. Enjoy 17 off-the-wall adventures from a RTW trip. Related posts:Day 1 – Hill Tribe TrekFriday Flashback – Trek Preparations In PokharaNew Series – Developing A Successful Travel Blog
Thai Delivery, Mexican, & Kampuchea
2009-08-21 20:27:00
One of the many reasons I would love to live in NYC is the wildly diverse food scene.  In just a few days, within a few blocks of my brother’s apartment in the East Village, there were a zillion options. First off, classic American hot dogs.  Next, the Japanese noodles on St. Mark’s Place.  And then ...Your Free Subscriber Download Download "Dare Me!" now. Enjoy 17 off-the-wall adventures from a RTW trip. Related posts:Thai Cookery SchoolFine Dining Around The WorldDare #15 – Completed – Mastering The Art Of Muay Thai Boxing
Parmesan Thai Basil Crusted Chicken
2009-08-07 20:42:00
When the weekend rolls around I am mostly in the mood for cooking slightly more extravagant meals. During the week we usually indulge in quick and easy meals. Couscous, rice, some vegetables and of course sandwiches and salads. I do not cook every night. By the time we are home and done with... [Read the rest of this post on my website]
Fishing The Thai Way?.Part 2
2009-06-12 07:05:00
Hi All, Just thought a few of you might find this interesting. One of the family is called Sai Chun, he is from Issan originally, which is in the North East of Thailand. They are from Laos originally, and are one of the poorest in Tailand, mainly farmers, and they will eat anything, including bats, birds, ...
Fishing The Thai Way?.Part 1
2009-06-12 07:02:00
Hi All, I’m Jeff from UK originally, but have been in Thailand for a few years now. Just thought a few of you might like this story. Before I met my wife I was living in another village with another Thai family. My girlfriend had 2 children, 1 girl and a boy called Nuke. It was ...
Avoiding Chinese Jails. The Thai Bar Edition.
2009-05-18 09:18:00
A few weeks ago, I did a post emphasizing the need to follow China's laws so as to avoid jail time. My point (taken straight from Aimee Barnes) was that what actions that may be overlooked in your home country of Australia or the United States or some other Western country very well may be deemed to be criminal in China. I just read a Sydney Morning Herald article on how an Australian mother of four spent two nights in a Thai jail and is facing a potential five years in prison for allegedly having taken a bar mat. I am not saying this same thing could happen in China, but then again, I am also not saying it could not. This article on the mom in Thailand ought to convince you that what happens in the West is not necessarily what will happen in Thailand or in China. Or as Apple would say, Think Different.
Soup of the week: Sweet potato & coconut soup with Thai pesto
2009-02-22 10:38:00
This is my 5th post for Debbie's Souper SundayThis week was odd, each day one or more members of our family felt ill. The whole family suffered from a viral infection and I did a minimum of shopping. This did not prevent me from posting my soup of the week. I prepared a Sweet potato & coconut soup with Thai pesto from the store cupboard. The original recipe provides a homemade curry paste but I used a store-bought. I substituted the coriander/cilantro with a parsley/coriander mixture. I think all the herbs and hot spices help to put off all the viruses. -=========REZKONV-Recipe - RezkonvSuite v1.4Title: Sweet potato & coconut soup with Thai pestoCategories: SoupYield: 4 Servings Ingredients H SOUP1tablesp. Olive oil500grams Sweet potato, peeled and chopped into small   -- chunks, 1 lb 2 oz1  Red onion, chopped1tablesp. Thai red curry paste, Ulrike: store bought500ml Vegetable stock, 18 fl oz400ml Tin coconut milkH FOR THE PESTO100grams Unsalted peanuts, lightly toasted,...
Thai Movie: Coming Soon
2009-02-14 21:14:00
SynopsisWhat kind of scenes in a horror film scares you the most? When a ghost appears totally unexpectedly? When the main character does not see the ghost sneaking up behind him? When at the very end you find out that the main character was actually a ghost all along? But none of this compares to the feeling of arriving home alone and suddenly being stuck by a feeling of dj vu that you are reenacting the very same scenes in the horror movie you just saw! This movie will scare you from the second you step inside the movie theatre.Official SiteI like this movie and i'm sure Hollywood going to remake it by any means. The plot were unexpected and it was very scary from the start to the end. You won't be disappointed when you going to see it at the big screen.
Thai Movie: Coming Soon
2009-02-14 21:14:00
SynopsisWhat kind of scenes in a horror film scares you the most? When a ghost appears totally unexpectedly? When the main character does not see the ghost sneaking up behind him? When at the very end you find out that the main character was actually a ghost all along? But none of this compares to the feeling of arriving home alone and suddenly being stuck by a feeling of dj vu that you are reenacting the very same scenes in the horror movie you just saw! This movie will scare you from the second you step inside the movie theatre.Official SiteI like this movie and i'm sure Hollywood going to remake it by any means. The plot were unexpected and it was very scary from the start to the end. You won't be disappointed when you going to see it at the big screen.
Thai Movie: Ong Bak 2
2008-11-25 12:35:00
SynopsisSet in the regal times of King Naresuan, Tony JAA plays Tien a man who was born into nobility but had it stripped from him after his parents were brutally murdered. During his childhood Tien learned Khon, a form of dance which is usually reserved for royalty.Although he didn't know it yet Khon would later prove to be an invaluable aide to him. After seeing his parents murdered at the tender age of 10, Tien is forced to live on the streets where he is eventually captured by a group of thieves who take him in and teach him how to steal and fight. Tien expertise as a thief and fighter grows and it isn't long before he is made head thief.Then Tien sees something that makes his stomach churn. A competition is being held to find the best knights to serve under the very man who had killed Tien's parents all those years ago. Tien passes the tests easily and is made Lord Rachasana's 2nd Knight.Now, he has his opportunity to strike but he will have to use all his skill and ingenui...
Thai Movie: Ong Bak 2
2008-11-25 12:35:00
SynopsisSet in the regal times of King Naresuan, Tony JAA plays Tien a man who was born into nobility but had it stripped from him after his parents were brutally murdered. During his childhood Tien learned Khon, a form of dance which is usually reserved for royalty.Although he didn't know it yet Khon would later prove to be an invaluable aide to him. After seeing his parents murdered at the tender age of 10, Tien is forced to live on the streets where he is eventually captured by a group of thieves who take him in and teach him how to steal and fight. Tien expertise as a thief and fighter grows and it isn't long before he is made head thief.Then Tien sees something that makes his stomach churn. A competition is being held to find the best knights to serve under the very man who had killed Tien's parents all those years ago. Tien passes the tests easily and is made Lord Rachasana's 2nd Knight.Now, he has his opportunity to strike but he will have to use all his skill and ingenui...
Thai Sticky Sweet Rice Dessert
2008-11-23 04:18:00
Here is a recipe for an awesome Thai dessert!Ingredients:1.5 cup glutinous rice (also known as sticky rice or sweet rice)1 14oz can of coconut milk5 tbsp light brown sugar1 tsp salt(plus side of sliced mangos!!)Directions:Soak the rice in cold water for a few hours. (Alternatively, pour boiling water on the rice and let it soak for 15 minutes or so.) Drain the rice.Cook the rice. (Pick your method: steamer, rice cooker, or stove pot.) I chose the pot method. I cooked the rice with about 2 cups of water for about 15-20 minutes. When the rice starts to pump up and most of the water is gone, I turned off the heat and covered the rice for another 10 minutes. In a small saucepan, heat the coconut milk, sugar, and salt. Stir constantly and let it simmer. When it starts to boil, remove from heat.Pour the coconut milk over the rice. Stir gently as the rice absorbs the milk. Let it sit for about 20-30 minutes.Ready to serve!Serving suggestions: Place a scoop of rice onto a dish. Arrange slic...
Phuket Thai Hua Museum
2008-11-20 16:07:00
I have said it before and will say it again - I like Phuket Town, especially the old part of town which comprises a few blocks around Phang Nga Road, Thalang Road, Krabi Road and Dibuk Road. The narrow roads and turn of the century architecture combined with the old Chinese shops make a welcome break from the busier parts of town, and if you come from the tourist beaches it's like another world. Yes, you are in the real Phuket, which is what this blog tries to show!The Phuket Thai Hua Museum is found on Krabi road, a block North and half a block west of the traffic circle near the market. Krabi road is pretty quiet, most of the buildings are of the "Sino-Portugese" style and life itself seems slightly old fashioned in this part of town.The museum has been open a couple of years, and still has a museum-in-progress feeling. It has been used for art exhibitions too. The building dates back to 1934 when it was established as the Phuket Thai Hua School, a Thai-Chinese language school mo...
Thai Curried Butternut Squash Soup
2008-11-13 06:16:00
My mom’s birthday was this past Sunday, so, of course, I was compelled to make her a great dinner. I admit that sometimes I get a little carried away and make elaborate four-course meals that take hours to make, but this time, I decided to make simple comfort foods that my mom loves, albeit refined versions of them. First up: a butternut squash soup with a Thai inflection. I’ve made regular
Thai Curried Butternut Squash Soup
2008-11-13 06:16:00
My mom’s birthday was this past Sunday, so, of course, I was compelled to make her a great dinner. I admit that sometimes I get a little carried away and make elaborate four-course meals that take hours to make, but this time, I decided to make simple comfort foods that my mom loves, albeit refined versions of them.First up: a butternut squash soup with a Thai inflection. I’ve made regular
Thai Flavour Pork Cheek Salad
2008-10-29 17:00:00
Heidi shared two recipes in the Gilmore Park Church Community Kitchen. Heidi made a salad and a dessert. It is always a pleasure to have Heidi demonstrates in the kitchen as her recipes are always very original.
A Toast to the Buddhist Beer Bottle Temple and Thai Monks
2008-10-28 04:13:00
Many creative people have made many amazing new things with used material, but I have to say this one eco-friendly structure is my favorite. Take a look at this beautiful green and brown Buddhist temple, built by Thai Monks. The temple stands strong and tall with the structural help of over one million beer bottles.
Quick and easy Thai curry sauce
2008-08-13 05:04:00
Definitely quick and easy. Authentic? Not remotely. I’m not Thai, don’t blame me for liking this. Spicy? Somewhere between spicy and really, really hot. So if you like Thai food, you’ll probably like this. If you haven’t had Thai food and aren’t into spicy-hot, it’s probably not for you. 1 can Thai curry paste, any ...
Thai Chicken Curry
2008-07-22 19:04:00
Ingredients: rice, 1 chicken breast, salt, pepper, 2 teaspoons Patak’s mild curry paste, 400 ml coconut milk, 200 grams snow peas, 100 grams chesnut mushrooms, Boil the rice according pack instructions. Cut 1 chicken breast into cubes and season with salt and pepper. Bake the diced chicken breast golden brown in hot oil. Scoop ...SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Thai Chicken Curry", url: "http://www.brutsellog.com/2008-/07/22/thai-chicken-curry/" });
Thai Vegan Curry
2008-06-09 17:26:00
One of my favorite cuisines is Thai. I love the spicy-sweet tropical combinations that so many of those recipes have to offer. The versatility of the flavors allows you to substitute as you want and/or need to. To me, this is the mark of a truly perfect cuisine. This curry was ...
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