Cheap Thrills Cuisine by Bill Lombardo & Thach Bui

Cheap Thrills Cuisine

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  1. Shattered Memories

    Shattered Memories said, about 2 years ago

    Never heard of maple syrup in a satay before. I think I’ll give this one a whirl.

  2. JoPhan

    JoPhan said, about 2 years ago

    Why not? I’ve heard of food stands at fairs selling slabs of bacon that were skewered, deep fried to render off most of the fat, then finished on the grill with a basting of maple syrup. Never had it, and it sounds like a cholesterol nightmare, but it sounds GREAT!

  3. win

    win said, about 2 years ago

    Yum!

  4. Shattered Memories

    Shattered Memories said, about 2 years ago

    @JoPhan

    But that’s not a satay, you guileless gaijin. Satay is unique to Thailand and uses roasted peanuts as the basis of its dipping sauce. Some satay dipping sauces based on soy sauce can come up once in a while, but satay is traditionally marinated in garlic and coconut milk before being cooked on coals and served with peanut sauce.

    This is not a satay and neither is what you’re describing. And if you’ve got a problem with this, take it up with my father, a passionate foodie who grew up in Thailand and could deck anyone for pimping out food like this.

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