Wednesday, October 10, 2012

ไข้ยัดไส้ [Stuffed Nutria’s Omelets]

This is the beginning of a very sad week - our last with B. The year has flown by and I can't believe our time with her is almost up. We are so grateful to have had B live in our home and become part of our family. She will forever hold a special place in our heart as she took such excellent care of our little man. B was always smiling and cheerful during her year. She had some rough times with things that happened back home in Thailand but got through them and is stronger for that. B is a funny girl with a great sense of humor and she really fit in well with me, T, J and little t. She also fit in well with our extended families. We will most definitely miss her and her smiling face (and her delicious cooking) but are thankful for the digital age which will make keeping in touch that much easier. And we look forward to the day our little family can pack up and travel to Thailand to visit her and meet her family and eat more Thai food.

Did I mention Thai food? Oh yes, twice. Well, last week B set about teaching me how to make one of my favorite dishes. It's basically an omelet with a twist. It's filled with pork, onions, carrots, tomato and various sauces and served over rice. Here are my step-by-step photos if you feel the inclination to try and make it at home. Or stop over and I'll make it for you!

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