Thai Green Curry

I love watching Food Network, or as my husband calls it, Food Porn. I think cooking is a creative activity and I like getting ideas for new dishes, how to use spices and seeing the fabulous kitchens and gadgets they use. My favorites are Ina Garten also know as The Barefoot Contessa, Ree Drummond (the Pioneer Woman), and Giada Di Laurentiis (my husband likes her, too, which may be due entirely to her clevage. This also contributes to the ‘food porn’ remark, I think!)

The problem with cooking at my house is that we are a thoroughly modern family in our eating habits. When the kids are home we have two vegetarians, a meat and potatoes lover and a no-carb eater. So when I make a meal, I have to be able to serve it multiple ways to avoid making three different things. I’m actually considering a cookbook on the matter – someday in my spare time, ha!

The other night I made Thai Green Curry. I soooo love Thai green curry that I could probably just drink the curry sauce on its own. I’m sure it is because of the full-fat coconut milk – which is actually on the no-carb diet!

These are the ingredients.

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I know this picture is out of focus, but I don’t have a very good camera. At least that’s my excuse. When I actually do work on the cookbook, I’ll have my daughter, the professional photographer, take the pictures.

This is the finished dish for the vegetarians. Lots of brown rice, but no pork!

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This is the no-carb version for me! No brown rice, but roasted califlower instead, and lots of pork. Yum!

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I don’t have a picture of the meat and carb version for my son as he was working late at The Butcher Shop!!!

Here are tentative titles for my cookbook – “Feeding the Modern Family – Carnivore, Omnivore, Vegetarian and sometimes Vegan”, or “Cooking for the Modern Family….” What do you think? Would you buy it?

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2 thoughts on “Thai Green Curry

  1. I would buy it! We have a similar household and I’ve often considered a cookbook like that too! We have a vegetarian, a no carb eater, a very picky eater and one blissful child who will eat anything. There is rarely a meal even two will eat let alone all four. Great post!

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