Pok Pok: Noodles
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Like Ricker’s other cookbooks, Pok Pok Noodles is not meant to be a collection of simple recipes, ready in 10 minutes. Ricker assumes you are interested in making your own noodles when practical, that you will have prepared your own spice mixes and pastes, pickled some chilies and other vegetables, and even perhaps made your own home versions of Thai sausages or fish balls. The reward for that work is enjoying an array of vibrant soups (including a few drawn from elsewhere in Asia): rice vermicelli with shrimp, coconut milk, and toasted mung beans; “boat noodles” from Central Thailand with beef meatballs and beef tendon; stir-fried wide noodles with cuttlefish and duck.
Hardcover. Color throughout.