The other day I posted a recipe for Waterfall Pork. It was outstanding on its own but one of the things that really took it next level is this simple little dipping sauce, Crying Tiger Sauce (Namchim Chaeo.) It’s fiery hot but tempered by a little sweet and it’s def a brew of flavors.
I have a new favorite recipe. Have you noticed every recipe I post is a new favorite, lol? That’s because I don’t post something I don’t love, but this one for Waterfall Pork Mu Nam Tok I love love love! I happy dance love it and it’s going into my rotation. As soon as I get more pork, lol!
Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. I love that show but haven’t seen it since I chopped my cable. Featured on one episode was Opal Thai’s Pork Larb made by Chef Opel (Opal Thai Food) on the episode All Family, All the Time. I was completely enamored – and Guy Fieri? There’s very little that shuts him up (I’m kinda the same way) but this dish did! 🙂 He was just about speechless.