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Thursday, February 2, 2012
Looking anxiously at the calendar, wondering what you'll make for your Superbowl Sunday party? Worry no more—we've got you covered, with a little help from your foodie neighbors. Fighting Gai Chicken "Taco" Submitted by Kris Petcharawises, the man behind popular pop-up restaurant Gai Gai Thai Saute ground chicken until fully cooked. Add fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, chili, toasted rice and mix. Add cilantro, mint and red onions and gently mix. Heat butter or canola oil on medium heat in frying pan. Toast tortillas, turning once. Place ground chicken on tortillas, garnish with extra cilantro, herbs or lettuce. Aroi, aroi! Sorta-Jerked Chicken Submitted by Linden Hills' Tilia. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 In food processor pulse …
Patisserie 46 turns over its kitchen to Gai Gai Thai for Thursday's lunch rush.
Nothing goes together better than fine French pastries and Thai pork bellies with lime, herbs, and chili peppers. Right? To many, the cross-continental pairing might feel a little bit unusual, if on the delicious side. But the seeming-incongruity was at the heart of Thursday's eagerly anticipated lunchtime Patisserie 46/Gai Gai Thai mashup—the latest in the weekly collaborations between the Patisserie's John Kraus and Gai Gai's Kris Petcharawises. "The fact that I’m on the phone discussing it with you is a little strange to me because, to me, it’s the same as if we were going to make a grilled cheese tomorrow," Kraus said. "It’s just Kris coming in to make some cool dishes." The Food: For Thursday's lunch, Petcharawises will serve up four …