About The High Heel Gourmet

Some of my friends call me a globetrotter, photographer, gourmet investigator, culinary art obsessor, foodie, kitchenista, macaronista, or other cool names that I have to look up in the dictionary…You can call me whatever you like; it doesn’t matter to me…I just like to cook, bake, eat, read, travel, take pictures and other things that I don’t know about it yet…

I’m a Thai born and bred, grew up in Bangkok but rebelled myself out of the country some decades ago and reside in beautiful Manhattan Beach, California now.

I love to cook and entertain at my house, and sometimes the guests will ask for the recipes. So for a while I put recipes on Facebook, but that didn’t go well. You know, I had to accept their friend requests, then point them to the right album. And of course they still couldn’t find it! So now here I am, trying the blog platform to get my recipes out there to my friends and to you, too.

I’ve found that since Thai food became so popular, there are a lot of people claiming to know how to cook Thai dishes, but they’re just guessing. The result is they ruin many of my favorite Thai dishes. ABOUT.com, which, when it comes to Thai recipes, should be prefixed with “Something we don’t know…”, is not only my biggest enemy but also my inspiration. Despite their amazing SEO, they decided to put up the shittiest Thai recipes that would make a Thai person barf just by reading them, never mind actually cooking and tasting them! My mission here is to salvage our national heritage, one plate at a time.

I also travel and eat out a lot, so I have my culinary adventure journal here too.

I am the sole owner of “The High Heel Gourmet”. All the pictures and recipes are copyrighted. You need my permission to publish my recipes, but I don’t allow my photos to be used. I welcome your link if you want to blog about your result from a recipes.

I’m trying my best to keep this blog site as clean as possible, meaning no flashing banners and no advertisements as long as I can avoid it. Advertisers, if you don’t offer anything better than half a dollar per click, please don’t contact me. Also, if you are not related to the food industry, or you are related but don’t care about non-GMO, or organic food, please, don’t contact me. I will only consider advertisers who care about the consumers, thank you.

The High Heel Gourmet also consults for recipe and menu development for restaurants, when I’m traveling to sample delicious food all around the world. My specialty is Thai cooking, but I cook many other different cuisines as well. Also, I love small, pretty things, so I do custom-designed French macarons and chocolate bon bons for special occasions. I’ve also custom-designed multi-course macaron-tastings, which start with appetizer macarons, followed by an array of savory macarons, then finish with dessert macarons.

Thanks to my wonderful husband who, as my editor, makes my Thinglish sound closer to English…

Miranti, The High Heel Gourmet (1)

By the way, “The High Heel Gourmet” really is a cook in high heels. I’m not making any fashion statement here. I’ve struggled all my life to put 5 feet, or 150 cm, as my height somewhere officially. I finally successfully have it on my CA driver’s license, but that didn’t really make me taller, you know. So I do NEED my heels in the kitchen–not stilettos, but sensible platforms. However, “The High Heel Gourmet” who’s glamorously traveling to eat all those yummy foods never leaves home without heels. Those sensible heels don’t make it out the door…Who wants to be seen in them?…Fashion statement is needed there. So, if you see someone on unreasonable platforms or stilettos, standing in line at a famous food truck or street vendor’s food cart, that might be me.


305 Comments on “About The High Heel Gourmet”

  1. Hiya!

    I was just nominated for the Liebster Award and since I really like your blog you are one of my nominees. If you want to participate please read this post http://gingerandolives.com/2014/04/09/liebster-award/ to find out about the award :)
    If you don’t want to participate please just ignore the above!

    x

  2. Hi Miranti,
    Congratulations on your journey and accomplish. With your permission i’m to try some of your recipes, maybe i will try to mix yours with my Brazilian recipes. It was a real pleasure meeting you. Best regards

  3. Hi Miranti, I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger award because I really love your blog and am inspired by what you do! If you would like to accept it, the link is below, participation is completely voluntary of course ;-) big hug, Sylvia
    http://superfoodista.com/2013/11/23/award-weekend-wordpress-family-and-versatile-blogger-award-and-quinoa-spinach-pancakes/

  4. Thanks for following my blog. Looking forward to learn from you about Thai cooking and more. :)

  5. eddyskitchen says:

    Hi Miranti,

    I love your curry (Green and Red) recipes! I was in Thailand in March for a month and spent one day in a Bangkok Thai cooking school: http://www.bangkokthaicooking.com/ . The use of different spices and herbs is really an art form in Thai cooking. Good work!
    Eddy

  6. ah your blog is incredible! I just founded… not gonna lie, high heel gourmet is one catchy name hahaah. Thanks for posting! Love Thai food!

  7. annascuisine says:

    Hello there! Thank you kindly for liking my post “Shrimp Spring Rolls”.
    Wow! I love your blog; very informative. :)

  8. Miranti,
    As a way of letting you know how much I’ve enjoyed your blog and connecting with you, I’ve nominated you for Very Inspiring Blogger Award, Best Moment Award, and Sunshine Award, even though I have a feeling they’ve come your way before. You can pick them up from here, if you’re so inclined. :-)

    http://thenovicegardener.wordpress.com/2013/08/31/awards-are-awesome/

  9. I adore Thai food and enjoyed eating at a Thai restaurant with a friend yesterday evening.

  10. Congratulations :)! I have nominated your blog for The Versatile Blogger Award. To accept it, all you need to do is visit my blog post and follow the rules. Participation is optional. http://goo.gl/nj8UDs

  11. Hari Qhuang says:

    Hi, Miranti!
    I have mentioned you in my latest post (http://hariqhuang.wordpress.com/2013/08/30/the-wordpress-family-award/) as one of the bloggers who have biggest impacts on me as a blogger. :D

  12. PotSoup says:

    Hola! I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award : http://potsoup.wordpress.com/2013/08/28/versatile-blogger-award/
    Blog away!

  13. AnithaNayak says:

    Hi Miranti,

    You already know that I love your blog….It gives me immense pleasure to nominate you again for another award called the “Shine On” award.. great knowing you through your blog… :) keep rocking the blogging world with your super awesome recipe’s.. :)

    Check out the details on accepting this award at – http://kelipaan.com/awards/

    Cheers,
    Anitha

  14. Jhuls says:

    Congratulations! You have been awarded:

    Versatile Blogger Award

    Participation is optional, only if you want to pass the awards to others. Please check your award at http://thenotsocreativecook.wordpress.com/2013/08/17/o-m-g-for-the-additional-awards/

    Again, Congratulations! :)

  15. annetbell says:

    I have nominated you for the WordPress Family Award. Congratulation to you for your fine blogs as well as your warm and generous spirits. Please refer to this page on my blog for the details of the award.
    http://talesalongtheway.com/2013/08/10/word-press-family-awards-2/
    Happy blogging! Namaste……Anne

  16. Korb kun krup for liking my post about “creative” restaurant names! Seen anything similar in California or Thailand?

  17. Thank you kindly for dropping by my blog :)

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  19. Cheers for liking my BuildingMyBento post about Bandung! Do you know of any universities in Thailand that are worthy of a visit just for their architectural splendor?

  20. Hari Qhuang says:

    Sawasdee Krab, Miranti, “The Chosen One”, the chef in high heels! :D
    I just nominated your blog for the Liebster Award. I hope my blog readers find their ways here from the link I put on my post: http://hariqhuang.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/the-liebster-award/
    I believe they would enjoy this blog, as much as I do.
    uk sah sook pahp!

  21. annetbell says:

    Wow. . . .what a lot of talents and interests.l Your food is delicious looking. l Thanks so much for stopping by and liking my post . Namaste. . . Anne

  22. Kathleen says:

    I love your blog and have nominated you for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”! I hope you accept. Here’s the link: http://stylishheath.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=1168&action=edit

  23. KJ @ alwaystravelicious.com says:

    Hello Miranti! all the food on your blog looks so delicious! I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award, you can see the details here http://alwaystravelicious.com/2013/07/13/the-very-inspiring-blogger-award/ Keep bloggin! Cheers :)

  24. Nandar says:

    Hi,
    I have been following your blog and liked your facebook page a while ago. Thanks for all the recipes. :-) I live in Orange County and planning to do the house warming party. I have been looking for the Thai/Asian Catering Service. Do you have any recommended one or do you offer Catering service for the party of 40? Please let me know. Thanks. :-)

  25. LFFL says:

    Too cute! I’m all about wearing the HEELS, too, girl! Love your blog.

  26. I found your blog via whitetrinity.com. Glad I did! I have read a few recipes so far, and look forward to reading more. Cheers, Mom of Dragon Boy

  27. Sawat dee ka Miranti, thanks for checking out my blog. I’ve cooked in Thai restaurants here in Roanoke, Virginia for about 5 years and have had the best time cooking at these places. I also work at an American restaurant as the kitchen manager, You have a wonderful blog that I’m slowly perusing through. Keep up the great posts.

    • Sawasdee ka…I love you blog naka. It’s so funny. I’m a big fan if the “board of love” now. Can the board of love has its own Facebook page ka?

      I assume that you are not Thai. Are you? Are you cooking Thai food? I might have to sit down or lie down and read your entire blog just to find out your name ;) Thanks for liking my blog.

      I used to live in Alexandria and Burke, VA. I went to Roanoke a few time but never try any Thai restaurant there (this was twenty years ago while I was still in college in DC area).

      • Miranti, my name is Sheila and no, I’m not Thai. A few years back I fell in love with Thai food and decided to learn more about it. What better way than to hang out with Thai cooks? So I went to what then was the only Thai restaurant in town and asked if I could do dishes or some prep in exchange for learning a little about the cuisine. Next thing I know I’m working 70-80 hours a week learning everything from dumplings to curry pastes, The fact that absolutely no one in the kitchen spoke English made the experience that much more fun. We now have 5 Thai restaurants in town and I help out when cooks need time off or positions need to be filled temporarily. I have been blessed to have been taken under the wings of some truly talented Thai and Lao cooks and chefs. One of the chefs had actually cooked for the royal family and so I learned a bit about the Thai royal cuisine.
        Thank you for your interest in my blog. The header picture is of my favorite wok. As you can see it has taken quite a beating during my time learning how to cook with it. I’ve already picked up a few pointers from your blog that I haven’t seen before. Look forward to more.

      • Sheila…the wok looks well worn indeed! Cool that you are interested in Thai cooking. I hope you get paid these days now ;) You probably more experience than me in a commercial kitchen. The royal cuisine is very delicate and time consuming. I made one dish called “Kao Chae” which is cooked rice in flowers flavor cold water (summer dish) and accompany with five six different things. I have to make those accompaniments one item at a time. It take a day to make just one thing so it took me five days before I get to eat my Kao Chae! That’s the royal cuisine.

        I’m glad that my blog can add to your knowledge. It is pretty basic so my inexperience friends can cook the dish on their own. If you have any questions about Thai cooking, please feel free to ask via email or Facebook (I respond faster that way). If I don’t know, I will go ask the gurus in Thai cooking that I know for you.

        Keep up with da “board of love” :)

  28. snwflke10 says:

    Hi Miranti!
    Wonderful website btw! :)

    I am messaging you to ask for your permission to print and distribute your Steamed Garlic Chive Dumplings/Gu Chy Gui recipe on little handouts at the 5th annual Gaginang conference entitled “Our World, Our Story, Our Time.” If you are unfamiliar with us, Gaginang is a nonprofit organization that promotes the culture, language, and identity of Teochew around the world. This year the conference is help in Seattle, WA. I thought it would be great to have a cooking demonstration during the conference so attendees can try to keep some of our Teochew culture in the kitchen. This dish is definitely a favorite!

    Just to clarify, we are not making any money from this recipe card distribution.
    It is just information we are providing to conference attendees as an attempt to reconnect Teochew Americans to Teochew food and cuisine. As thanks, we would give credit on the recipe cards (of course), program, and can also promote your
    cooking blog!

    Please let me know your thoughts or if you have any other recipes you would like to contribute that are of Teochew culture! I would be happy to answer any questions as well.

    Sincerely,
    Elizabeth Aong (elizabeth.aong@gmail.com)
    2013 Gaginang Conference Planning Committee

    Website: http://www.gaginang.org
    IP: 174.61.245.151

  29. kcinaz says:

    Congratulations on receiving The Bouquet of Three Blogging Award nomination! You totally deserve it for your creative blog whether you decide to accept or not. If you want to accept the award or view the rules, here is the link to my post! http://kcinazcooks.com/2013/06/25/bouquet-of-three-award/

  30. girlseule says:

    Hey your recipes look pretty great I’m looking forward to giving them a go!

  31. taplatt says:

    Hi, thanks for the visit and liking my recipe! Your blog looks great and I’m looking forward to perusing your recipes…

  32. Hi HH,

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and the like on my page. You are so keen on cooking Thai food. I really like your “Thai Curry Paste Episode”. Your blog is very fantastic. I like it!

    Tailorbirddesign,

  33. AnithaNayak says:

    Hi.. as I have mentioned many times earlier in my comments, I love your blog… I’m glad I stumbled upon it. As love Asian food, so I enjoy going through your posts. I

    ’m nominating you for the “Versatile Blogger Award”. You can check the rules to accept the award & share this award through the link here – http://kelipaan.com/awards/.

  34. Isabell says:

    Definitely high quality blog posts on this site, saved to fav.

  35. Hi!

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  36. WhiteTrinity says:

    Hi, Thanks for following my blog. Your recipes and photos look amazing! I love the Mango in Sticky Rice! Looking forward to reading more. Cheers, Mrs. J

  37. http://lovelyseasonscomeandgo.wordpress.com
    Hi thanks so much for liking my post “beautiful creations” and for stopping by my blog, OMG! your blog is really amazing too. The recipes are wonderful. Have a great rest of the weekend. Betty

  38. Hi High,

    Check your emails, I have sent you the Delicious Blog Award to post on your site :)

    Only you and Hari have recieved this to date :)

  39. Hello, I have passed the “Bouquet of Three Award” to you. Congratulations! Find out more here:http://mysocalledglamorouslife.wordpress.com/2013/05/22/bouquet-of-three-award/

  40. Hello, I have passed the “Bouquet of Three Award” to you. Congratulations! Find out more here: http://mysocalledglamorouslife.wordpress.com/2013/05/22/bouquet-of-three-award/

  41. I’ve nominated your blog, for a Liebster Award. You can find out about it here: http://marriedinmarrickville.wordpress.com/2013/05/21/nomination-the-leibster-award/
    Check it out & participate if you want – sharing the blog love…
    Love MIM.

  42. ahardrain says:

    Your beautiful soul and infectious smile add at least one a foot of pure enjoyment, that can never break like a heel can. What a fun and fattening blog you have, I love it…….

  43. Heru's Light says:

    Hello Miranti, I’ve nominated you for the Sunshine Award, because your blog, all your incredible recipes and shared knowledge and delight in cooking, consistently helps turn me around to face the Sun of my own making. http://heruslight.com/awards/

  44. poppyjocat says:

    I have several pairs of Killer Heels, – never worn! love them but just too scared to go outdoors in them – the ground is way to far down when you have 6inch heels! ;)

  45. Hello Neighbor! Manhattan Beach is my playground! Wonder if we ever ran into each other!

  46. Nativegrl77 says:

    oops! Thank you for all the likes

  47. Nativegrl77 says:

    Thanks for stopping by … the food you feature I cannot cook , but friends make extra for take home !!! btw I had a pair of brown heels like your pix … loved them !!! Be proud! I am 4’9″

  48. I have family in Manhattan Beach! Thanks for following!
    ~Christy

    • Nice! Manhattan Beach is nice but only draw back is not enough good Asian food around. It’s a convenience location for someone who travel so often because it’s so close to the LAX, only 10 minutes away without the noise.

  49. Thanks for liking my post Lunch Date at Hock Lam Beef! I love the photos in your blog!

  50. AP says:

    Awesome website. I loved seeing Vegemite in your recipes :) Keep up the wonderful life.

  51. Kab koon krup for liking more of my posts, Miranti! Do you prefer window or aisle seats? Also, can you get Tipco products in California?

    • Window ka. I also don’t care about Tipco even though the broccoli juice is kinda interesting but most of their juice didn’t taste that good. Some of them even from concentrate! I don’t think they export the juice to CA.

      • Not all of the fruits that Tipco uses in its drinks are in season year-round, and considering that I’m not from a tropical location, something from concentrate every now and then is ok. I think just until recently fresh mangosteens weren’t allowed in the US! But vendors in Chinatown seem to find a way…

  52. detroittokyo says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Please follow me :) Your blog is gorgeous! Can’t wait to dive in. Great Tom Yum post!

  53. Thanks for stopping by Savvy Single Suppers! I have the opposite problem, I’m usually too tall for my counter heights . . . no heels here, lol. I love the illustration in your header. Very chic. It’s wonerful to have authentic recipes to follow when, as a Canadian, I attempt other types of cuisines. Have fun with your blog.

    • Thanks Susan…I which I have your problem! I have to stand on a stepping stool when I roll any dough…embarrassing, you know and I love to make my own Croissant too…imagine how many time I have to step up and down. What”s part of Canada? I actually LOVE the food in Quebec the most and in August, I’m going to spend 5 days in Vancouver. I’m looking forward to it. I also really like fruits there very much. I had wild strawberries in Montreal Chinatown and still remember the taste until now (it was about 20 years ago).

  54. beautiful shoes with beautiful models …
    hopefully a wonderful weekend
    friendly greetings

  55. sheong0903 says:

    nice pic @ the cosmo :D

  56. Monki says:

    Thank you for visiting my site and liking my “Silkie to the Rescue” :) Your food blog looks amazing! I’m definitely going to follow and try your recipe!

  57. Hi there!! Thanks for the like on my page! Your blog is so amazing :) I love Thai food so much and as I step out of my baking comfort zone and into cooking, I am so glad I found your blog (or rather you found mine!) I look forward to trying many of your recipies! :)

    • Thanks for a kind compliment. Looking forward for more baking recipe from you. BTW I’m trying to develop a bacon, macadamia nuts shortbread bar with dulce de leche and chocolate (millionaire style bar). Do you have any interesting recipe for that?

  58. I LOVE shoes (what woman doesn’t?) – impressive that you actually cook in heels! Thanks for visiting my blog too.

  59. My mom loves cooking. And high heels. She hasn’t been able to wear them since her knee surgery, but I don’t think that will keep her from genuinely enjoying your blog. I’ll be sure to share it with her. Lots of love to you, your cooking, and your good fashion sense. :)

  60. thank you very much for liking one of my posts :) i really like your blog :) have a great week! :)

  61. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thank you for your repeated visits to simplydaisies! Love to read your work!

  62. agloryday says:

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog! I don’t have much experience with Thai food, so hopefully I can try out some of your dishes at restaurants. I’m super excited to try out your Pad Thai recipe though :D Are there any close substitutions for the sauce? I’m not sure if I’ll be able to find the tamarind pulp and coconut palm sugar :(

    • Yes, substitute vinegar for tamarind pulp and brown sugar for coconut palm sugar. My recommend is don’t buy the premix sauce, make your own and with these 3 ingredients, you can store the mixture in the fridge for a long time.

  63. goanflavour says:

    Hi! Thanks for liking my blog post. Your food posts are always nice and I can almost taste the dishes just looking at the photos :).

    I am visiting Thailand this June, and look forward to having authentic Thai food. Bangkok and Phuket. Can’t wait, and would love to know from you which places I should definitely not miss.

    Thanks again :).

    • Ok in Bangkok, are you going to eat street foods in the carts, restaurant without AC or in restaurant away from the tourist attraction spot?

      • goanflavour says:

        Yes! I would love the authentic street food experience and am not afraid to experiment :)!

      • Sukhumvit Soi 38, take BTS train to Thonglor station, exit the opposite side of Thonglor. This is a great location for street food, mango sticky rice, padthai, handmade noodles with barbecue pork.

        Lumpini park in the morning. BTS Ratdamri station (sorry for my spelling of the name. I don’t remember English name) and walk or the underground train to Silom station. This is the breakfast Thai-Chinese style. Walk around Lumpini park is fun too, small but it’s served the same function as Central Park.

        Aor Tor Kor market. There are a lot f food vendors. you can try so many stuff. BTS Jatujak station and walk. Visit Jatujak is fun but it’s only open on the weekend.

        Ok continue later

      • goanflavour says:

        Wow. All of it sounds amazing, and can’t wait to explore! Thanks :)!

    • BTW Did you already plan the accommodation?

      • goanflavour says:

        Yes, we are planning to book by early May. Hope that is not too late.

      • Depend on where you go. The school term already started so it should be ok. Novotel Siam Square is the nice place to stay but Ibis not so far from there is cheaper $60/ night unless you want to go cheaper than that. This is for BKK. This is going to be a long process. Do you have Facebook? Friend me if you do at Facebook.com/Miranti so you can reach me faster. Phuket I would pick something remote patong beach will be too busy but what do you expect as an experience?

      • goanflavour says:

        Hi Miranti. I appreciate you taking the time to give me such a helpful and detailed answer.

        I am travelling with 2 other friends (one guy, one girl). They will be there for 5 days and then leave. I would be there for 5 more days in Phuket.

        I want to travel to see the place, have local food, do snorkelling, hit beach parties and check out the nightlife.

        Have messaged you on facebook.

        What would you recommend as an experience?

  64. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Your recipes are making me hungry…even though I just ate! Can’t wait to try making some of your creations!

  65. Hi Miranti, thanks so much for visiting my site and the Doodles with Noodles! Whilst my Noodles don’t taste so good as yours, they are fat free, sugar free, cholesterol free and full of fibre! Quilting is delicious!!

  66. abcfoodie says:

    Hi, High Heel Gourmet! Thanks for liking my GreeNoodle with kimchi entry! I find your photos to be top-notch!! ABC Foodie.

  67. omlit says:

    Sorry I didnt write before but I have been poorly and its hard to look at food pictures. Your thai curry paste looks brilliant though. Also you are very kind to follow my blog

  68. Many thanks for liking our post Mouth and Body Connection. It’s always fun to discover new things especially something related to our passion – food ie organic food! We’ll try some of your recipes here. Come and visit us again next time! Wonderful site!

  69. feelingjoy says:

    Thank you for the like. I like the name of your blog and enjoy wearing high heels too although now I like a mid heel…must be the age thing. I’m five inches taller but there is something about wearing shoes with heel. Looking forward to trying one of your recipes. :)

    • lol…I know the older we get, walking on high heels are not as effortless as before aren’t we. I have to do a lot of muscle worked out (body core, legs) to be able to manage on high heels for a long hours these days too but I can’t live without them. People will stomping all over me again, no way :)

  70. AlwaysMe1 says:

    How could someone not follow a blog with high heels as part of the title. Looked around and loved it. Looking forward to the fun.

  71. Sofia says:

    Hi Miranti, I’m nominating you for the Very Inspiring Blogger award in a moment today. You dont need to do anything, its just to acknowledge that I like your blog :)

  72. sheong0903 says:

    Hi! thanks for liking my post “Bistek Tagalog”. Checking out your blog. Can’t wait to try cook Thai food! Hope I can find the ingredients in the Asian market here though :D

    • There use to be an Asian market owned by a nice Thai lady north of the Stratosphere that you can get all Thai ingredients. Ranch 99 in Chinatown should be another good place too. I used to live in Las Vegas a long time ago (before year 2000). If you have problem finding ingredients, let me know. I can ask my friend who lived there.

      Funny I’m in Las Vegas right now while I respond to your comment. I was just taken pictures with the same red shoe at Cosmopolitan Hotel again today!

  73. Nice blog! Thanks for visiting mine! I’m vertically challenged too, but I hate heels. :-)

  74. Global Chow says:

    Awesome blog and i love wearing high heels also but only when im going out just to have a little height happy blogging*_*

  75. Victoria says:

    A top blog you have…And thank you very much for liking one of my previous posts. Victoria xxxxx

  76. ks41 says:

    Hello, thank you for dropping by and liking my Red lentil Dahl.

  77. Hi, Thanks for taking the time to read our blog and like the posts, I’m glad you enjoyed it. Your blog is great, what delicious food!!

  78. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thanks for the like at simplydaisies.

  79. llafont says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, checking out the recipes. Great single high heel in your picture. If you can wear high heels graceful, good with it. I am the opposite in height, quite tall. Great reading about your travels and food enjoyed.

    • Thanks for visiting me back. I went to your site looking for herb to help ease my cough. Love your blog and now envy at your height too. I wouldn’t wear heels as much if I’m only half a foot or may be 10″ taller…I’m not asking for too much I think…I wasn’t even asking for a whole foot stretch! Just partial.

  80. ohiocook says:

    Thank you for dropping by the blog!

  81. Thank you so much for your wonderful response to my blog! I really appreciate it!!!

  82. Moira says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my recipe for Banana Coconut Oat Pancakes. I can’t wait to look over your recipe list. P.S., your blog name is GREAT!

  83. NativeNM says:

    I love your story, I can relate as I am also a 5′ gal. Thanks for sharing your recipes!

  84. gluadys says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and giving a thumbs-up to Sweet and Pungent Curry! I have lived all my life in (mostly rural) Canada, though I am in Toronto now. So I only came across Thai food about ten years ago. It has quickly become my favorite style of Asian cooking and I am delighted to find a collection of authentic Thai recipes I can try.

  85. Thanks for “liking” my Thailand posts. Your home country is beautiful and the food is great! I will have to try some of your recipes.

  86. spamabc says:

    What a lovely blog you have created! Thanks for stopping by! :)

  87. Ellie says:

    ah! thanks for liking my post!!! so flattered :)

  88. Thanks for hopping into my blog. Reading this page was pretty hilarious – witty in a very subtle way. Will be hopping in a lot, considering that I’ve just learnt to cook Thai food. Don’t mind making it a bit Thinglish too!

    • Thanks for empathy with my need for high heels (of course you do right…hehe). I’m following your “unblogging” now to get all the post…don’t forget I’m watching (the two fingers poking in my eyes and back in yours that kinda move!)…lol…I’m kidding. I like your blog and Thai food can be Thinglish. Seriously it wouldn’t be as bad as a Thai would abuse your language, you know.

  89. Wonderful blog!! I will be following!

  90. ohlidia says:

    LOVE your blog!

  91. Michael says:

    Thanks a lot for visiting my blog and liking my post @ http://justmikemon.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/if-not-for-god-2/…I really appreciate :)

  92. Lady Liz says:

    Hello, thanks for stopping by my blog and liking my post. I really, really love your blog!!

  93. Sho'Nuff says:

    I’m shocked and pleased that a sophisticated food/restaurant critic like you “liked” my simple asparagus recipe. Thanks for visiting my blog. I look forward to getting many more cooking ideas from your blog.

    • Are you kidding me? You even GROWS your own asparagus! That’s many steps beyond me and my cooking, you know. I love all great food and to ensure it, I should know how to grow them but well but I don’t. I blame it on my black thumbs. You don’t need fancy crap on your fresh picked asparagus, the way you cooked them make my mouth water!

  94. Thanks so much for stopping by and liking my post. Glad to meet you and love your blog! I’ll be following and trying some of your recipes for sure. :)

  95. I absolutely love Asian food! Thai is one of my favorites and a weekly staple. I am enjoying your blog. I am also 5 ft tall :-)
    http://www.biteintonutrition.com

  96. Thanks for passing by my blog, I’ve just created a facebook page, so be sure to check it out and more importantly, keep an eye there where you will find more wonderful recipes,

    So don’t forget to share the FB page among your family and friends and get everyone excited about cooking simple, delicious, healthy meals at home
    http://www.facebook.com/Cooking.Thyme.Ca

    Sharing is caring, Cheers and god bless you

  97. Jerry says:

    Thank you for the likes. ;)

  98. jasonrbauer says:

    Thanks for liking me, I like your blog too.

  99. paul from australia says:

    im happy i found this fantastic

  100. jenyjohn says:

    Hi..I like your beautiful blog and I have nominated your for “The Versatile Blogger Award”.

    Please visit http://jenyjohn.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/the-versatile-blogger-award/

  101. nurulthecook says:

    A glimpse at your blog and I’m hooked!! The kid of recipes I love!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and have a wonderful day! :-)

  102. Melanee says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and showing some love to my post Ms. Eva. I look forward to perusing your blog for great recipes.

  103. becky6259 says:

    Thanks for stopping by Mrs. City Boy and liking my post! Your cuisine is much more elegant than mine, and you take such wonderful pictures! I may learn a thing or two about Thai cooking from you — be careful way up there on those heels, lol!

  104. linleyk says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! Your recipes look amazing, and I love that you posted do’s and don’ts!

  105. Thanks for coming to visit my blog. I read over your thai green curry paste post and I love how you photograph each ingredient. Many people may not know what galangal looks like in its natural form so photos are essential.
    We’ve been to Thailand and found it to be warm and gorgeous, just like the people there!

  106. Hey there, I’ve nominated you for the Epically Awesome Award Of Epic Awesomeness following my nomination by “A french girl cuisine” You can see your nomination here
    http://charlesschnyder.wordpress.com/2013/04/07/epically-awesome-award-of-epic-awesomeness-nomination/
    Cheers, and have a nice week
    Charlie

  107. I grew up visiting your beautiful country. Loved everything about Bangkok– especially floating market and Sukhothai! Thank you for these recipes- can’t wait to try some!

  108. vonlet24 says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog! And thank you for introducing me to yours – I love, love, love Thai food :)

  109. storyfairy says:

    Hello High Heel Gourmet! Thank you for liking my post! Please follow my blog, too! :)

  110. Thank you for dropping by and liking my post. Enjoy cooking! Cheers, silverlime2013

  111. Lori says:

    Thanks for liking my post. I enjoyed reading this. You made me smile. Blessings.

  112. Thinglish… that’s so funny. I’m glad you liked my post about Chocolate Cake. Thanks for stopping by, and I look forward to comparing notes on our creative kitchen endeavors. Cheers!

  113. Thanks for your like :)

  114. Thanks for popping by for a laugh! I think I have found a project for the weekend — homemade Green curry. (Though I admit I’m better at dialling take-out than cooking)

  115. Thank you very much for stoping by my blog and liking my food photography post. I am just starting in this area of photography and was amazed when I looked at your posts!
    Looking forward following you :)
    Regards,
    Charlie

  116. Christie says:

    Hello from a fellow five-footer! So funny; I love to wear tall shoes as well: in the kitchen, the playground, while sitting on the couch… = ) My husband loves Asian food, so I’ve been toying with trying to find recipes to teach myself. So excited to read more on your blog.

  117. Conor Bofin says:

    Hi Miranti,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love what you are doing here. Some beautiful photography and delicious looking dishes.
    Best from Dublin, Ireland,
    Conor

  118. Thanks so much for following us! :)

  119. Claudia says:

    Thanks for visiting Miranti! I had my daughter in Bangkok. :) I miss the food sooooo much!

  120. ohiocook says:

    Thank you again for dropping by the blog!

  121. Jerry says:

    Thank you Miranti so verymuch for your visits. XOXO

  122. spajzgirl says:

    Love your recipes very much!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  123. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thank you for visiting simplydaisies!

  124. Thanks for checking out Thymeless Sage and Random Rants. I will be spending time here and trying new recipes.

  125. Mugen says:

    Hi There,

    Very interesting blog and thanks for visiting my blog…

  126. ohiocook says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog.

  127. Noi says:

    K.Fah. Just have a chance to check into your blog. Omg! Terrific&Brilliant. Love it ๆๆๆ Also love the name and its origin…cute&creative. Hope to see you soon(for food).

  128. ezpat1981 says:

    Hi Miranti! I just love reading your fabulous reviews (too much in fact, want to go everywhere toddlers in tow). I just wanted you to know that I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award because of your fantastic blog. I really like that you interact and take the time out to respond to everyone which is great too. My post on the subject is here if you would like to check it out…http://bookgirloz.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/very-inspiring-blogger-award-nomination-yeehah/. Thanks again, E xx

  129. Congratulations, Miranti!

    I have nominated your blog for the Versatile Blogger Award.

    Learn more about the award here.

  130. Congratulations, you are now a Super Sweet Blogger:) See my post to pick up your award:) http://theperkypoppy.com/2013/03/13/importeditaliantunabeansaladsupersweetbloggeraward/

  131. jwcwong says:

    yeah agree! HIGH HEELS and good food is the way to go!
    come to bogota – you may not believe it but there’s plenty of gourmet here!

  132. Hi! I’m nominating you for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. My post with your nomination will be up soon, and you can choose to accept or decline the award. Have a blessed day!

  133. fionaward says:

    Hello Miranti! I have nominated you for a Super Sweet Bloggers Award because of all the totally original sweet treats you post on your blog (pineapple panna cotta – yum), and because I love to cook in heels. http://petitegourmandeanglaise.com/2013/03/06/super-sweet-bloggers-award/

  134. Terri Brewster says:

    Great blog! I like you love nothing more than food, wine, travel and photography so I can totally relate. I will be checking back with you. Thanks to for visiting my blog.

  135. ciao! luvFAB blog.
    thebestdressup

  136. Corinna says:

    Thank you for stopping by Chapstick Goddess and liking my post…all visitors welcome :)

  137. Corinna says:

    Thank you for stopping by Chapstick Goddess, I hope you enjoyed your visit…

  138. I am very proud that my post Struffoli o Cecetti liked you!!! Thanks! I invite you to travel to Napoli during Christmas time to taste them!
    Ciao!

  139. jenyjohn says:

    Hai… Thanks for following my blog, even though I acknowledge it late, sorry for that….you know what..even I am 5 ft tall only !!! and I truly understand how hard it is for us without platforms…lol.. You have a great blog here and I really love it…..:) looking out for more posts from you.

  140. I’m not quite as height challenged as you but I’m not considered tall and I agree, platforms are a must while cooking! Thanx for “liking” my blog and i’m already enthralled with some of your recipes so I’m a follower now. dru

  141. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I love thai food but am not very experienced at it. I will be stopping by your blog to learn some new tricks and hints.

    • OK…I promise will be more recipes for you to try. I wish I can grow something as good as you. Most of my herbs are really up to the mercy of gods :(

      • Growing your own is very easy. One step at a time. The best advice I can give to a new grower is to not over water them. Let them dry out just bit before watering again. I hope that you will give it a try.

  142. Laura says:

    Thanks for visiting my site! I’m looking forward to trying your authentic pad thai recipe; one of my daughters has been asking for it and I’ve been looking forward to trying it.

  143. Laura says:

    Thanks for visiting me at Planner Projects! You have some awesome looking recipes that I’ll have to try when I have a little more practice in the kitchen. :)

  144. bdsbrown1 says:

    simplydaisies appreciates your likes!! Enjoying your blog!

  145. mkriegh says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my post! Since I love to cook I will enjoy following your blog.

  146. lesliesholly says:

    Oh, your picture is adorable! Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my strawberry cake post. I look forward to checking out some of your recipes.

  147. vohnmcg says:

    Thanks for liking my blog post on Chilli Beef Pancakes. Your recipes all look aMAZing! I will definitely be trying a few of them out! Vohn x

  148. Hi there! Thanks for following Evolutionary Landscapes, and making me hungry! :-)

  149. Great post. Thanks For liking mine. I can relate to the cooking, heels, and being short lol. I am 5″2′ myself. I usually wear heels…not as much as I’d like because of a knee injury :-/. Still nice to admire :-) happy posting

  150. eddyskitchen says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and like my Sweet and Sour Pork, 咕嚕肉. You have a really cool web page and so many good recipes. I am off to Thailand in March for three weeks visiting Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Chiang Rai, Chiang Mai,and off to Siem Reap Cambodia before coming back home to Canada. Love to spend time in Thailand eating good foods.

  151. Amy Pirt says:

    *Heels! Haha.

  152. Amy Pirt says:

    You go, girl, with the high geels! Too many people dress casually today (Onesies??? Ugh.). I never ever wear jeans.

    Amy

  153. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thank you for stopping by simplydaisies again! Love your recipes!

  154. Thanks so much for dropping by Main St. Manhattan Beach is one of my absolute favorite places…lucky you! Looking forward to reading more!

  155. 8020sund says:

    Thanks a lot for stopping by my blog! Your blog makes me really hungry;)

  156. Chef Randall says:

    Your blog is well organized and very informative. I like the photos. Picture say a lot also. Well done.

    Thanks for viewing my blog at Savor the Food. I would appreciate your comments and readership. Hope you can follow us.

    Thanks for sharing and looking forward to what more The High Heel Gourmet has to post. You gott’a love that name too.

    Chef Randall
    savorthefood.wordpress.com

  157. I love your about me entry! And, Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my Thai Beef Salad post :)

  158. wittymistee says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog. I’m so glad I checked your blog because I have been looking for a reliable recipe for pad thai. Will be trying your recipe soon. :)

  159. Thank you for visiting my blog. I look forward to reading more from you.

  160. Global Girl says:

    Love your blog :). I grew up in Bangkok as well!

    • Great! I don’t know what year was it, that you lived there, but Bangkok had changed a lot since I was born and grew up there. Anyhow I hope you love the street food there as much as I do. I like your blog and following it, fun!

      • Global Girl says:

        Thanks for the follow. I moved to the US in 1999, but go back every couple of years. I love Bangkok :). My brother lives in Chiang Mai now.

      • Nice! I go back every year since I moved here in 1997. So you were there during the late 80s. Bangkok was sooooo crazy with traffic back around that time. It’s before the BTS time :) I spent hours on the road just going to and from school or work. I lived in Bangkapi and attend Chulalongkorn University (Siam Square). This is before the express way to NualJan Rd. I also lived in Chiangmai during 1883-84 for two years, so different than now!

  161. lemoncake says:

    Thanks for visiting and liking my blog post. Love that you wear heels when cooking! I’m 5 foot too, so can share your ‘short’ pain hehe!

  162. Thanks for visiting my blog!

  163. bowtiesandbaubles says:

    Thanks for liking my blog post! I visited Thailand with my best friend twice in high school and I absolutely loved it. It was one of the best experiences in my life and I would love to go back some day. I especially miss the food, and your recipes look great.

  164. andreaemiles says:

    Thanks for the like on my blog. I’ve just followed your blog as I love Thai food and even though I can’t get lots of the ingredients here where I live in Jordan I will be able to enjoy it through your pictures!

    • Thanks. I LOVE yours. I’m following your blog. In fact I’m planning to visit Turkey and hopefully I get to go to Israel and Jordan too. Since I haven’t visit Jordan yet I can’t tell you where to find or what to use to substitute the ingredients. I might be able to tell you after the trip. I though the middle eastern food is quite close to SEA but I guess only the spice. Some of the ingredients are available through Amazon too.

  165. bdsbrown1 says:

    Thank you for stopping by simplydaisies! Great stuff here!

  166. Thanks for stopping by my page! I don’t really cook much Asian food. I think the only time I’ve ever had Thai was when I was moving back home from Culver City. My work crew took me out saying I wasn’t allowed to leave until I tried it! I lived in El Segundo and loved MB. I’m super jealous! I’m looking forward to reading your blog and picking up some new techniques! Cheers, DG

    • I enjoy reading your blog. I know grew up with table salt and season salt, Thai food is so overwhelming. My friend complained to me all the times about “the shit you put in are so many, I can’t remember” or “since I start cooking Thai food, my empty seasoning cupboard is f***ing full missy. Can we substitute something?”…lol…and so on and on…I’m glad at least you don’t think it’s way too much. Thanks :)

  167. Miranti…

    First of all I would like a calendar with a different photo of you for each month. ;O)

    Second: a favorite Thai Restaurant, here in Fort Nyers, Florida closed a few years ago.and I really miss one of their desserts. It was made of rice formed into a little cake. Flavor was coconuty and delicious. If you can figure out what it may have been would you please tell me and post a recipe… I am a new “Fan” of your blog and thank you for visiting mine. “Spokesman” Dave…

    • Hi Dave Thanks :) Your blog is fun to read.

      OK Tell me more about the sticky rice thing. Were they white rice or black or red with sugar? Did they serve with mango or on it’s own. Was there any sauce and what color? What’s the texture of it? Did it come with any porous custard? Was there any filling?

      I know Dave that I asked too many question but Thais made many different kind of desserts with sticky rice…lol. I try to figure out what it is.

      If it was white sticky rice, soft but the grain of rice still maintain its form not swollen or mushy and might served with mango or little bit of coconut cream, I would think it’s just typical sticky rice or called in Thai “Kaw Neaw Mool”. This one is quite easy to make in method.

      If I can tell you how to cook this, would you tell me your “mushy story” about how did you find Lucy (again), get rid of her x-fiance and get her to agree to marry you after the first turn down?

      -mira-

  168. ohiocook says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and the input.

  169. Judy Smith says:

    Thank you for stopping by my site — I look forward to exploring your recipes!

  170. hilarykatz53 says:

    I want to cook and shop with you!

  171. hilarykatz53 says:

    Cooking and cleaning and dancing in high heels makes it all better. When you see your calves looking just so and your bebe’s or Santana’s or WHATEVER it is you wear around your house you feel like the ISH

  172. ohiocook says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and the “Like” of my post.

  173. Thanks so much for stopping by lil ole blog! As you may have read in my entry, I was a judge, and not a cook. Quite frankly, I am a little scared of cooking! I can bake, but cooking the main dish of a meal is fairly foreign to me! Your site looks like a resource that could make the kitchen not such a scary place after all!

    Thanks again!
    -A

    • lol…I would be so scared in the courtroom and rather be cooking there instead of sitting and listening. I don’t even like it even though I have to go in for traffic ticket.

      I’m actually opposite between cooking and baking. I used to don’t like baking because I have to “measure” the ingredients. I got better after trying to make macarons. I’m now making croissant and whole nine yards. So, I think, judging from your career (which is much more intimidating but you had done well), you would feel at ease cooking five courses dinner soon.

      • Oh goodness! I have confused us both! Hah! I meant that I was a judge in my friend’s Iron Chef (cooking) competition! I am not a professional judge! For work, I am a high school English teacher (so I should be able to express myself more clearly, huh??). I certainly would be petrified in a courtroom! Hah!

        I agree though, i think I like baking because there are very specific rules!

      • Ahhh hahahahaha Now I’m envy at you. How did you manage to become a judge in the Iron Chef? I want to become one! (Even though I have to bake to get in I would)

  174. drybredquips says:

    Thanks for liking “doctored steak” and for your insight on food. A long time ago – long before I became diabetic – I was fortunate enough to eat great Asian food in great Asian restaurants in Asia. The memories linger and are treasured.

  175. Stephanie says:

    I’m also 5 feet, should try to cook in high heels and see how it feels ;) thanks for sharing interesting details of your culture in your recipes!

  176. Hi there! Thanks so much for following my blog! I can’t wait to check out some of your recipes. :)

  177. Thanks for visiting my new blog! I remember a day once upon a time when I too used to live (and cook) in heels. Alas, three young children have cured me of that habit! I specialize in regional Italian food and own a catering biz in Queens, NY. However, I love eating at the many super-authentic Asian restaurants nearby (some people call downtown Flushing, Queens the epicenter of delicious Chinese food). Look forward to following you!

    • lol…children they strip you down and refill you with new attitude and new agenda in life but they’re so wonderful aren’t they. I wish I have one of my own too. Unfortunately I had so much good time and by the time I was ready, my biological clock had decided to stop early!

      I was reading your blog while you made this comment. VERY NICE! I love it. I love the history of foods and the authentic dishes. I also love Italian foods almost as much as Thai food. There is only three country in the world other than Thailand that I would travel there for weeks without craving for my comfort Thai food, Italy, Japan and Spain. I’m following your blog now :)

  178. Glad you liked my blog. I enjoyed reading yours. I hope you have a chance to try some of my recipes, I will be trying some of yours. You made me smile about your height: I am tall, but my daughter is short like you and loves high heels.

    • I might try the grill romaine salad. I had it at a restaurant one time and thought it was good but forgot about it until I saw yours. I actually have to come up with a “diet recipe” for my husband too but anytime I make him salad (he request no carb diet), he end up eating nuts or ice cream afterward. Then the “diet” goal fly out of the window!

  179. cme5125 says:

    Thanks for checking out my recent Flourless Strawberry Pancakes! I hope you find some of the recipes on my blog easy to recreate for yourself as well! I look forward to following your baking and heeled adventures in the future.

    -Christine

  180. Hi Miranti,
    I likes reading your recipes & may try a few of them.And yes the high heel in the photo is cool.

  181. Hey There. I found your blog using msn. This is an extremely well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and return to read more of your useful info. Thanks for the post. I’ll certainly comeback.|

  182. I enjoyed reading your About page. I used to wear high heels back in the day but with a 3-year old now the high heels have taken a back seat. :)

  183. Good for you :) And besides why can’t there be a little glamour in the kitchen as well?1

  184. I’ve awarded you the One Lovely Blog award. Read all about this award here.
    http://mycruisestories.com/2012/07/27/one-lovely-blog-award/

  185. Oster's Mom says:

    Hi. I’ve just passed on the Mrs. Sparlky’s Ten Commandments Award to you. I really enjoy reading your posts and wanted to share your site with others. See http://discoveranddevour.com/2012/05/27/mrs-sparklys-ten-commandments-award/

    I hope you are having a blast in Paris….Ahhh…what a magical city.

    • Miranti says:

      Hi Patty…So sorry for the late reply. I had just came back and now ready to get the blog rolling again thanks so much for the nomination and I will get this on as soon as I can.

  186. I totally understand your height issues… LOL When I am at home I cook in heels too.. it makes it easier to reach stuff in the cupboard & well… it is easier to spin around when I am doing several things at once…I am a platform heel gal too, I cannot do regular heels:) Click away in the Kitchen:)

  187. Oster's Mom says:

    I can’t wait to read about your reviews in Paris! One of my fav cities for food :)

    I’ve been enjoying your Tokyo ones, as I have never been there. Have a safe trip.

    • Miranti says:

      I had just came back from my marathon travel…Paris was wonderful and also Cannes and Orleans but I think there is no place like home now. Thanks

  188. Dear M-

    Thanks for visiting and liking my blog. Your blog is fun and beautiful, and remember, big things come wrapped in small packages so give those toes a rest from heels!;-)

    • Miranti says:

      lol…Thanks…you sound just like my foot doctor (actually he’s my friend’s husband)…yeah I’m not wearing heels while I’m sleeping though…hehe.

  189. Hi Miranti,
    Thanks for visiting our restaurant’s blog! Loved reading about you and your high heels in the kitchen.

    Hope you’ll drop by our place one day when you’re in the area :)

    Best wishes to you!
    One Veg World

    • Miranti says:

      I think I had your vegan korean BBQ taco (or mock meat taco with asian spice that I assumed that it’s korean bbq) not so long ago. My friend said it was from “One Veg World” It was delicious. Is it something you serve at the restaurant? If that so, I will definitely visit your restaurant when I’m in West Covina.

      • Yes, that was one of our weekly specials :) Our teriyaki kabobs are similar to that veggie meat and that’s on our regular menu. Looking forward to serving you :-)

  190. seekraz says:

    Hello Miranti – I saw that you stopped-by my blog the other day…thank you for visiting and for letting me know you were there. You have a very tasty-looking blog! Scott. :)

  191. Oster's Mom says:

    Creative site! I LOVE your recipes! Thank you for sharing.


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