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Born in Nam Buri, Thailand, Victor Sodsook learned cuisine at his mother's side, in a Thai university, and in the employ of fine Bangkok hotels. He arrived in America more than twenty years ago, opening the first Siamese Princess in 1976. Success propelled him to his present location in Beverly Hills. This is his first book.
I am a real fan of Thai food and like to cook everything from scratch. I have a smaller and more simple Thai cookbook that's OK but wanted something more comprehensive and this one... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Philip L. Taylor
I have tried a few of the recipes and they have all come out very tasty. The author includes a lot of information of the ingredients and traditions of the Thai people. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark C. Harrison
I LOVE thai food. This book is perfect. It gives you recipes that are truly Thai and taste delicious! It's a must have for any thai food lover.Published 6 months ago by AvidRunner
My wife and I are lovers of Thai food. This book has made it possible to make some really delicious meals at home.Published 6 months ago by Gregory Keene
I have several cookbooks featuring Asian recipes. This is the one I use. I can
eat at home & enjoy restaurant quality meals.
True Thai is an excellent cookbook,it explains ingredients fully and is easy to understand.
The recipes are easy to prepare and delicious. Read more
I borrowed this book from the library and loved it. I have made Thai dishes that taste like they come from a restaurant. Read morePublished on September 8, 2010 by Sylvia
Early on in this cookbook I ran across a shrimp and chili paste recipe, which the author (s? along with Sodsook, an American couple contributes recipes) "toned down for our... Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by Achaea
I am addicted to this book's recipes.
It is not a beginner's how-to. For folks looking for tasty & not-ordinary Thai food: this is what I would recommend. Read more