PULLMAN – During the week of April 14-18, WSU Dining Services will offer patrons a journey of culinary adventure featuring “A Taste of Thailand” at each of their three primary dining facilities.
Cultural information about Thailand will also circulate in the dining facilities throughout the week. Look for information about government, economy, language, cuisine and culture.
A Taste of Thailand is the last installment in Dining Services’ Passport To A Culinary Adventure. Dining Services invites students, faculty, staff and members of the Pullman community to submit suggestions for recipes and themes as we begin preparing for our Adventure during the 2008-2009 academic year.
Throughout the April 14-18 week, the following menu items will be available:
Tuesday – Gang Gai & Rad Nah (Chicken Curry & Noodles in Gravy)
Wednesday – Kow Mun Gai (Chicken on Rice with Hot Yellow Bean Sauce)
Tuesday – Hot and Sour Soup with Shrimp and Mango with Sticky Rice
Wednesday – Beef Panang, Thai Red Cargo Rice, and Thai Vegetables in Coconut Sauce
Thursday – Garlic & Pepper Chicken and Boy Choy in Thai Garlic Sauce
Tuesday – Hot and Sour Prawn Soup
Wednesday – Seafood Salad
Thursday – Fish Cakes with Cucumber Relish
Friday – Grilled Mushrooms with Garlic and Chile Sauce