These Thai love phrases are perfect if you're communicating with a Thai woman/man over the internet, on the phone or in person in Thailand.
These 15 commonly used phrases will come in handy for complimenting your partner and talking in a romantic way.
Once you have read through the phrases below, move along to the video at the bottom of the page.
Pay attention to the Thai words that have been translated into English, as these will help you learn the word faster.
This was the most complimented and asked about of all the food there. I never thought I’d get them to eat kale even though we are a vegan/vegetarian family. It’s very simple to make but has so much flavor and depth. The soup recipe says it yields 5-6 cup servings, yet when I add up the ingredients I can easily get about 8 cup servings. I’ve made this twice now and yesterday, I substituted anise for celery and used green lentils instead of red split pea. I kind of put my own spin on things…I doubled the garlic, tomatoes, and kale.
Khun yim suuway khrup/kaคุณยิ้มสวย – ครับ/ค่ะ(“Yim” goes upwards in tone, “suuway” goes downwards in tone).
A combination of wanting to eliminate dairy to clear up my skin and reading your blog has helped convince me to take that extra step. It was a little depressing but this soup sure perked me up! This is definitely next on my list of kale recipes to try.
Also — love all the snack/granola bar recipes on this site. It’s warm and cozy and definitely suited for the cold winter days ahead. I’m sure someone has asked this in the first page of comments, but I’m wondering your thoughts on this and the slow cooker. Bulked it up a bit with more vegetables and lentils, just to stretch it farther, but it was a great recipe that I’d definitely make again. I’ve never liked lentil soup before, and now I realize it was because the recipes I tried before were too bland. I’ve just gotten back into blogging, so bear with me..
Reply Made this for my daughter who is crazy about your site. She doesn’t like spicy so I left off the chili and cayenne, only had reg. We loved the heartiness of the soup and the added “chew” the kale provided. the spicy/cool combo with the added avo was fantastic! I often make up recipes as I go and therefore cannot really replicate them. I made this today and my husband and two sons cleaned their bowls and got seconds before I even mentioned it was vegan! I JUST took it off the stove 4 mins ago, and have already burnt my tongue TWICE. Reply I made this for dinner last night and everyone loved it! Since I found your recipe/blog about a month ago I’ve made this soup like 4 times – not kidding.
Perfect amount of spice and super easy to throw together. I also added some red potatoes, and served it up with some homemade crusty bread. a sprinkle of cilantro probably would be great as well. When my husband tried this soup he said “Will you be able to make this again, exactly like this?? The best compliment was from my 6 year old, a confirmed soup hater, who said it was the most delicious food he ever tasted. I had to do some subs as for some reason there seems to be a lentil crisis in my ‘hood. My boyfriend said it’s in his top 5 favorite soups now. Reply I scrolled through your recipes and found this! I bring it work for lunch every day – it never gets old! I made it last night for dinner and will be making it many more times – it’s just perfect.