Alibi Bucks

 May 19 - 25, 2005 


Yum Thai Duck Bowl

By Scott Sharot

I crave Tom Yum Goong, which is a delicious spicy, tart shrimp soup that's offered at most Thai restaurants. It seems complicated to make and has a lot going on, but it's really quite easy. Here's a quick and tasty version of the soup that uses duck instead of shrimp. When I'm really in a hurry I make the broth from Oriental-flavor Ramen packets (they're not bad in a pinch). I either buy Peking duck already cooked from the Oriental market, or I use frozen confit (duck legs) left over from my twice-yearly cassoulet extravaganzas. You can also use chicken, scallops or shrimp, or just vegetables instead of duck—it's all good.

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Krung Thai
Evan Moore

Restaurant Review

Krung Thai

It's all here

By Scott Sharot

We are fortunate to have a very nice selection of good quality Thai restaurants to choose from in Albuquerque. For several months, I kept hearing about this new one, so when a friend who lived in Thailand for several years said that Krung Thai was his favorite, I went there. I'm happy to report that now I also have a new favorite Thai restaurant.

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EVENT HORIZON (Thursday, Nov 26)

For the Men


By Taylor Grabowsky
Eat turkey legs, ham, baby back ribs and more while watching football on 11 massive TVs.
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EVENT HORIZON (Friday, Nov 27)

House Hunters: Gingerbread Edition

7th Annual Pueblo Gingerbread House Contest

By Cerridwen Stucky
Children and adults are invited to enter a gingerbread house inspired by a Pueblo village, house, community, church or historic building. Entries accepted Nov. 27-Dec. 7.
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