Every once in a while we go out with other couples, each year those journeys out into the night become rarer and rarer, so I savor each moment and even look for ways to extend the evening. I know some of the others in the group do too.
A few weeks ago, six of us closed down a karaoke bar and sang even after they shut down the microphone and quit calling participants to the stage. OMG, I was having so much fun. It didn’t take long to jump on the chance to extend the evening and go to one of the couple’s homes for a late night snack.
While I’ve always eaten this for lunch or dinner, it made the perfect after hours breakfast. I hope I remember everything that went into this version to duplicate the flavor, but as I said, this dish is versatile.
You can serve it any time of the day or night. If I could just can the sense of fun we had that night, I’d make a fortune selling it to add spice to a meal. From now on, when I make these Thai ribs, it’s going to be a group project. The meal is finished faster, it’s more enjoyable cooking it and everyone gets to take a bit of the credit for the success.