Basic Pad Thai is seen in this 2009 file photo. With ingredients like firm, pressed tofu, fish sauce and tamarind concentrate, Pad Thai is more like what you may find on the streets of Thailand than in a U.S. restaurant.
Basic Pad Thai is seen in this 2009 file photo. With ingredients like firm, pressed tofu, fish sauce and tamarind concentrate, Pad Thai is more like what you may find on the streets of Thailand than in a U.S. restaurant. Larry Crowe Associated Press
Basic Pad Thai is seen in this 2009 file photo. With ingredients like firm, pressed tofu, fish sauce and tamarind concentrate, Pad Thai is more like what you may find on the streets of Thailand than in a U.S. restaurant. Larry Crowe Associated Press

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