Internationally celebrated Thai cuisine, with its harmonious blend of sweet, sour and sometimes spicy flavors, may finally be going mainstream in the U.S. Despite the longtime availability of Thai food in mom-and-pop eateries and fine-dining restaurants, and, in recent years, the wild popularity of Sriracha, a Thai chile sauce, Thai cuisine has not been widely served or accepted. However, the recent proliferation of Thai-inspired dishes and limited-time offers at chains indicates a shift ...

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