Below are some of our favourite Thai food resources. The list is by no means comprehensive, we'll keep adding to it with time.
Wikipedia list of Thai dishes - a useful, but far from exhaustive, list of Thai dishes.
Thai ingredient glossary - a glossary of food terms, accompanied by both the Thai script and the romanised Thai.
Thaifoodmaster - hands-down the best Thai food website we know of. Its author, Hanuman, runs a cooking school near to Chiang Mai. The website is a treasure trove of sophisticated recipes and in-depth Thai food history.
Lanna food by CMU - compiled by Chiang Mai University, this an excellent resource of Northern Thai (Lanna) recipes.
Mark Wiens - hugely popular channel from Thai food enthusiast Mark Wiens. Loads of good content, assuming you can put up with his relentless gurning!
David Thompson - youtube cooking recipes with chef David Thompson.
Utopic food - Koh Libong - series of short films on food and life in a fishing village on Koh Libong, Southern Thailand.
Farang- Munchies documentary profiling Andy Ricker and his experience of running Thai restaurants and cooking Northern Thai food in the US.
Chef Bo's Chef's Table - Chef's Table profile of chef Bo Songvisava, of Bolan restaurant.
Baan Thung Restaurant - Thai PBS's local food show.
P. Satung - more from Khun Satung - host of the above PBS food show.
Hanuman (Thaifoodmaster) - see Thaifoodmaster above
FFS - Fantastic Food Search - a collaboration between Austin Bush (see below) and Christopher Wise. FFS is creating an ever expanding record of where to find good food across Thailand.
Austin Bush - photographer, food writer and author (see Northern Thai food below).
Andy Ricker - founder of Pok Pok restaurants (see Farang video above).
Prin Polsuk - Protege of David Thompson and founder of the wonderful Samrub for Thai chef's table in Bangkok.
Chef Korn - talented young chef, wing-man of Hanuman and collector of old Thai cookbooks.
Chef Num - Thai food pioneer and one of Thailand's most exciting chefs, owner of Sumuay & Son's restaurant in Isaan.
Ann Sasithon Kamrit - slow food campaigner and Thai food expert.
Luke Farrell - chef, Thai food lover and guardian of tropical greenhouses.
Thai food - David Thompson (also see David's two other books Thai Street Food, and Classic Thai Cuisine) - in our view there's no other book like it. It's a history lesson, a cultural textbook and an expansive cookbook all in one.
Pok Pok - Andy Ricker (also see Noodles, and The Drinking Food of Northern Thailand). A brilliant book, which manages to make lesser known (mostly Northern) Thai recipes accessible to the home cook.
It Rains Fishes - Kasma Loha-Unchit - a great overview of classic Thai dishes, with recipes that really work.
Night + Market - Kris Yenbamroong - fun, delicious Thai dishes from an LA institution.