A sweet and sour cucumber salad is a traditional accompaniment to satays, the grilled, skewered snacks served in Thailand. Depending on who you talk to, it may be spiked with hot pepper, but it’s not necessary.
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Ann Heller became the first restaurant critic for The Journal Herald in 1975 and added writing food stories for that paper in 1977. The Journal was merged with the Dayton Daily News, where she remained restaurant critic and food editor until 2006. During that time, she tested and shared hundreds upon hundreds of recipes with our readers. Now we want to share them with a new generation every week on our subscriber website, MyDaytonDailyNews.com.