Thai-style ‘samrab’ or meal that we eat together with steamed rice.
EATING BANGKOK| THAI FOOD AT THE BANGKOK BOLD COOKING STUDIO
The act of cooking and eating has in the past decades been blended together into a mothball of big business where the faces of the eaters and the cooks are set far far apart. Those who cook in the line kitchens would never see the faces of those who eat their food. At the same time, when we go to restaurants, it is so very unlikely that we would see those who prepare the dishes in front of us. Food has been transformed from things so personal and homey to things made and traded like other commodities. And this situation has become so common that we hardly raise any questions about it.
But then, there’s this small place that made me feel like the line had been reconnected all…
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