Article by Victoria Stewart; photo by Richard Poole
In Trang Province in southern Thailand, rainstorms don’t prevent you from cooking. When there are noodles to be eaten, finding yourself knee-deep in water is no reason to stop.
Having just turned off one of the many jolty countryside roads that span the Province, I find myself at Life Arts Center, an education facility where local school kids come to learn about the region’s lost culinary rituals. Only today, the sky is crying its eyes out and the place is bare—more sodden shack than suave demonstration space.
Read the full article, originally published in Munchies in January 2017, here.