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Larpb padt sandwich (Fields & Stations)


Pork rinds and herbs escape from my toasted sourdough sandwich, spilling onto the plate. With such a loose and unruly filling this is a meal to linger over, rather than be swallowed down hastily. It’s not a sandwich you can eat with one hand while typing with the other, which is fitting as, typically, lunch is not eaten in Thailand in distracted isolation. When I lived in Chiang Mai lunch was usually hot and eaten slowly with my Thai workmates at a communal table...

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